The Porsche was delivered to Switzerland and registered there for the first time on May 4th, 1994. In 2007, the first owner sold the Jubi with almost 40,000 kilometers to a German collector who has driven it only around 4,000 km in the past 14 years. Due to its low mileage, the Porsche is in very good optical and technical condition. Apart from a few minor signs of wear, there are no dents and damage. Inside, the Jubi is in mint condition. In addition to the extensive standard equipment, the 911 has the following optional extras: electric sunroof, on-board computer, air conditioning, Blaupunkt radio Paris
The Jubi is very well documented. In addition to the original new car bill, the Swiss exhaust gas maintenance document and the complete board folder with service booklet, key card and radio code card, there are various bills and HU reports. The original “30 Years 911” brochure as well as the color and equipment brochure also come by car.
On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the 911, Porsche gave its customers a special "gift" with the anniversary model "30 Years 911". Only 911 pieces of this particularly richly equipped Carrera 4 were produced in the factory turbo look.
Today the 30 years 911 is almost 30 years old and is one of the most aesthetically successful 911 models. Not least because of this, the Jubi has been a sought-after collector's item for years.