The turbocharged 930 was produced from early 1975 was Porsche’s flagship 911 and arguably the most capable supercar of its time. Performance-wise, the 930 was on a par with anything Ferrari and Lamborghini had to offer. Unlike its Italian rivals though, the turbocharged 911 was practical enough for everyday use and offered bulletproof reliability. It became an instant hit and buyers couldn’t get enough.
The example offered here is one of of only 183 examples produced for the U.S. market during the model year. It is finished in Guards Red over a black leather interior and features a black power-retractable soft top along with 930-specific styling upgrades such as bulging front and rear fenders, a front chin spoiler, and a ‘Tea Tray’ rear spoiler that accommodates the intercooler.
The cabin features a black leather interior and was also configured with 8-way heated power seats, power windows and door locks, air-conditioning, and cruise control.
The turbocharged and intercooled 3.3-liter flat-six engine was factory-rated at 282 horsepower and 289 lb.-ft of torque which is then sent to rear wheels are driven by way of a 4-speed manual transmission paired with an optional limited-slip differential.
This is a well-documented and meticulously maintained 1987 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet with only 45,706 miles to show for on its odometer and is currently being offered on PCarMarket. It is one of the most desirable air-cooled 911 models from the final production year of the coveted “G Series” that you can’t afford to miss!