Available for auction is this 1984 Porsche 930 Turbo slant-nose conversion finished in Guards Red. Ordered new by North Houston Porsche in 1984, the steel nose conversion was done prior to 1998 and gives the car an unmistakable look. It features a 3.3L air-cooled flat-six engine with an upgraded K27 turbocharger and Kokeln intercooler that sends power through a 4-speed manual transmission. Having been in a private collection for the past 33 years, this 930 is now being offered for auction by its seller out of Texas showing approximately 40k miles on the odometer.
This Turbo sports a steel Slant Nose body conversion, which includes modified front and rear fenders along with boxed rockers. It was repainted in 2007 in the original factory color of Guards Red and rides on factory 16” Fuchs wheels. The wheels were recently refinished in black with accenting red lips and are dressed in new Nitto tires. Additionally, the side and rear windows are currently tinted. Detailed images are provided in the gallery along with a clean CARFAX report.
The interior is upholstered in Black and Beige leather, and its only modification is an aftermarket Kenwood KDC-115S stereo (the original stereo is included in the sale). Factory options include a heated windshield, sunroof, and A/C. The seller notes the wipers work intermittently but otherwise notes all gauges, electronics, and accessories work properly. Additionally, a slight draw on the battery is noted, which may be from the aftermarket stereo. The original stereo is included in the sale.
This 930 is equipped with a 3.3L turbocharged air-cooled flat-six engine that sends power to the rear wheels via a 4-speed manual transmission. The 930 Turbo produced approximately 300 HP from the factory and was capable of 0-60 MPH in under 5 seconds. This example features an upgraded K27 turbocharger and Kokeln intercooler, which help increase engine performance (the original intercooler is included in the sale). The seller notes a fluid service was recently completed and that they have service records dating back to 2016.
This sale will include a clean title, owner’s manual (shows import date, option sticker, and is stamped), toolkit, spare tire, some documentation, and two sets of keys.
Appreciate all the bids, getting much closer to going to a new home.
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Original Intercooler and radio comes with the car.
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A ‘base 930’ also has a turbo engine in it fcort7.
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Factory turbo here
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Hello all, I just wanted everyone to be aware that this is Not a base 930 That has a 930 Turbo Engine in it. This is a Factory 930 Turbo with a steel slant nose conversion that was done right and has extremely low miles. Worth So much more than current bid and will come with a fresh annual service if reserve is met.
Bid in the amount of $47,000
@fcort7 Any chance we can get a quick driving video going through all the gears as well?
Apologies for the last minute request, just saw the auction today and look through all the videos and didn't see any driving in there.
@fcort7 Appreciate the prompt response. Kind of hard to zoom in and see what work was done in 2018. Would you be able to summarize?
Any smoke or oil leaks?
Car fax shows nearly 40k miles in 1997. So the car sat for 25 years?
Last day and a pretty special car. Good luck to all.
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Hello all - This is a very clean 930 Turbo with a steel and correct slant nose conversion. Let me know if anyone has further questions.
Unfortunately the weather in Dallas has been awful or I would send more photos. It is a pretty complete car and presents as a very nice car.
Also, pictures 18 & 19 show a blemishes on the rear deck lid below the tail. Can you describe those?
How does the AC work?
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Where can I come see the car?
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@fcort7 thank you. A picture of them up would be helpful.
Are the pop up headlights working properly? Any pictures of them up?
@PMolin great questions
Wheels were done last week. Photos taken last Monday. Before wheels.
Rear window tint was peeling. That has been removed.
I will send photos tomorrow if windows up
Paint is very nice. May have a few Rick chips but not noticeable.
Paint is shinny as well. No dull spots.
Great looking car!
On picture 32, it looks like the tinted windows are peeling. Can you comment please.
And do you have pictures of the car with the windows up?
Also, you mentioned that the wheels have been refinished recently. Should I understand that the photos were taken before?
Are there any paint imperfections worthy of mention?
Thank you for your answers and good luck with the auction.
Hello all. This is a real 84 turbo with a steel slantnose conversion. 40,000 original miles.
More pictures and video are coming today.
Super clean car
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@eracer46 hello the owner does not know
If the exhaust is original or not.
It was there in 1988 when he bought the car.
Sorry I don’t have more details.
As far as other modifications.
The turbo, the intercooler and the radio which the factory radio and factory intercooler will be included.
Hi. 82turboruf asked a good question regarding when and who replaced the factory exhaust. Please share those details. If prior to the current ownership, were any other significant modifications performed? Thanks.
@82turboruf hello our client made 2 modifications to the car. 1 is the turbo and the other is the intercooler. .the original will be included with the sale.
I have more photos coming Monday.
@DrZZZ hello our client purchased the car from the original owner in 1988. The conversion was done.
He was told the slant nose was done by Porsche North Houston but has no record of it. He has owned this car for 34 years. There is no Porsche certificate either but we have the original owners manual which shows the import date and option sticker.
It has been in climate storage since he has owned it.
We just refinished the wheels and I’ll be posting photos shortly.
I was wondering who performed the flachbau conversion, and if you have the documentation? Or it is just known to have been completed between 1984 and 1998?
You also mentioned Porsche North Houston - has their Classic division assessed or worked on the car? If not, does the vehicle/owner have a Porsche classic technical certificate?
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Nice turbo. Who made the 4-pipe exhaust? Is that factory? Also how much boost and does it have a variable knob or 1 bar wastegate spring?
Inspections welcome. We are in the North Dallas area
Hello everyone. This car just came out of a 33 year ownership from a very good client of ours.
Super clean car, let me know if you have any questions