We are pleased to present this 1986 Porsche 930 Turbo finished in Silver Metallic over a black leather interior with factory Sport Seats. Among the most iconic sports cars of the era, this 1986 Turbo comes accompanied by its original stamped maintenance book as well as a vast collection of records and documentation. An upgraded intercooler, air intake, exhaust, and wastegate have been installed and a major engine-out service has been recently completed at a cost of over $27k including a transmission rebuild, engine reseal, a new clutch, new fuel lines, and an overhaul of the fuel injection and air conditioning systems. This well-sorted 930 Turbo is now being offered for auction by its seller out of Maine.
This 930 is presented in its factory-specified color of Silver Metallic (L936). Exterior features include wide fenders, front and rear spoilers, an electric sliding sunroof, integrated front fog lights, and staggered-width 16” Fuchs alloy wheels which come dressed in BF Goodrich tires. Additional images are provided in the photo gallery along with a clean CARFAX report.
Inside, the cabin features factory optional Sport Seats trimmed in black leather with electric height adjustment. A Porsche Classic radio with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility has been installed along with upgraded speakers in the doors and rear shelf. The seller adds that there was no cutting involved during the installation of the speakers. The cabin is described to be well preserved with a very light patina and some shrinkage on the dashboard upholstery. The speedometer/odometer is said to have been replaced in 1993, and there is a corresponding note in the original maintenance book documenting the replacement at 25,354 miles which is corroborated by the CARFAX report. The total mileage on the car is reported to be approximately 49k miles and an image of the original odometer is provided in the gallery. All gauges and accessories are said to remain fully functional and the seller adds that the original audio components will be included with the sale.
The air-cooled 3.3L flat-six turbocharged engine sends as much as 282 HP stock to the rear wheels through a 4-speed manual transmission. Period performance upgrades include a Kokeln intercooler and air intake as well as a full Autohaus exhaust system. An upgraded TiAL 1-bar wastegate has also been installed for increased boost pressure. The original maintenance booklet shows service stamps from 1986 to 1996, and additional service records are said to cover 1996 to 2018. A comprehensive engine-out service was carried out in March of 2021 at a cost of over $27k, a corresponding invoice is provided for reference in the photo gallery.
This sale will be accompanied by the original stamped maintenance book, all original parts including the factory speedometer, a genuine Porsche Classic tool roll, and a clean title. A removable magnetic Martini Racing livery is also said to be included.