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1979-porsche-930
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1979-porsche-930
1979-porsche-930
1979-porsche-930
1979-porsche-930
1979-porsche-930
1979-porsche-930
1979-porsche-930
1979-porsche-930
1979-porsche-930
1979-porsche-930
1979-porsche-930
1979-porsche-930
1979-porsche-930
1979-porsche-930

1979 Porsche 930

$105,000

38,300 miles
Annapolis, Md

(202) 345-0392

3 months ago

This is the 930 you’ve been looking for. I bought it from the original owner in November 2011. It needed some minor interior work and the engine needed some upgrading. I have spent over 60k in parts and labor to get it to this condition (receipts available on request). New turbo (K27/29), exhaust, headers, air intake, wastegate (Tial 46mm), clutch and lightweight flywheel (Patrick Motorsports), inter cooler, lithium battery (4lbs) with the Rennline relocation kit, Elephant racing level I street suspension, Wevo shifter, windshield. I have the original parts for the following (turbo, intercooler, exhaust, rear bumper, air conditioning). The front bumper is an original RUF that was specifically made for the 930. I don’t believe they are available anymore. The wheels are German 18 inch, RH Porsche P-3.6 (P2) on almost new Pirelli Rossos (235/285). All belts, hoses, gaskets, are new. No leaks. Park it for a month in the garage and no oil.

The car is perfect; I attached the dyno for review. It was corner balanced and weighed in at 2671 pounds with no driver. These cars are skyrocketing in value. Yes, there have been some minor engine and body modifications (front spoiler, rear spoiler), but they are reversible if you desire to revert it back to stock. The interior and body are perfect, original sport seats, headliner, no damage or rust. The original owner never drove it in inclement weather and neither have I. This is a no stories car; I have records from day one to include the purchase order when it was purchased new. This car runs perfect, no squeaks, rattles, it is tight as the day it rolled off the showroom floor. I have the original owner’s manual and a box full of paperwork and accessories that came with the car (original key fob, etc, etc).

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