1987 Porsche 911 Turbo (930) Excellent original Black exterior, all original sheet metal with all vin numbers on each panel, No dents, dings or paint blems, a very straight original car. Upgraded European headlights as well as tail lights. New tires, all exterior rubber trim is nice and not dried out always stored inside. Original Black leather in god condition, dash perfect, optional sport seats w power,, raised hub, automatic heating control and cruise control, Ac system has been serviced and working well, this car also has limited slip. 5 Keys, all books, jack, pump and tools are included, all power and electrical items are working correct.
The engine and transmission operate and perform flawlessly. The car feels very nimble and balanced in corners (an absolute blast to drive)! Brakes are exceptional and the stopping power is quite impressive.
A major service was recently done on the car. Work includes:
Pressure cleaned injectors
Balanced flywheel/clutch assembly
Replaced alternator and fan ring (original one was aged and cracking)
Repaired intake manifold leak
A/C system was also overhauled and it now works exceptionally well. Blows very strong and ice cold (unlike the original systems which were marginal).
The entire front end of the car is covered with ClearGuard NANO SR paint protection film. It allows for stress free driving knowing the paint is protected from rock chips and other wear and tear.
All components of the car work perfectly including the windows and electric sunroof.
Ultimately this baby speaks for itself. It is both mechanically and aesthetically in EXCELLENT CONDITION! the clear bra has been removed I do Have records, clean California title in hand
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