Gateway Classic Cars of Atlanta is proud to offer this rare and
extremely clean Porsche 911 Turbo Wide Body Slant Nose conversion
done by Alan Johnson Racing, with Boxed Rockers and Whale Tail.
Wrapped in White paint over Black Leather Recaro seats, this is one
car that cannot be mistaken for any other. There was a time where
automakers stuck to what made them unique and gave them their
reputation. This specific Porsche is exactly that. This 911 with
the upgraded Allen Johnson Turbo has only a little over 33k
Original Miles! The 911 Turbo air-cooled flat-six was basically the
same as the one that tantalized us so much back in 1979. The
turbocharged and inter-cooled power plant still displaces 3.3
liters, and such details as to its bore, stroke, and compression
ratio remained as well. What's the difference you ask? More
horsepower, fatter tires (225/40 ZR18 on the front, 265/35 ZR18 on
the rear), and years of chassis development could only make things
better. This Porsche 911 has a great exhaust note and the torque is
not for the faint-of-heart, all while going through the gears in
the upgraded Allen Johnson transmission. This Porsche is collector
worthy as the recent market has proven such. If you are looking for
a stunning German collector that has left its footprint in the
automotive history, this is the one you want to own. To see 100+ HD
pictures and video of this 1986 Porsche 911 Turbo Wide Body, please
visit GatewayClassicCars.com. For more information or to schedule
an appointment to view this vehicle in person, please call the
Atlanta showroom at (678) 894-4833 or email us directly at
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