1988 Porsche 911 Turbo
In 1975 Porsche introduced the first 911 Turbo, also referred to as the 930 model. The body shape incorporated large flared fenders to accommodate much larger wheels and tires as well as a large rear spoiler often referred to as the “whale tail.” Initial cars had the 3.0-liter motor producing 260 HP through a 4 speed gearbox.
The 930 was a street version of the highly successful racing derivative 934 model. In 1978, Porsche enlarged the size of its engine to 3.3 liters, now producing 300 HP. The larger engine addressed the level of turbo lag which was inherent with the 3.0 version.
Offered is a 1988 911 Turbo in black with black leather interior. Tastefully enhanced with a larger turbo intercooler, adjustable strut brace and turbo boost control, this 911 Turbo is a road hugging rocket ship. With air cooled Porsches continuing to be high on collector's list, this Turbo will check all the boxes for future driving pleasure and return on investment.