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 Photos Year Model  Mileage Description No.
1978 930 Turbo  53,000 Mocha Black / Cork Leather Sport Seat Interior
This carefully-driven, two-owner, Northern California car is in beautiful condition. The elegant color combination is enhanced with subtle upgrages, including a period Weltmeister suspension, Marshall driving lights, and coco floor mats (originals included). Porsche made significant upgrades to the 930 in '78 by enlarging the engine to 3.3 liters and adding an air-to-air intercooler that increased power output and torque characteristics. Driving enthusiasts will appreciate the raw character of the early, lightweight, 930's from '78-79. Porsche produced only 451 930 turbos for the USA in the first year of intercooled production. Vehicle ordered with options: Paint T5 Mocha Black, C03 California equipment, 220 Limited slip, 266 passenger side mirror, 409 Sport seats, 650 sunroof, and No radio.
1979 930 Turbo  33,200 Light Blue Metallic w/ Black Sport Seat Leather Interior
Rare and desirable Color 30T. Near mint original from California and sold by us in 2004. Recently traded back in. Still in excellent condition as it was only used as a country driven summer car.
1979 930S
by Alan Johnson Racing
 34,000 Ferrari Fly Yellow / Cork Leather Sport Seat Interior
Original window sticker confirms that this is a paint-to-sample, Ferrari Fly Yellow 930 turbo. In 1984, with 27,000 miles, this car was built to slantnose specifications by Alan Johnson Racing. The AJ build included all-steel panels, ducted front brakes (air inlets behind the fog lights), fully-adjustable Weltmeister suspension, Andial intercooler, cams, head porting, euro exhaust, B&B muffler, Sachs racing clutch, 8:41 transmission (freshly rebuilt), and an 80/20 split LSD. This mild-build race engine produces ~350 hp at .85 bar of boost, making it suitable for both street and light-track use. New RSR shocks all around. Previously owned by one of the world's largest car collectors.
1979 934.5 Race Car - Yellow 934.5 Race Car
This car was last-raced in the mid 90's. The chasis was never damaged. Zero hours on freshly rebuilt 3.4L twin turbo engine with Carrillo rods, JE pistons, twin plug heads, and high-revving titanium gear. Jarvis engineered 993 twin turbo intake system with adjustable waste gate, fuel and electromotive ignition (Over $30K in reciepts from Jarvis alone). Dyno run after rebuild resulted in 460HP @11psi. It will make over 550 hp at a safe 15PSI after break in miles. Freshly restored undercairrage and refurbished racing suspension. Great car for vintage or PCA racing.
1984 Kremer 935
Street K2
 9,750 Guards Red / Grey Beige Sport Seat Interior
This Porsche 935 was custom-built for Mario Andretti by Kremer Racing, the renowned German tuning company that won the 1979 24 Hours of Le Mans with their own 935. It comes with documentation stating that this is the finest 935 Street K2 built by Kremer Racing. For more info, see the Original Build Sheet from Kremer GMBH, signed by Manfred Kremer.
1989 930 Turbo
 145,000 Guards Red / Cashmere Leather Sport Seat Interior
1 of 28 factory slantnose convertibles built for US customers. Only 47 others worldwide. All original paint and maintained to the nines. Motor was rebuilt @98K by Eurosport racing in Chicago with upgraded and enlarged internals, including 3.4 cylinders, Carrillo billet rods, race cams, and head and fuel system work. Now develops 472 crank HP. Still on CIS injection. Rebuilt 5 speed, new clutch etc.
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