Porsche 911 Turbo 1989 – SPRZEDANE

Porsche 911 Turbo jest prawdziwą motoryzacyjną ikoną. Tu w finalnej wersji generacji 930 – z silnikiem 3,3 l, większymi hamulcami i grubszymi stabilizatorami. „Triple black” to jedna z najbardziej pożądanych wersji – łączy czarny lakier, czarną skórzaną tapicerkę i czarną podsufitkę. Z bogatej listy wyposażenia dodatkowego posiada m.in. szyberdach, szperę i elektrycznie regulowane fotele. Jego dwóch właściceli pokonało nim dotąd zaledwie 51 tysięcy kilometrów. Samochód został dodatkowo wyposażony w dedykowany wydech i bardziej wydajny intercooler, lecz oryginalne części są również oferowane w zestawie, podobnie jak dodatkowe felgi z oponami – 17-calowe RUF Speedline. Uzyskana na aukcji cena – imponujące 176 tys. USD.

Link: http://rmauctions.com/sj15/motor-city/lots/1989-porsche-911-turbo-coupe/1075898

25 July 2015

Lot 104
1989 Porsche 911 Turbo Coupe
To be auctioned on Saturday, July 25, 2015

$100,000 – $140,000
Sold for $176.000.

Chassis no. WP0JB0931KS050487
Engine no. 68K00909
Gearbox no. 2K01646

Type 930. 300 bhp, 3,299 cc SOHC horizontally opposed air-cooled six-cylinder engine with a single turbocharger and Bosch electronic fuel injection, G50 five-speed manual transmission, independent front and rear suspension, and ventilated and cross-drilled power disc brakes. Wheelbase: 89.4 in.

Last year of the 930 Turbo; the most sought-after model
Single-family ownership for the past 19 years; 51,300 kilometers from new
Highly desirable “triple black” combination
Only two owners from new

The K-program Type 930 Turbo was the most powerful of Porsche’s 911 series for 1989, equipped with a 3.3-liter engine developing 282 horsepower at 5,500 rpm and 287 foot-pounds of torque at 4,000 rpm. This engine was fitted with DME engine management, a Lambda sensor, and catalytic converters to meet exhaust emission requirements. The transaxle was a modern G50 five-speed manual, the clutch was hydraulically assisted, and there were larger anti-roll bars of 22-millimeter diameter in front and 18 millimeters in the rear. Larger and thicker ventilated and cross-drilled brake rotors were fitted to bring the Turbo down from speed.

Menacing in “triple black” (black paint over black seats and a black headliner), this particular 1989 Turbo left the factory fitted with a long list of very desirable options, including an electric sunroof with wind deflector, limited-slip differential, electrically adjustable driver and passenger sport seats, a Blaupunkt Reno stereo system, and a leather-wrapped sport steering wheel with a raised hub. It was sold new on June 30, 1989, by Heimrath Porsche in Scarborough, Ontario, to Peter Woo, of North York. Mr. Woo enjoyed the car until 1994, by which time it had accrued about 25,000 kilometers. The car’s warranty book indicates that the car was regularly serviced at Heimrath Porsche. The second owner and his family have since added an additional 25,000 kilometers, until the car was stored. The Turbo has been rarely driven in recent years, and its odometer currently reads 51,293 kilometers (about 33,000 miles), which is believed to be accurate.

The Turbo includes many luxury features, including tinted glass; air conditioning; a center console; electric windows, door locking, and security system; a leather interior with model-specific “Turbo” carpeting and floor mats; headlamp washers; and a rear wiper. The outside rear-view mirrors were electrically controlled and heated. The front valance was fitted with a rubber spoiler that continued up to meet the front fender flares and also contained an integrated pair of fog lamps. A large rear spoiler with an upraised rubber edge covered the intercooler. The factory exhaust system was replaced with a stainless Borla twin-outlet exhaust, and a larger aftermarket intercooler and Gemballa tachometer/boost gauge were added as well, though the factory exhaust and intercooler remain with the car. As offered, the original wheels have been re-installed, though a set of aftermarket 17-inch RUF Speedline wheels with tires, 9 inches wide up front and 10 inches in the rear, are included as well. It is recommended that the current tires fitted be replaced prior to any vigorous driving. Finally, the Turbo includes a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, its original owner’s manual and warranty book, the original collapsible spare wheel, and a complete tool kit.

This gleaming black 930 has recently received a professional service and detail, including a fresh oil change, fluid check, new hood and trunk struts, and a new battery. An icon of the turbo-charged era, this Porsche promises many exciting and very fast miles for its next owner.