Today we have a beautiful survivor 930 turbo to feature. It is Guards Red with Black leather interior with only 65,000 original miles and a manual transmission.
This Porsche 930 was sold by Roger Jobs Porsche in Bellingham, WA on April 3rd in 1986 and has remained in Washington ever since. Very well documented turbo with 3 previous owners.
The Guards Red exterior paint looks fantastic and shows consistently through-out the vehicle. Seller says that the paint is all original with the exception of the flag mirror tops. A recent document with paint depth readings will be provided to the new owner. There aren’t any major scratches, dents, or dings present.
The Black leather interior looks great and has been very well taken care of. There aren’t any imperfections on the dash and the front seats show very minimal wear. Meticulous garaging and care provided by its previous owners have kept the vehicle in tip-top shape.
Documented motor and transmission rebuild was done at 60,000 miles by a well known aircooled specialist in Seattle, WA in 2012. Replaced items in this service included shocks, ignition module, ignition coil, vacuum lines, battery, fuel pump, fuel filter, airbag, ignition rotor, distributor cap, air filter, air pump filter, cv boots, oil pressure sender, shift linkage coupler, windshield washer pump, heater cable, windshield seal, L and R window seals, lens seals, headlight gaskets, and door seals.
This survivor 930 turbo has a clean title and comes with a handful of dealer receipts and documented Porsche maintenance books dating back to when it was purchased brand new. New owner will also receive the Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, toolkit, compressor, jack, and spare tire.
At the time of this post the ad has been live for 5 days and the current asking price is $92,500.
Interested In This Survivor 1986 Porsche 930 Turbo?
Interested parties can find the full description, gallery, and contact information via the original ad on Seattle, WA Craigslist.