This 1977 Porsche 930 Turbo Carrera is finished in Carrera Silver over a Lobster Tartan interior. This particular car is a very desirable ''Non sunroof'' car with its original ''Turbo'' graphics and interior components. An ultra low mileage example, this 930 has only seen 14,000 miles since new. The iconic Fuchs wheels are in their original finish with black centers and semi-polished lips. The Tartan interior, Turbo graphics, and sunroof delete are all original options on the COA. This car is 1 of 1. Per the 3.0 Litre Registry of Porsche 930s, there is only one car in this designation.
1977 was the last year of the original 3.0L series 930s. Considered one of the most raw and analog driving experiences available, the 3.0L 930 was the first 911 to wear the iconic ''Turbo'' badge. It was the result of Porsche pulling from their racing technology and putting a turbo in the 911. It also received the iconic whale tail spoiler, that helped create much needed traction.
For the 1977 Model year, the 930 received several improvements. Most notably the K-Jetronic fuel system refined, reinforced gearbox, thicker brakes, and upgraded transmission to match the larger 16'' wheel size. Overall the more popular driving experience one can have in a 3.0 930. The 3.0L 930 Turbo Carrera was made for a 2-3 year production stint, making it much rarer than it's 3.3L successor with a production run of 10 years.
This is car is an immaculate example of an early Porsche 930.