Spotted for sale in Los Angeles, California is a 1979 Porsche 911/ 930 Ruf Turbo for $125,000. This ad came out only 2 hours (11:00 am PST 2/16/21) ago and I expect it to get a lot of interest very quickly. The owner states that the car was imported to California in 1983 by his uncle and has been family-owned ever since
Spotted in New Hampshire is a set of Porsche 930 Turbo Slant Nose Fenders and Hood for $800 USD. The seller states these were taken off of a 1976 Porsche 911 after a fire. The hood and fenders are made of metal and will need to be sandblasted. They are not bent or twisted in anyway.
Does anyone want a slant nose conversion these days?
Spotted in Oroville, Ca is a 1976 Porsche 930 Turbo for $125,000 USD. This is a low production model with only 37,600 original miles. It is believed to be the 18th turbo produced based on the VIN number 9306800018. It has been garaged kept since the early 1980s. The seller states that the turbo was going out so they parked it. There is no rust on the engine and it fired up this week. The turbo should be able to be rebuilt for $800. It seems the driver side had some paint work but otherwise original paint. The interior has 1 crack on the dash board. There is also a seam on the driver seat that will need to be stitched. This is a cool barn find that is worth investigating further.
What do you think of this car?
Spotted in San Pedro is a 1987 Porsche 911 Turbo Project for $28,000 USD. This is an interesting ad for a 930 turbo coupe with only 44,000 miles on it. The seller is the second owner and he states the title is clean but had an accident 20 years ago. He bouhts all the parts to repair it but never got around to it. He was the Director of Operations of a high end body shop in Los Angeles and they were able to repair the unibody. He tell you up front this is going to be a project involving alot of hard work. This will not be an easy fix.