A-Game: ’79 Porsche 930 Turbo
Few people will dispute the future potential value of a good, solid Porsche 930 Turbo. Regardless of that, you can have an awful lot of fun while you wait for your investment to double. The 930 is a true super car, not exactly like today’s 800hp monsters, but a civilized super car you can drive everyday. No worries should you get caught up in rush hour traffic either. It is as docile as a regular 911 until you decide to unleash the Kraken. Then you need to bring your A-game because this 930 demands your attention. Finding a really nice low mileage 930 isn’t exactly like trying to find a Stratus Gray BMW Z8 (they made like 35 of them). But when you do come across one, you better have your checkbook ready. Today’s find is an extraordinary 30,000 mile example in a beautiful Copper Brown Metallic. It is a ’79 and that was to be the year that would be the end of the Turbo. Everyone and their brother were lining up at the local Porsche dealer laying down a bundle to get on the list. Of course, in ’79 it ended only to come back again in the ’80s. What else can one say about a 30,000 mile 930? It had a recent service so it will be easy to confirm the condition with the shop that performed it. All of the 930s were 4-speed manuals so don’t be put off by that when you see the listing. The only minor negative (very minor) is the newer radio. This is an auction and it one we will watch closely. Click here for the listing.