Also called the “slantnose” or “flatnose,” this Porsche 930 was the result of customers demanding a street legal version of Porsche’s 935 race car (slides 5 & 6). 948 units were produced in total with 160 units imported into the U.S. The front end was handcrafted to imitate the look of the 935 race car and the bug eye headlights of the normal 930 were replaced with pop-up units.
Complete with BBS wheels and the special Brilliant Red paintwork, the 930 had a turbocharged 3.3 L flat-six capable of 330 hp. The aerodynamics of the revised front end allowed the 930 to sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 4.85 seconds and reach a top speed of 173 mph.
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Big brother @paddington_otlw 930 on @pcarmarket currently at $182k!! Good luck there will be a very happy buyer tomorrow!
For those unlucky buyers, make me an offer for little brother!😂
And again, I was a million percent delighted I came along!
There were hundreds of Porsche’s from nearly all ages & quite a few awesome cars on track, despite the not so nice weather.
Everything from 924’s to new 992’s & even a really nice 991.2 GT3 RS with the Weissach pack.
Again, no 928’s & really special cars & not a single 356 came this year which was sad.
Plenty of highlights from this 911 SC rally racer, to a few 964’s (I said that they reminded me just how beautiful a certain someone is & that she’s quite fancy one...), a really lovely 80’s 930 Turbo, gulf wrapped 991 Turbo, a friend of mines 991.1 GT3 RS & then, the parade of loads & loads of Porsche’s!
I even got to catch up with a few friends of mine too!