- Chassis: WP0ZZZ93ZKS000195
- German-Market Example
- 50k Kilometers (~31k Miles) Shown
- Turbocharged 3.3-Liter Flat-Six
- G50 Five-Speed Manual Transaxle
- Limited-Slip Differential
- Slate Gray Metallic
- Gray Full Leather
- 16" Fuchs Wheels
- 930S-Style Front Bumper
- Boxed Lower Side Skirts
- Fog Lights
- Power-Operated Sunroof
- Heated Front Sport Seats
- Shortened Shift Lever
- Air Conditioning
- Blaupunkt Stereo
- Porsche Certificate of Authenticity
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This 1989 Porsche 911 Turbo is a German-market coupe that was reportedly delivered new to Japan and remained in the country before it was acquired by the selling dealer and imported to the US in 2022. The car is finished in Slate Gray Metallic over a gray leather interior and is powered by a turbocharged 3.3-liter flat-six mated to a five-speed manual transaxle and a limited-slip differential. Equipment includes a 930S-style front bumper, boxed lower side skirts, 16″ Fuchs wheels, fog lights, a power-operated sunroof, heated front sport seats, a shortened shift lever, air conditioning, and a Blaupunkt stereo. Service in May 2022 consisted of replacing the spark plugs, fuel filter, and air filter, along with performing a brake fluid flush and oil change. This 911 Turbo shows 50k kilometers (~31k miles) and is now offered by the selling dealer in California with service records, a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, a clean Carfax report, and a clean Montana title.
The car was finished from the factory in Slate Gray Metallic (Q9) and was repainted during previous ownership. Exterior details include a 930S-style front bumper, boxed lower side skirts, an electric sunroof, fog lights, a tea tray rear spoiler, a rear window wiper, black stone guards ahead of the rear wheels, and dual exhaust outlets. Photos of the paintwork, trim, and glass are shown up close in the gallery below.
Staggered-width 16″ Fuchs wheels feature black centers and anodized lips and are mounted with 205/55 front and 245/45 rear Bridgestone S-02 tires. Bilstein shocks are fitted, and braking is handled by cross-drilled rotors and Porsche-branded calipers at all four corners. A brake fluid flush was performed in May 2022.
The cockpit features gray leather (YS) on the seating surfaces, dashboard, door panels, and center console. Equipment includes heated front sport seats with electronic height adjustment as well as power windows and locks, a shortened shift lever, floor mats, air conditioning, drilled pedal covers, and a Blaupunkt stereo.
A four-spoke steering wheel frames VDO instrumentation that includes a central 7k-rpm tachometer with an inset boost-pressure gauge, a 300-km/h speedometer, auxiliary combination gauges, and an analog clock. The six-digit odometer shows 50k kilometers (~31k miles).
The turbocharged 3.3-liter flat-six sends power to the rear wheels through a G50 five-speed manual transaxle and an optional limited-slip differential. In May 2022, James Millar replaced the spark plugs, fuel filter, and air filter, along with performing an oil change. A compression test was also carried out, and the muffler was recently replaced.
Additional photos of the underside are provided in the gallery.
The Porsche Certificate of Authenticity shows factory colors, optional equipment, and a production completion date of October 1988.
The Carfax report shows a single entry in May 2022 with registration in Montana.