Selling A 1977 Porsche 930
The 1977 Porsche 930 is an important model to collectors and enthusiasts, as it represents the last Porsche 930 model-year to feature the original 3.0L turbocharged engine. Also known as the Porsche 911 Turbo, the Porsche 930 would undergo significant changes in the 1978 model-year, including the addition of an air intercooler and an increase to a 3.3L engine. The original Porsche 930 was first launched at the Frankfurt Auto Show of 1973, with a production version being released at the 1975 Paris Auto Show. The Porsche 930 has an interesting history. The original plan was to design and build just 400 examples over a period of 24 month, which would help Porsche meet homologation requirements for racing. During that time, homologation requirements would change and the car would no longer be needed; yet thanks to exceptional interest, the car would continue production. The goal shifted to taking on the Ferrari and Lamborghini models of the ear. Using their expert knowledge and racing pedigree, the manufacturer would take turbo-technology and pair it with the Carrera RS engine, creating a 256hp icon of epic proportions. In fact, the Porsche 911 would see steady production in various forms for the next five decades. If you’re the proud owner of a 1977 Porsche 930 and are thinking about selling your classic, the Alex Manos team would be delighted to speak with you regarding your classic Porsche.
1977 Porsche 930 Seller’s Guide
The 1977 Porsche 930 would be part of just 2,873 classic Porsche 930 models produced prior to the changes of 1978. As such, there is quite an interest in these early models. Perhaps the biggest concern that educated buyers will have regarding your classic is whether or not it is authentic and, if so, how original it is. While there are buyers looking for Porsche 930 models of all conditions, many collectors and enthusiasts prefer an early version that has been unmolested with aftermarket changes and additions. Similarly, they look for examples that have limited to no rust and that feature additional factory options, when available. As a seller, be sure to list out any additional options that your classic Porsche 930 may have come with from the factory, and back this up with any documentation you may have regarding the car’s history of maintenance, restoration and ownership. These are just a few of the Seller’s Tips that the Alex Manos team recommends to sellers of a 1977 Porsche 930.
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