Selling A 1983 Porsche 930
During the 1983 model-year, the Porsche 930 would see a few small changes. Although the classic Porsche 930 still offered all of the exceptional performance and iconic design cues that the public had become accustomed to, it would receive two extra heater blowers to improve interior heat. The exhaust system also improved, with a separate muffler being added for the wastegate. The CIS fuel injection would also see marked improvement with a different warm-up regulator and fuel distributor. Powered by a 3.3L engine, it is estimated that approximately 18,700 examples of the Porsche 930 3.3L would be manufactured prior to the model’s retirement in 1989. All Porsche 930 3.3L examples would offer a four-speed transmission. As a classic 1983 Porsche 930 owner, if you’re thinking about selling your classic, these are some of the historical facts and characteristics that you can explain to potential buyers to help them understand the importance of your particular model in the lifeline of the Porsche 911 Turbo brand.
1983 Porsche 930 Seller’s Guide
The Porsche 930 is considered an excellent addition to any garage, showroom or collection, as it represents the top-of-the-line for the Porsche brand and encompassed some of the best German engineering and design ideas of the 1980s. As such, when it comes time to sell your 1983 Porsche 930, you should have a fair bit of interest in your particular model. There are buyers looking for all types of Porsche 930 examples – from unfinished restoration projects to mint-condition originals. However, many buyers tend to favor unmolested examples that are free of unnecessary aftermarket conversions. With that being said, there are certain conversions needed for these “gray-market” Porsche 930 models that were privately imported into the United States in order to meet emissions standards. Educated buyers will understand this, yet will want to ensure that any conversion that was performed was completed to the highest standards. If you have documentation regarding ownership history, maintenance and repair, or restoration, it can be quite helpful in giving buyers the confidence they need to move forward.
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