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Porsche - Porsche 930 3.0 Turbo 1975

Porsche 930 3.0 Turbo 1975
verkocht - Sold - Verkauft
Black with black/green 'Tartan' interior
3.0L 6 Cylinder Turbo
260 bhp

Extreme rare Porsche 911 Turbo (930) from 1975 (homologation model)

This Porsche is an important car in the history of the Porsche Turbo's

Porsche wanted to compete in the 2016 FIA Group 5 Championship. To get allowed to this racing class it was necessary to first build 400 cars that were identical to the racing cars. Plus the homologation cars had to be sold through the normal sales channels for everybody to buy.

The first prototype of the Porsche turbo was build in 1974 and equipped with a 2.7l turbo engine. After this prototype, in the period from end 1974 until in 1975, Porsche build another 284 Porsche 911 Turbo's from the "H" series as homologation models for FIA Group 5. These cars have chassis numbers 9305700xxx and the motor type 930.50 with numbers 6750xxx.

After the ‘H’ series Porsche started with the ‘J’ series which had numerous modifications in comparison with the first “75” Turbo. Mid December 1975 the 400th 3.0 Turbo came from the factory and Porsche was allowed to compete in the FIA Championship.

It is believed that only around hundred 1975 Turbo's have survived. In the international register less than 70 cars are registered. The RHD models are even more rare. At this moment only 7 cars are known to exist. The Porsche Turbo at Dream Garage is one of these cars. Another of these RHD cars is owned by a very well known Porsche guru, Mr. Magnus Walker. He purchased the car at the end of 2014 after an intensive search for a 1975 model.

A 1975 Turbo differs on several points from the 1976 and later models. A lot of the parts that make the differences are very hard to come by and are often impossible to find. 

These early Turbo's are super rare and beside of great historic importance, super cool cars to drive and especially own. At this moment only 7 RHD 1975 turbo's are known to exist. Due to this very limited number of survivors these cars are also great automotive investments.

The Porsche 911 G-models were build from 1974 till 1989 and were available in different versions. There was a S, SC, Carrera version and since 1975 the very popular and groundbreaking turbo. The turbo versions were made from 1975 to 1989 and were known as type 930. During the entire production sequence the 930 was the absolute 911 top model and when it was launched it was the fastest production car for sale in Germany.

The Porsche 930 Turbo was in the mid 70's an instant success and a serious fast car in the hands of a skilled driver. For the driver that did not had these skills, the car was actually seriously dangerous to drive. The moment the turbo started to pressure up you had to compensate with steering because the rear wheels were trying to overtake you sideways!

A lot of inexperienced drivers did have the unpleasant surprise of crashing a Porsche Turbo. In the best case, the car would rotate 180 degrees on the road. Unfortunately a lot of Turbo's were crashed hard when drivers lost control. For a inexperienced driver the best thing to do is drive the Turbo with a lot of reserve the first times. In the hands of skilled drivers the Turbo's are serious fast racecars and have shown in the past what they were made of.