This 1988 Porsche 911 Turbo is a factory M505 slant nose example that was originally collected via Tourist Delivery in Stuttgart, Germany. Acquired by the seller in 2009, the car is finished in Grand Prix White over black leather and powered by a turbocharged 3.3-liter flat-six mated to a four-speed manual transaxle. Equipment includes a limited-slip differential, sunroof, rear spoiler, 16″ Fuchs wheels, side strakes, and an aftermarket Blaupunkt CD player and speakers. The oil was recently changed. This slant nose Turbo shows 48k miles and is now offered with service records, manufacturer’s literature, a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, a clean Carfax report, and a clean Texas title in the seller’s name.
The car is finished in Grand Prix White (P5) and is equipped with factory flachbau bodywork (M505), a package that included pop-up headlights, vented front fenders, side strakes, and extended side sills. Additional equipment includes a sliding steel sunroof, integrated fog lights, a rear window wiper, twin exhaust tips, and a tea-tray rear spoiler. A flaw in the finish on the left-front fender is detailed in the gallery below.
Fuchs 16″ alloy wheels with white centers wear Fuzion ZRi tires, which the seller notes should be replaced due to age. The four-wheel disc brakes feature Porsche-branded calipers all around.
The cabin features black leather sport seats with power height adjustments, as well as automatic climate control, power windows, a factory alarm system, a Bluetooth-equipped Blaupunkt CD player, and Blaupunkt door speakers. The removed Blaupunkt cassette stereo is included in the sale, and the seller notes that the air-conditioning system leaks refrigerant.
The leather-wrapped steering wheel frames a central tachometer, a 170-mph speedometer, a clock, and ancillary gauges. The six-digit odometer shows 48k miles, approximately 22k of which were added during current ownership.
The turbocharged 3.3-liter M930 flat-six was rated at 282 horsepower. The oil was recently changed, and the seller notes that the engine seeps some oil if it has not run in a few weeks.
Power is sent to the rear wheels through a four-speed manual transaxle and a limited-slip differential. Additional photos of the underside are provided in the gallery below.
The Certificate of Authenticity was signed by Hans-Peter Porsche and lists factory colors, production information, and serial numbers. Manufacturer’s literature, service records, a factory tool roll, the removed Blaupunkt radio, and spare parts are also included in the sale.
The Carfax report shows no accidents or other damage and lists history in Illinois, Maryland, Wisconsin, and Texas from the first entry in 1992.
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