For Sale By:Private Seller
Number of Cylinders: 6
Trim: 2 Door
Options: Sunroof, Cassette Player, Leather Seats
Drive Type: 4 Speed
Power Options: Air Conditioning, Power Windows, Power Seats
Sub Model: 930
Exterior Color: Guards Red
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Interior Color: Tan
018 Sport steering wheel with elevated hub
139 Seat Heating - Left
158 Radio "Monterey" - 86 "Reno" - 87
220 Locking differential
340 Seat heating - Right
513 Lumbar support - right seat
513 Driver's Seat Lumbar Support
533 Alarm system
586 Lumbar support - left seat
975 Velour carpet in luggage compartment
When I purchased the car I had my Porsche shop take out the engine for some upgrades and replace/repair anything that needed to be(even parts that did not since the engine was out). I had them install Fabspeed Headers(with heat exchangers), BMC Air Intake and convert the A/C to 134. Replaced all the A/C hoses and drier(it blows out cold air!), new clutch. I also installed Rennline pedals and Turbo SS Door sills. The car came with Borla exhaust. Installed full frontal, mirrors, rocker panel paint protection system(car had a system on it but did not cover all the areas I wanted covered). I have all the original parts for the car.
This 930 is in outstanding condition and needs to be seen to be appreciated.
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Auto blogSat, 19 Oct 2013 15:01:00 EST
In a dramatic change of careers, a fiberglass Muffler Man statue on the side of a busy Los Angeles freeway, formerly known as "Golf Guy," traded in his clubs for a Porsche driver's suit a couple days ago. It's no coincidence, as he's standing on land that the German automaker bought from the Dominguez Hills Golf Course a couple years ago to build its west coast Porsche Experience Center - which will be complete with a test track, restoration and maintenance facilities, a cafe and restaurant, a home for Porsche Motorsports North America and more, when it's finished in the fourth quarter of 2014.
The Porsche Muffler Man will serve as the gatekeeper to the 53-acre center and overlook the test track on the side of the 405 freeway. We can't think of a better job for a fiberglass giant that used to watch golf all day than to watch Porsche road cars and racecars getting wrung out on a test track in the middle of LA. Since Muffler Men are quite adaptable, we're sure this one will fit into his new role in no time - just as easily as he can double as Paul Bunyan.
Check out the press release below for more information on the Muffler Man and the experience center, which could be the ultimate adult playground when it's finished.
Here's your tough question of the day: Would you rather drive a new Porsche Cayman GTS or a slightly older, 996-era Porsche 911 GT3? Certainly, both cars have their plusses. The Cayman is the more modern proposition, sure, but the GT3 is, well, a GT3. So yes, it's a tough decision.
If you're one of the lucky souls that have to make that choice, then this video from Evo should prove pretty helpful. It's a track battle, starring Jethro Bovingdon with a new GTS and an old GT3.
Calling the GTS "fantastically agile" and "fast, but it's also hilariously good fun," Bovingdon bangs home a solid lap time of 1:05.2 before switching to the GT3. It's remarkable to see just how dated the 996-generation 911 looks after viewing the newer Porsche, and from where we sit, it's further proof that the old car's headlights are something that's best forgotten. Styling qualms aside, though, can the GT3 keep up with its racy younger cousin?
Earlier this month, our friends across the pond at Auto Express released the first in a two-video series that would see them try and build up a second-generation Mazda MX-5 Miata that could best a standard Porsche Boxster around the track. While that first video detailed the mods to the MX-5 - a supercharger, some suspension upgrades and a new set of super-sticky rubber being chief among them - and set baseline lap times for the stock car, today, we have the results of the 5,000-pound ($8,200) upgrade job.
Of course, we aren't going to spoil those for you. You'll need to watch the full video, which recaps the upgrades before digging into a comparison of both straight-line-speed differences between the 2.7-liter Porsche Boxster and blown Miata, as well as their behavior and lap times on the track.
Take a look and let us know what you think in Comments.