Auction Block: 1989 Porsche 911 Turbo

Jul 5, 2017

Category: Rides

Whether you like it or not, Porsche has been an inexorable part of the history of the car. They’ve also been responsible for creating several of what might be called the greatest motor vehicles of all time. And the 911 Turbo definitely ranks near the top. So, when we tell you that a rare example of a 1989 Porsche 911 Turbo – one of just 857 – has surfaced in nearly immaculate condition, you should know how special that is.

Offered up by the folks at Weekend Heroes, this extraordinary G50 5-speed transmission Porsche 911 Turbo has only 88,700km (about 55,115 miles) on the odometer. On top of that, it was recently serviced by RUF Porsche – where full maintenance was performed to get it back into tip top driving shape. It was, however, so well cared for by its previous three owners that it’s still got all of its books, tools, the car cover, and a Certificate of Authenticity. You can hop into this gorgeous ride and put the pedal to the metal – so long as you’ve got the $210,150 USD it costs to purchase it.

Purchase: $210,150

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