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WTB 1977 ,78 or79 930

I would be interested in finding a good running car. It does not have to look perfect.
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Hi,

Check the thread "930's I've seen today" Go to last couple of entries
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not offering mine for sale, but is there a reason you are not lookng for a 76? it is more or less the same as the 77. once you get to 78/79 you get among other things a larger dispalcement engine, and the bigger brakes...
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A 76 would be good.
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77 had power brakes, and the one year only tach/boost guage
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All these guys do is drive too fast, work on cars, chase ******* and drink.. really no fun at all...
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I would sell you mine, the the amount of money for me to part with it is an absolutely rediculous sum.

what are you looking for? a driver? concours garage queen? track rat?
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If you were a little quicker you could have had my white 78 but it sold to a guy in Canada. 78 930
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not offering mine for sale, but is there a reason you are not lookng for a 76? it is more or less the same as the 77. once you get to 78/79 you get among other things a larger displacement engine, and the bigger brakes...
The 930 3.3 production started in 1977... So a '77 could be a 3l or a 3.3l ...
And yes better brakes. still it's better to have a strong foot
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If you are interested,
I have a very nice 79 930 with all fresh mechanicals and nice upgrades
Polar silver with black leather.
Some of the upgrades are K27, SC cams, upgraded carrera chain tensioner, one bar waste gate, twin turbo 993 head studs, andial intercooler, new clutch, pressure plate. Stainless steel exhaust. 17" kinesis wheels.
I purchased the car about two years ago from my old Porsche mechanic (master mechanic at dealership) who peroformed all the work.
I can be reached at 248-631-7660
thanks in advance,
AL

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Join Date: Feb 2004
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If you are interested,
I have a very nice 79 930 with all fresh mechanicals and nice upgrades
Polar silver with black leather.
Some of the upgrades are K27, SC cams, upgraded carrera chain tensioner, one bar waste gate, twin turbo 993 head studs, andial intercooler, new clutch, pressure plate. Stainless steel exhaust. 17" kinesis wheels.
I purchased the car about two years ago from my old Porsche mechanic (master mechanic at dealership) who peroformed all the work.
I can be reached at 248-631-7660
thanks in advance,
AL



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