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The 75' turbo was used for homolagation of the 934.
-main major differences are as follows compared to later turbos
-no 75' turbos came with AC..
-single , simple, early style drivers mirror as already mentioned and
-early style dash board cover
-tires were CN36 215/60 and 235/60x15"

there are a few other very small minor details but the above covers the major ones.

Naturally 75-77 tubos came with 911S alloy calipers,,, rims were 7-8X15 Fuchs.. the 76 turbos had two versions of rear wings,, small grill for no AC and larger grill with AC. Tires varied in 76' between CN36 and P7 low profile.

I have been in the market for a 75' turbo with red plaid interior for years... have studied and viewed a number of them but never layed down the money.. Prices varied between 10k US to 30keuro..
There is no set price for anything,,, it all depends on demand.

You cannot compare this car to an RS,, tip top touring M472's are now in the 400k plus range,, the RS will always be top dog in collecting circles but i still think a 75' turbo is very very cool.

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I may be able to clarify a few things about these 75 cars. BTW Cgarr, you seem to have a 74 Carrera development car fitted with some of the yet to be released turbo features. Very cool.

In '75 dependent on your market basically everything was standard on the turbo. All you had to do was either delete options, choose the trim you wanted (leather was a no cost option), and decide if you wanted the new P7 tires which were brand new and expensive. The turbo was obviously never delivered new to the US market where deliveries started in '76 and the US market cars are different anyway. There are a few mechanical differences to the '76 cars mostly to do with the wastegate function.

When I say market dependent, the UK cars seem to have been mostly fitted with a sunroof but no A/C. Other euro markets seemed to have cars fitted with both.

There were 284 1975 turbo cars produced between Dec 74 to Jul 75. All the cars built in Dec 74 (11 of them) were retained by the factory for development purposes. The 273 customer cars started production in Jan 75.

The standard tires were either Dunlop or Pirelli CN36 in 185/70/15 and 215/60/15 on 7s and 8s which was the same as the Carrera 2.7. These tires were delivered with a 4.22:1 final drive. You could specify Pirelli P7 in 205/50/15 and 225/50/15 as an option. If you did the car was fitted with a taller 4.0:1 final drive to keep the gearing the same. 16" wheels didnt arrive until MY77.

Mirrors fitted were market dependent and they vary quite a lot. The UK cars got durant on the drivers side RHD. Euro market cars mostly got the larger black plastic RS mirror, painted body color in some markets. Here in Oz we got the small black RS3.0 mirror. Electric flag mirrors were fitted to the MY76 cars in all markets.

The dash was the standard 75 speaker grill dash as fitted to the Carrera 2.7 except covered in leather as were the door tops. (That speaker grill is not the right one with the RUF wheel, and there was no centre console at that time)

These 75 cars are pretty unusual now. Because of the weight (1140kg) they are a real 5 sec 0-60 car and will do well over 160mph. Porsches first production supercar. There are not thought to be very many left. Most got crashed unsurprisingly, they are a real handful to drive quickly, or rusted away over the years. If there are 100 left worldwide of the original 273 I would be surprised.

This is my 25K mile original unrestored example. Feb '75 production sunroof delete car.











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what exhaust system came on that '75?
thermal reactors? euro ss? got a picture?
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No thermal reactors on ROW cars. The heads are different on the row cars also and changing to euro heads is a common upgrade on these.

Dont think I have a picture of it but shouldnt be hard to find.
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I am thinking of selling my 75 turbo carrera (vin 9305700185 ), it is in incredible shape with less than 50,000 miles. Any suggestions, where I should sell it (ebay, etc)?
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I would post it here on pelican first if you are in the US.

What can you tell us about it? Have any pics?
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930 1977 euro

Hello people, any know if 1977 euro version ( 9307700517) vin use or not use id plate in the post pillar, my car have the tag and chassis casting in the front trunk, but not in the post pillar

use or not use id plate in the post pillar ????
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I am thinking of selling my 75 turbo carrera (vin 9305700185 ), it is in incredible shape with less than 50,000 miles. Any suggestions, where I should sell it (ebay, etc)?
can you give more specifics on the 75? what were you looking to sell it for?
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Hello people, any know if 1977 euro version ( 9307700517) vin use or not use id plate in the post pillar, my car have the tag and chassis casting in the front trunk, but not in the post pillar

use or not use id plate in the post pillar ????
Do you mean the paint code plate in the door? If so then yes.

If you mean the vin number sticker in the door then no for 77. These stickers came in much later.
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Based on the NL decal ('70ies period correct ) I'd say this car started it's life in the NetherLands!

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I risked my life to take this one from the rafters in my warehouse!
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Here is sort of a random question.

Back in 1975 my uncle showed up with a new Porsche. He told me that he had to go to Germany to buy it and that it was special because it had a turbo on it. Being a 9 year old kid, I didn't know what a turbo was.

My uncle was Don Gail. He lived in Eagle Creek, Oregon then and was a Farmers Insurance agent. He later moved to S. Cal. He died a few years ago so I can't ask him too much.

He is responsible for a lot of good in my life including the full enjoyment of Porsches. If anyone has his 75 930 I would love to hear from you.

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I am thinking of selling my 75 turbo carrera (vin 9305700185 ), it is in incredible shape with less than 50,000 miles. Any suggestions, where I should sell it (ebay, etc)?

Was that a tease ???
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Anyone interested in these 75 cars should get the Feb issue of UK Classic and Sports Car magazine. Cover story on the 930 and a 75 as the feature car.

Unfortunately some of the details arent right but nevertheless.
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This is my 1975 Turbo number 281, Australian delivered, only traveled 96 k, red leather interior, original except for a new paint job.
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did you not originally have a 'turbo carrera' script on the lid?
also, it has the larger secondary grill which indicates it came with a/c - indeed rare.

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This is my 1975 Turbo number 281, Australian delivered, only traveled 96 k, red leather interior, original except for a new paint job.
Good to see this car here. I was told this car was lost in the UK.

I will PM you. Need to get the details on this one. Looks great too.
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did you not originally have a 'turbo carrera' script on the lid?
also, it has the larger secondary grill which indicates it came with a/c - indeed rare.

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Hi Bill, my understanding is that the US models, first released in 1976, were badged as turbo carrera. Here and in Europe they were simply badged as Turbo.

Mine was built in June 1975 and I believe that Australia only received 6 x 1975 930's.

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When were the black stone guards first fitted to 911s? I've heard that 75 and 76 these weren't factory options, but installed by dealers. Is that true? There is no option number for the black stone guards, how did a customer choose to have (or delete) these?
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Ryan, the black stone guards started with 76MY on turbos, but most of the 75 cars were later fitted with them by dealers.
All the period factory photos of 75 turbo cars show them without them, while the 76My cars (both US and ROW) show them as factory-fitted.

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Andrea,

Interesting. How did a customer order these stone guards if there was no option code? Were they available on non-Turbo cars?

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Body: Coupe (4 Seats)
Mileage: 5 km
First registration: 03/1975
Power: 194 kW (264 HP)
Fuel type: Gasoline
Body colour: Silver Metallic metallic
Interior fittings: Full leather
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Siamo riusciti a trovare questa macchina in maniera del tutto casuale. Non sappiamo se la venderemo mai, perch la n. 25 costruita dalla Porsche.
Intanto La restauriamo e poi la facciamo vedere solo ad i Nostri amici o appassionati clienti.
Adesso Vi facciamo vedere alcune foto del restauro in corso.

Vettura in ATTUALE RESTAURO COMPLETO ed ACCURATO;
Porsche 911 / Modello 930 Turbo 3.0.
Prima Imm. nel 24/03/1975; Importante: La Suddetta
la n. 25 esima Turbo PRODOTTA dalla Porsche.
Motore con ZERO KM. / Completamente RESTAURATO con parti RIGOROSAMENTE ORIGINALI; Tipo Motore: 930/50N6750044; Tipo Cambio: 93030N.77C0965 /
Telaio: 9305700025.
Cilindrata 3000 cc. Benzina con 264 cv.
Carrozzeria "COME-NUOVA".
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