Finished in traditional black paint, this Porsche Turbo looks absolutely unbelievable. As this car had been sitting for roughly 2-3 years inside a collectors garage, it is apparent that it was never a sun beaten car. It bears mostly all original paint, with original panels as well. We metered the car with a paint meter to prove that this car is still in OEM condition. There is the occasional rock chip, and some minor patina, but much less than you would expect from an UNRESTORED example of this vehicle. The SpeedLine Wheels give the car the classic look that these 90’s Turbos needed. No major curb marks or damage to the wheels, and freshly hand polished by yours truly. After a light buff, wax, and paint sealant, this car looks absolutely unreal. Just take a look at the pictures for yourself, you won’t find another one like this. None of the weather stripping or rubber is cracked or faded, more evidence that this car was never left under the weather. The car still retains the stock rock guards and seals, which could use replacing, but we would rather let that decision be made by the final owner. Some people (including us) would rather keep the car in it’s original physical condition. The Porsche brakes are in excellent condition, finished in traditional Porsche Red with White PORSCHE font. The interior of the car is also in phenomenal condition. The black leather seats (non supple) are in great condition, with no cracks or major flaws. All of the doors, carpet, and electronics are in tact. The smell; classic vintage Porsche. It is a nostalgic smell that will bring you back to the era of these cars. The radio is original and works, however the speakers could definitely be replaced. Again, we vouched to leave this car unrestored, and in the condition we took it in at. There are no lights on the dash, and nothing to note in regards to major flaws or damage on the interior. The car has a period correct built in radar detector, and cruise control.
Jacksonville Beach, Florida, United States