Dutch registration - Preparation by Ruf - Only 108,000km - A rare model Porsche 911 Turbo or '930' remains the most powerful model of the 911s and a more civilized development of the 3.0-liters of the 1970s, which competed at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The car on offer was sold new by D' Ieteren in Belgium on May 17, 1988 to its first owner, a Frenchman. Colour was a green rock metallic Ref. 699, with many options including limited slip differential, the option 148 for increasing engine power, a desirable sunroof and other secondary options. This gentleman sent the car in 1989 to Ruf in Germany for the preparation and tuning of the engine, plus some body details. It has a very discreet look, and does not vary very much from the original version. One of the few 'physical' changes is a three-spoke Ruf steering wheel to remind the owner that he is behind the wheel of a veritable bomb! The car is coming with the invoices for the preparation of the car. Its interior is in grey-green leather and is immaculate as well as the carpets. It has just 108,000km on the odo and comes with its original books and other manuals. This is a rare model, which has gone through the hands of one of the more historic preparers. This particular example is in optimal condition and drives beautifully on the road.