• Year of manufacture 
  • Mileage 
    60 010 mi / 96 577 km
  • Car type 
  • Lot number 
  • Reference number 
  • Drive 
  • Condition 
  • Exterior brand colour 
  • Location
    United States
  • Exterior colour 


Chassis No. WP0JB0936JS050192

Engine No. 68J00259

Transmission No. 2J10673

Porsche's iconic 911 Turbo model is perhaps the most recognizable of the marque, first introduced in 1974 as a road-going homologation version of the Porsche 934 race car. As such, it made use of the factory racing program's turbocharging innovations, initially powered by an aluminum-cased 3.0-liter engine delivering 234-horsepower. The potent package represented Zuffenhausen's first supercar with performance to rival the Italian challengers of the day including the Lamborghini Countach and Ferrari 512 BB, all while offering greater reliability and practicality expected from Germany. The Turbo gained a substantial displacement increase for 1978 to 3.3 liters, along with a "tea tray" rear spoiler to accommodate the new air-to-air intercooler. Output now stood at an impressive 282-horsepower and remained the same until production ceased in 1989.

Offered from the penultimate year of G-bodied Turbo production, this 1988 Porsche 911 Turbo is one of the most visceral and coveted supercars of the 1980s, with examples as original as this harder to find by the day. Finished in Black (A1) with a Black (LE) partial leather interior, this Turbo was well-appointed from the factory with options including: steering wheel with raised hub, electric sliding sunroof, limited-slip differential, front sports seats with electrical height adjustment left and right, alarm system, and Dunlop tires. The first entry of the CARFAX vehicle history report on file places the Turbo in Massachusetts, where it was registered to its first owner in February 1988 showing 75 miles. Subsequent entries indicate the Turbo found its way to Pennsylvania prior to long-term ownership in Michigan (2000-2010), Missouri (2011-2018), and North Carolina (2018-present).

Infamously known by enthusiasts as the "Widowmaker," the 911 Turbo was Porsche's first out-and-out supercar which was as fast as it was demanding to drive. This example with its matching numbers engine and transmission is both attractively liveried and well-optioned, making it a worthwhile addition to any collection and deserving of the model's legendary supercar status.