• Year of manufacture 
  • Mileage 
    118 211 km / 73 453 mi
  • Car type 
  • Lot number 
  • Reference number 
  • Drive 
  • Condition 
  • Exterior brand colour 
  • Location
    United States
  • Exterior colour 


Chassis No. WP0ZZZ93ZKS000309

Engine No. 67K00390

Transmission No. 01K00643

This 1989 Porsche 911 Turbo was ordered new in Doha, Qatar, through Gulf Automobiles & Trading Company, on 10 October 1989, by Mr. Absulaziz Mohamad Al Rabban in a truly remarkable specification. As an Exclusive "Special Wishes" build, this unique 911 Turbo features option code 09991, indicating hand assembly and all manner of custom features that the buyer could dream of. The body was finished in very rarely seen Velvet Red Metallic and features contrasting black Turbo graphics on the rear quarter panels and stone guards protectors, with the evergreen 16-inch Fuchs alloy wheels with black centers and satin lips completing the look. The interior was not overlooked during the custom, Special Wishes build process. The car was ordered in leather to sample (99) Pearl White with Velvet Red piping, with Velvet Red leather also covering the 'A and B' pillars, sun visors, dashboard, steering wheel with elevated hub, and gear shift lever. The carpets and headliner were also specified to be Velvet red. The dash was additionally given a wood grain fascia with a matching gear knob for the G50, five-speed manual transmission with limited slip differential. The final options of note are the selection of an electric sliding sunroof, yellow fog lights, and a 'Securiflex' windshield.

After taking delivery of the car on 3 March 1989 in Qatar, it is believed that the car remained in the Al Thani family until it was offered for sale in the Netherlands in 2000. The service book was first stamped by Gulf Automobiles & Trading Company on 19 June 1989 with only 1,811 km at the time. The next stamp was done by Porsche of Bremen on 2 August 1990 at 8,600 km, indicating the car was relocated by the family back to Europe early in its life as subsequent services continued in Europe.

The car was acquired by a Dutch Porsche enthusiast in approximately early 2000, with around 77,000 km displayed. A later service receipt indicates that by 9 March 2006, the car was sold to the next owner, displaying 106,289 km. The service history shows the car was sold again by 22 November 2013 with 114,990 km on the odometer with that particular owner retaining the car until 24 October 2018 with 117,152 km. The current owner purchased the car in Austria in March of 2022 and had the car imported to California with only a few additional kilometers on the odometer. Today, this highly intriguing 911 Turbo currently displays just under 118,000 km and is accompanied by its import documentation, factory tool kit, owner manual, service manual, and a Dutch and German language history file dating back to 2001.