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For Sale Turbo look M491 Targa 1 of 45 USA and 1 of 79 Worldwide. 1-owner, Original paint

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  1. 1990ruf

    1990ruf Karting

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    Turbo look M491 Targa 1 of 45 USA and 1 of 79 Worldwide. 1-owner, Original paint.
    2. 1985 Factory M491 Targa 32,000 miles
    1-Owner
    Red / Buffalo Brown Tartan
    Original Excellent Paint ( digital paint meter )
    Undercarriage is as clean as the top of the car.
    Owners Manuals
    Tools
    Air Pump.
    Recent Service
    Excellent Top
    Owners Manuals / Blaupunkt Manuals and Pouch
    Original Window Sticker
    Air Pump.
    New Floor Mats
    Original Floor Mats
    All 4 locking lug nuts with keys
    Porsche Leather Key Pouch.

    Many more photos available.

    Complete Porsche! Nothing missing! Will exceed your expectations. $109,000. Will consider a partial trade or trade up for super low mileage Slantnose or 80s early 90s Turbo



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  3. slm

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    These mid 80s 911s are great cars and this is an amazing example!!! Love the specs and especially the interior. If I did not already have an '86 DP cabriolet, I would be all over this. GLWTS
     
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  4. 1990ruf

    1990ruf Karting

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    86 DP cabriolet! Any pics? Love those!
     
  5. willrace

    willrace Two Time F1 World Champ
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    The OP/Ad car immediately reminded me of the b+b Porsches of the 70s, one of the early companies that would create whatever you wanted that the factory didn't provide.
    And then, there's the DP............ first car that scared the hell out of me. Didn't know they made a cabriolet.
     
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  7. 1990ruf

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  8. Mang

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    I remember photos of Rod Stewart during his LA days in a similar car?

    And to the OP. Fantastic Porsche, like so many of your cars! GLWS
     
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  11. Meister

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    were "factory turbo look" cars actual turbo body cars/chassis with a smaller engine installed or did the factory modify the bodies after?
     
  12. WPOZZZ

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    They were factory widebody cars with a n/a 3.2 motor, instead of the f/i 3.3. Factory meaning the car also had the turbo brakes and turbo suspension.
     
  13. 1990ruf

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    Yes, they are factory turbo bodies, factory turbo suspension, brakes rotors. 3.3 /3.2L Na engines. Differences: No turbo, No turbo exhaust, No turbo gauges. "turbo look"
     
  14. Stentboy

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    Love the undercarriage photographs. Very nice!
     
  15. cnpapa24

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    The interior is not original is it?
     
  16. LARRYH

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    just for info I purchased a beautiful low mileage silver 1986 930 Turbo from this seller a few years ago and it has really been a great car .. and it was beautifully detailed as well...
    I love this one also .......
     
  17. 1990ruf

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  18. LARRYH

    LARRYH F1 Veteran
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    thats the car ... don't really want to sell the car.... really is nice..
     
  19. 1990ruf

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  20. Meister

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  21. jcurry

    jcurry F1 World Champ
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    What is the black in the wheel wells, paint or some other type of coating? Does not appear original.
     
  22. 1990ruf

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    It’s factory. Factory did this quit a bit. Just black paint on top of the texture that porsche sprays.
     
  23. jcurry

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    Interesting. I understand that the turbo's, and turbo-look, had the black in the wheel wells over the base color. They must have changed their procedures after 85' as my '87 M491 is not nearly as 'neat' at that, i.e. no masking and not nearly as uniform or extensive. Was told by a nationally recognized expert that Porsche just <paraphrasing> 'stuck the paint gun in there and waved it around a bit'. No two were the same.

    Nice looking car. GLWS
     
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  25. jjmcd

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    Leather looks non-original. Matte finish, too soft looking (original German leather was thicker) and telltale wrinkles on sides.
     

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