Evaluation: Represented as a factory slant nose and showing 28,292 miles that are represented as actual. No other history represented. The paint is original and dead—badly faded, covered in detail scratches, and heavily chipped. Dry weather stripping. Dull exterior plastic. Light oxidation underneath. The interior condition matches the mileage, with no major wear. On paper this car sounds desirable, but by Porsche standards and especially slant-nose 930 standards, it’s rough.
Bottom Line: Rough or not, factory slant noses are desirable and never easy to find. They can command a premium of about a third over a standard 930. The Houston bidders reasonably balanced the tired condition with the rare bodywork and the relatively low mileage, putting up a price that is expensive but not outrageous compared to other recent 930 sales.