Evaluation: Documented genuine Sonderwunsch (Special Wish) Slantnose car. A few chips throughout and some odd discoloration on the whale tail but mostly good paint. Clean wheels. Tidy engine bay. Lightly worn seats that match the 46,135 miles on the odometer, but the interior looks quite good. A neat 930 packed with special features and well-maintained.
Bottom Line: Real Slantnose 930s can command a 30 percent premium over standard cars. They don’t often come to market and this one’s extra special features make it even more of a standout. It was a $210,000 no-sale on Bring a Trailer in 2018 and a $207,000 no-sale on the Porsche focused Pcarmarket online platform just this May but, surprisingly, it had much better luck with Mecum. This is a reasonable number, around twice what a “normal” 1987 930 in this condition typically sells for these days.