1987 Porsche 911 Overview


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2 national listings
Avg. Price: $43,044
Carrera Cabriolet
Avg. Price: $49,064
2 national listings
Avg. Price: $43,044
Targa Turbo
10 national listings
Turbo Cabriolet
1 national listing

Porsche 911 Experts

#1 Michael Kane
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Average User Score

4.75 stars

Based on 6 reviews

Wooohoooo!!!! by GEORGEG
 — Like porsche says "their is no substitute". To clarify it may look almost exactly like a 911 turbo but comparing the two is like apples & oranges, its far beyond a nine eleven, thats why it was discon... Read More
Classic True Air Cooled Porsche Master Engineering by wwwilcox
 — Fast, fast, fast! Torque is major and balance is superb as expected in a true Porsche. Corners at over twice posted curve speed with no strain and brakes fast and sure. There is no other car aft... Read More
1987 Porsche by Jake
 — It's a 1987 911 carrera with a 1991 911 turbo engine redone by randolph racing. This car is a good way to commit suicide. Its an absolute scream machine and is a total blast to drive. I wouldnt sell i... Read More

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Porsche 911 Questions


What Is The Largest 16" Wheel Tire Combination I Can Run On The Front And R...

Trying to find/figure out the biggest tire I can fit on 1987 Carrera (NOT TURBO) if I go to 16" Fuchs. I had 245/50/15 on rear and they looked great but NO ONE makes that tire size any more.

351 views with 2 answers (last answer 2 years ago)

How Much Do I Pay?

I was wondering how much a 1987 Porsche 911 should cost. Im interested in buying one, although Im not willing to pay $30,000 for a car that isn't worth it.

677 views with 4 answers (last answer 6 years ago)

Should The Engine Number On Block Match Some Numbers On The Vin (1987 930)

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