930 Production Numbers

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2017/06/27 12:13:05 (permalink)

930 Production Numbers

Hi there, I wondered if anyone knew how many of the original 74 C16/UK 3.0 930 were left?  Also, were the annual production figures 22 in '75, 18 in '76, and 34 in '77?  
 
I've recently bought a wonderful example from Phil at Tech 9 in Liverpool - TAW 714R - and joined the Club again after an absence of nearly 30 years!  
 
Best wishes,
 
Tony
  

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    1975turbo
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    Re: 930 Production Numbers 2017/06/27 14:15:22 (permalink)
    Hi Tony, congratulations on your purchase and welcome back to the Club.  (Did you have a 3.0 930 previously?). 
     
    I own c/no: 225 from 1975.  PCGB confirmed your stated production figures to me some years back when I enquired and I have kept the confirmation received from them.  I am trying to keep a record of them, as and when they surface.  I have details of just 13 of them so far. I do have your car on record as being restored by Tech 9.
     
    For your information and other 3.0 930 owners too, as well as our own Club forum, you should be aware of a site dedicated to 3.0 930 cars. Perversely, it is on the Ferrari website ferrarichat.com and the content is staggering with over 7000 postings and nearly 1m views. They are totally fanatical about these cars!  See below:
    http://www.ferrarichat.co...930-turbo-carrera.html
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    Re: 930 Production Numbers 2017/06/27 20:34:54 (permalink)
    Hi,
     
    Many thanks for for the info.  I'm on the ferrarichat site so will check it out.
     
    I never had a 3.0 before, but an '80 3.3, then new '87 SSE Cab, then new 964 3.3.
     
    I took a couple of photos of a new German registered 3.0 in 1977 here in Jersey (still have the photos) and wanted one pretty much since then!
     
    I'd love to know details of the 13 UK 3.0s you've managed to track down.  It would be great to have a Meet one day. I'd certainly be prepared to drive over to England if that occurred.
     
    Cheers,
     
    Tony
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    Re: 930 Production Numbers 2018/01/18 08:42:08 (permalink)
    hello all, does anyone know production numbers of a rhd 88 930 Targa Turbo ?
    post edited by Lc99g - 2018/01/18 16:29:41
    Timspu
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    Re: 930 Production Numbers 2018/01/19 12:31:32 (permalink)
    From the info i had there were around 60 brought into the UK, not sure how many other RHD around the world. Total production numbers were low to mid 200's world wide. A rare car to own , really brilliant machine.
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    Re: 930 Production Numbers 2018/01/19 14:27:18 (permalink)
    I did think that they were quite low numbers, just need to get a few jobs done now for the summer. Thank you.
    John_Ward
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    Re: 930 Production Numbers 2018/01/20 15:12:46 (permalink)
    Can't give you the figure for 1988, but for model years 1988 and 1989 there were 58 X UK spec 930 targas, plus 3 X 930 SE targas.

    D. John Ward
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    1989 911 turbo S targa
    1981 DS935
    1996 993 Carrera
    1976 930 3.0 (ba...1989 911 turbo 3.3
    1978 DS935 (Dage Sport 935)
    1983 911 turbo 3.3
    1975 911 turbo 3.0
    1978 Ruf 911SCR(286 > max. 255)
    Lc99g
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    Re: 930 Production Numbers 2018/01/20 15:39:27 (permalink)
    Thanks John, 
    i see in your list of cars that you have an 89 S targa, is that the same as an se or different ? Apologies for the ignorance the only other Porsche’s I’ve had was a 911 T and an 89 G50 Turbo.
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    Re: 930 Production Numbers 2018/01/20 18:40:37 (permalink)
    It's a bitsa - a stolen / recovered 930 rebuilt into a narrow bodied 911 targa shell and with a new engine built to 964 turbo S spec......perfect for summer in the Devon lanes.
    post edited by John_Ward - 2018/01/20 18:43:49
    Lc99g
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    Re: 930 Production Numbers 2018/01/20 20:55:40 (permalink)
    That explains it. Must be fun.
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    Re: 930 Production Numbers 2018/01/21 18:36:00 (permalink)
    I have a Haynes Porsche data book and it advises the following for world wide Production total number:
    Turbo Targa MY 1987 to MY 1988 = 193
    Turbo Cabriolet MY 1987 to MY 1988 = 918
    Turbo Coupe MY 1978 to My 1988 = 14,476
    Turbo Targa MY 1989 = 104
    Turbo Cabriolet MY 1989 = 724
    Turbo Coupe MY 1989 = 1376
     
    This book demonstrates the rarity of the Targa Turbo. 
     
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