The Porsche 911 930 Turbo 3.0 260cv 1977 - The production version of the 911 Turbo was initially unveiled to the public at the 1974 Paris Motor Show, marking the beginning of the 1st Generation Turbo (Type 930) to be produced and marketed under the 911 model. It featured a more muscular and radical visual appearance, with widened fenders and bumpers, a prominent rear spoiler known as the "Whale Tail" or "Tea Tray" to enhance downforce and airflow through the engine, wider Fuchs wheels, improved suspensions, and larger brakes with perforated discs. Under the hood, it shared the same Flat-six engine as the 911 RSR 3.0, paired with a large KKK turbocharger delivering substantial torque. With a 4-speed gearbox, it produced 260hp, accelerating from 0-100km/h in 5.5 seconds and reaching a top speed of around 250km/h. Its weight was a mere 1,195kg. Production took place from 1975 to 1977, with approximately 2,850 units built. The presented specimen is a European version, sold and delivered to Hamburg in April 1977. It was imported and registered in Portugal in 1981 and currently has 115,547km on the odometer. It retains its factory originality, featuring a rare and elegant factory combination of Cooper Brown Metallic exterior with Cork Brown interior, including brown natural leather on the dashboard, door panels, and seats (perforated factory leather) with black upholstery. It is a Matching Numbers and Colors specimen. Factory options include: • 422 - Blaupunkt Bamberg Radio • 559 - Air Conditioning (an extremely rare extra) • 650 - Electric Sunroof It comes with a Porsche Certificate and also holds ACP Classic Certification valid until 2025.