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Porsche 930 Turbo RUF BTR

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Porsche 930 Turbo RUF BTR
Porsche 930 Turbo RUF BTR
I remember when this car was built…H.-P Lieb @ RUF Automobile GmbH

Car data

Condition:
Good
Manufactured:
1988
Mileage:
114000 km
VIN series:
WPOZZZ93ZKS0000XX
Body color:
Black
Interior:
Black
Fuel:
Petrol

Installed options

  • AC
  • Color glass
  • Sunroof el.
  • Radio CD
  • Central look
  • Fog lights
  • Turbo seats
  • Seat heating
  • RUF wheels
  • RUF suspension
  • RUF engine 3,4BTR
  • RUF door handles
  • RUF steering
  • RUF RPM Instrument

Car history

Sold new in Germany 1988
Converted @ RUF Automobile GmbH Germany 1989
Exported to Sweden 2003
Only 3 users
Accident free
Porsche books and documents from new
Lots of documents
Big service at RUF 2016
Member of RUF Registry

Service history from delivery: 5000 km, 19.000 km, 28.000 km, 36.000 km, 53.000 km, 66.000 km, 78.000 km, 87.000 km, 99.000 km, 100.000 km, 114.000 km

Model data

Manufacturer:
Porsche/RUF
Model:
RUF BTR
Model generation:
930 Turbo
Model Year:
1989
engine displacement:
3.400 ccm
Horsepower:
374
Weight:
1520 kg
Transmission:
5-speed
Body:
Coupé
Model Units:
Less than 100

Model history

The Ruf BTR (Gruppe B Turbo RUF) is a sportscar built by Ruf Automobile of Germany starting 1983, based on the classic 1978-1989 Porsche 911, available in a narrow 911 or optional in a wide Turbo body configuration (the drag difference causing more than 12.5 mph (20 km/h) difference in top speed). It was powered by a 3.4 liter, flat-6 turbocharged engine, producing 480 N·m (350 lbf·ft) @ 4800 and 374 bhp (279 kW) @ 6000 rpm. It was coupled to a five-speed transmission, a six-speed transmission became available 1988 by request.

The Ruf BTR was the first car with Ruf VIN, construction of each vehicle began at the bare chassis level. About 20-30 were built this way, probably even more were converted from customer cars.

In 1984 a Ruf BTR won the "World's Fastest Cars" contest of the American car magazine Road & Track with a 16 km/h lead and also dominated the acceleration tests. It did 0-60 mph (97 km/h) in 4.7s, 0-100 mph (161 km/h) in 10.4s, 1⁄4 mile (402 m) in 13.3s reaching 110 mph (177 km/h) and managed a top speed of 186.2 mph (300 km/h).

At the next contest three years later the same car, with 211,000 trouble-free miles on the odometer, visited outside the competition and did 187 mph (301 km/h), still able to outperform most of the newer cars including Lamborghini Countach 5000 QV, AMG Hammer, Ferrari 288 GTO, Ferrari Testarossa and Isdera Imperator 108i, only the Porsche 959, a RS-Porsche and the Ruf CTR were faster.

In Auto, Motor und Sport 22/1984 a Ruf BTR set a new 0-100 km/h acceleration record for production cars tested by the magazine. It did 0-100 km/h (62.1 mph) in 4.6 seconds, 0-200 km/h (124.3 mph) in 15.5 seconds and 0-1,000 m (0.62 mi) in 23.0 seconds.

Read more at Wikipedia.org

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Average Selling Price

It’s extremely difficult to obtain sales data on a car model that rarely are for sale.

What we have seen the last year gives an average price between 180.000-200.000 euros, with a low sale of 140.000 euro and a top sale of 310.00 euros.

In US, the 911 converted by independent RUF agents to RUF spec cars are for sale for around 200.000 USD.

Investment

An investment car needs a minimum of two things, one is rarity and the other is to be well known or famous.

RUF BTR fulfills all criteria by a wide margin to be classified as a good or a great investment car.

RUF BTR was one of the first production cars ever, if not the first one, to reach 300 km/h in 1984.

Production number from the RUF factory in Pfaffenhausen, Germany estimates to be close to 100 cars (both RUF vin and Porsche vin).

A flood destroys factory records from production time.

Above guarantees the model its legendary status and rarity together with some mysterious production numbers.

The legendary RUF BTR is a great car to invest in and at same time to enjoy driving.

More information

Please contact us for any question about our inventory or to schedule an appointment at our showroom.
Bernhard Weiss (email) +49(0)151 2352 4361 (Germany)
Thomas Nilsson (email) +46(70)720 69 46 (Sweden)

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