This 1983 Porsche 911 Turbo shows 82,500 miles and was imported into the US in June 1983. Finished in Grand Prix White over a white and black two-tone interior, the car was recently acquired by us from the previous owner, who purchased it in 2003. The turbocharged 3.3L flat-six was rebuilt during previous ownership with a K27 turbocharger along with an aftermarket intercooler and custom-fabricated stainless exhaust system as well as 17″ Fuchs-style wheels in staggered widths. Maintenance and PPI in March 2018 consisted of an inspection, replacement of the oil level sensor seal and right rear axle assembly, an oil change, and a brake fluid flush. This 911 Turbo is now being offered with NHTSA and EPA documents, a clean Carfax report, and a clean New Jersey title. Finished from the factory in Grand Prix white, the car received a full professional window out repaint while with the previous owner according to the seller. Several photos in the gallery show the finish up close, along with the trim, mirrors, and sunroof and is exceptional. The factory wheels have been replaced with 17″ Fuchs-style replicas measuring 8″ and 10″ in width front and rear respectively. They wear a matching set of Continental Extreme Contact tires. The interior is rimmed in full white leather which was a Special Wished/Special Custom Factory Order with contrasting black carpets and trim, the interior retains its stock configuration apart from an aftermarket head unit along with a period radar detector. A Porsche Certifiacte of Authenticity comes with the car and is picutred in the photo gallery, that documents the special order interior.