1984 DP 935 II Turbo Coupe

A legend of Le Mans, for your driveway.

Starting as a supplier and manufacturer of body parts such as rear wings and fenders, DP Motorsports rose to prominence after partnering with Kremer Racing to win the 1979 24 Hours of Le Mans in a Porsche 935. In 1983, DP began producing street-legal 935 replicas based on 911s and 930s with wider fenders, slant noses, and MOAR POWAHHHH.

This 1984 930 Turbo Coupe was converted into a DP 935 II almost immediately from new. It features a body composed of fiberglass and other composites consisting of a European-style slant nose front with driving lights under plexiglass fairings with large ducts for the oil cooler and brakes. The flared wheel arches are incorporated into the side skirts with straked air inlets on the back flanks and a vented rear spoiler.

Originally finished in Dark Blue, the car currently wears Pale Blue with Orange DP accents. The paint is in decent condition with photos of imperfections in the gallery. It rides on staggered-width 15” Fuchs-style wheels with Orange-painted centers and polished lips over cross-drilled, ventilated disc brakes and sits tight and low with Bilstein shock absorbers.

Inside, you’ll find DP Lollipop racing seats trimmed in Black with Red piping and embroidered headrests with G-Force four-point harnesses to keep you in place and a MOMO steering wheel to hold onto. The interior is in overall good condition showing only minor wear.

Out back, the 3.3-liter flat-six features Electromotive xDI twin-plug ignition, a KKK turbocharger, an air-to-air intercooler, a custom intake, a stainless steel exhaust system, and a front-mounted oil cooler. The only service receipt included in the gallery is a recent service performed at Porsche Westwood in August 2023.

This 935 DP II was an auction regular in the mid-2010s, first failing to sell at Mecum in August 2015 at a high bid of $225,000 and then sold in April 2016 at Barrett-Jackson for $187,000. This time around, it found a new home at a final bid of $163,000. Custom 930 Turbos have averaged just over $120,000 over the last twelve months with a high of $268,800 for a RUF BTR Conversion sold in March of last year.

While RUFs have been the tuner of choice over the last few years, there’s no discounting the importance of DP Motorsports and their contribution to Porsche lore. $163,000 seems cheap to me.


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