1989 Porsche 911 Turbo 2D Coupe Slant Nose 930
After many years of planning, Porsche finally felt confident enough to use its racing turbo technology on a road car. The Turbo was presented at the Paris Salon in 1974 and went into production the following year. You got 260 hp and monster acceleration thanks to the KKK compressor, but had to pay twice as much as a standard 911. Features included a special four-speed box, big brakes, and a stiffer floorpan. You also got leather and air conditioning inside, and on the outside, a distinctive whale-tail rear spoiler and massive alloy wheels in extended arches. Walloping turbo lag and usual on-the-limit snap-away made it a handful.