From Road & Track
When the term "widowmaker" starts getting thrown around, it's almost always referring to Porsche 911 Turbos. While Porsche has a long history of building Turbos, the one that started it all was the 930 Turbo.
The combination of copious amounts of power, tons of turbo lag, and a lack of driver aids meant lots of those cars ended up wrapped around poles, wrapped around trees, or upside down. For a 930 Turbo to still be around, every owner over the last forty years needs to have taken care of it and driven it skillfully.
This particular 930 Turbo was handed down to its current owner by his uncle. Now, even though he's only seven, his son is already hypnotized by the car. In another ten years, this may be one of the few 930 Turbos to make it through three generations in the same family.