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08-22-2015 10:48 AM
I want!

Had an '87 924S and absolutely loved it. When purchased, mine had 115k on the clock, was in good condition with a couple of minor body dents, no rust, clean interior. Set me back $3500, plus another thousand spent immediately on timing belt, water pump, etc. because there were no service records with the car.

Kept it for four years and 15k miles, then stupidly traded it for an '05 Solstice, which only stuck around for two years. Nothing wrong with the Solstice, but after being used to the 924 it was a long term disappointment.

The eight grand asking is a bit high, but if that car is actually as pristine as the pictures promise and it has service records, I'd certainly go six. Buy it. You won't regret it.
08-22-2015 09:38 AM
seth1065 Great looking car I always wanted a 944 vert hope this finds a good home, almost bought a 944s a few years ago the PPI killed the deal, still a sharp looking car.
08-21-2015 05:09 PM
BDT My cousin had one of those and he loved the thing. He even had a mullet, which seemed appropriate for what I consider to be Porsche's Camaro. Cool car, though, and properly quick. That one looks really good.
08-19-2015 07:08 AM
Chris' Find of the Day: Porsche 944S

Oooh. the 16v version of the legendary 944. Supposedly less hassle to maintain than the Turbo, with about 90% of the performance.

$8k seems awfully low for a nice, relatively-rare Porsche...

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