Selling my Porsche 944 with 124K original miles. Car is a European model (WP0ZZZ94ZFN40229) imported to the US by a previous owner. It has the tough & reliable naturally aspirated 2.5L inline 4 (non-turbo). Numerous upgrades added include:
Turbo updated front bumper & light assemblies
Turbo vented nose panel
Boxed rocker panels, left & right
Rear European custom valance
Kinesis K28 wheels - front (18x8.5) and rear (18x10)
Custom made high performance dual outlet stainless steel exhaust system
993 Twin turbo brake upgrade - includes big red front & rear calipers and stainless steel lines
Carbon fiber [look] dash kit
Newer sport leather seats from 911/993 turbo
All of these upgrades add up to nearly $12,000 just in parts alone!
The timing belt was changed as well as all the fluids flushed & refilled in July 2012 only because I was unsure of when this all had been done last. It was a proactive measure, not reactive. I've also had a new radiator installed just a few weeks ago; the old one developed a small leak at the drain plug when the temperature fell below freezing but only when the car was parked overnight; never leaked when engine was warm or when driving. I've got $3000 in the car with the timing belt work, fluids and four wheel alignment not including miscellaneous items such as new struts on the rear hatch, new sun visor clips, and replacement gauge cluster (only because the original one still measured in kilometers being it was originally from Germany). The A/C does function however it has a leak and it will not hold a charge. When it's charged, it does blow cold. The car is over 28 years old so it wouldn't surprise me if there are O-rings and other rubber fittings that are dry rotted causing the leak. I personally enjoyed taking the sunroof out and with the windows down it does have the feel of a convertible so the A/C wasn't an issue for me; it's also not my daily driver but my weekend toy. The front rotors could stand to be resurfaced or replaced at some point as there is some pulsating under hard braking but it's something that has never affected me. There are a couple of door dings on the passenger side. The previous owner clipped the left front corner of the nose on something so there is a scrape that is hard to show in the pictures and it did make a buckle/dent in the right front fender when it happened. This does not have a major impact on the look or function of the car. The pictures are recent so what you see is what it looks like today. Overall the car is in really good shape but understand it isn't perfect either as with any 30-ish year old car. I've tried to describe this car as best as I possibly can so you know what to expect to see in person.
Car is a lot of fun to drive and turns heads everywhere it goes! It doesn't look like any other run of the mill 944 I've seen in the area. I am only selling because I have another project in the works and want to make the space for it. I'm not trying to make a profit here as I'm only asking what I paid for the car. As it sits today, you cannot put this car together for $6,000!!
Please email for more details and to schedule a time to see this car soon! Not interested in trades, no financing or payments. Cash or legitimate certified funds only.