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1984 Porsche 944 – REVISIT

The 1984 Porsche 944 that Pablo delved into at the beginning of this month is back up for sale. Will this early, low mileage example find a home this time around?

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1984 Porsche 944 on eBay

The below post originally appeared on our site August 4, 2014:

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10K Friday Super Drop-Top Edition: Cabriolet v. TT v. S4 v. Cabriolet v. Beetle v. Eos v. S2 v. Boxster v. M Roadster v. M3 v. 500SL v. CLK55 AMG

Okay, hang on folks, this is a long one – what’s the most class, speed and style that you can get for $10,000 these days in German motoring? I’ve lined up some of the examples of just how much you can buy – which is your favorite?

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1997 Audi Cabriolet on eBay

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Week In Review

Welcome back to Week in Review, where we recap the last few weeks of vehicles we have featured:

The Feature Listing 2007 BMW 328xi sold for $18,500, purchased by a reader who saw the listing first here on GCFSB: Closed Auction | Our Post on this Car

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1988 Porsche 944

On Monday, our new GCFSB Guest Contributor, Pablo Deferrari of flüssig magazine featured a very detailed historical snapshot and analysis of a low mileage 1984 Porsche 944. Now here comes another low mileage, slightly newer 944 on offer in Tennessee. With all these mint 944s circulating around, it’s a prime opportunity to try out one of these well-balanced sports cars.

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1988 Porsche 944 on eBay

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10K Friday Poor-sche Edition: 928S4 v. 944 v. 944 Turbo v. 924 v. 944 S2 v. Boxster v. Boxster S

“Poor Man’s Porsche”; while it’s a moniker usually attached to the 924 series, the reality is these days it applies to everything outside of the 911. The surge in 911 prices has been so great, that it has also pulled other lesser alternatives to the 911 up as well – try to get into a clean 912 and you’ll be surprised by the price. Even the lowly, forgotten 914 is in the mid teens for a really clean example of a flat-4 model up towards $100,000 for original 914-6 models. So does this mean you need 6-figures to be a true Porsche enthusiast? I don’t believe that’s the case – I think there are a plethora of great options at or around $10,000, so I’ve lined up an assortment. Which do you think is most worthy of wearing the crest of Stuttgart?

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1988 Porsche 928S4 on eBay

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