Increasingly as some of our childhood (or, adulthood) heroes get priced out of sensibility for weekend warrior on a budget status, there are still some bastions of hope for the shoestring enthusiast. One of the best must undoubtedly be the underrated Porsche 924. As Sciroccos, GTIs, 944 Turbos, Quattros and the like take off in value, here lies a plethora of well-cared for, well-built and fun-to-drive cars that have good parts accessibility, reasonable repair costs and surprising amounts of practicality. Sure, it’s ‘just’ a 924, and Porschephiles will probably poo-poo your choice. So, too, will most of the rest of the automotive world. Their loss is your gain. Try as they might, outside of some very special 924 Carreras, these models that helped to keep Porsche afloat in the 1970s and 1980s still haven’t caught on with collectors.
So here’s a late ‘early’ 924; the clean design that kept the lights on at Porsche. Certainly it’s worth a look?
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1982 Porsche 924 on eBay
Engine: 2.0 liter inline-4
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 117,000 mi
Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Price: $3,200 Buy It Now
1982 Porsche 924 5/speed Manuel transmission
Basic model power windows locks sun roof has factory Working A,C great daily Driver with no mechanical issues
Shifts in to all gears smooth good solid clutch
Family owned car service and maintenance done on time
No Rust California car all its life Tires in good shape all matching
This vehicle was never driven ruff it’s just been a cruiser all original no after market all numbers matching
Looking to see if some one is interested in this out there in the world lol if so fill free to message me any questions
I know my eBay account is pretty much new so if you have trust issues Then you can look else where and we can save each other time 🙂
Before making offers please ask all the questions you need thanks looking forward to speak with it’s
When you’re talking a sub-$5k classic Porsche, most people probably assume you’re talking about your most recent repair bill. Not the case here; sure, a proper air-cooled rebuild can set you back a pretty penny, but this entire 924 won’t. The color isn’t listed and it looks like it might not be the original paint, but I think this car was Lhasa Green Metallic when it left the production line. Coupled with the tweed interior, spoilers and mud guards, and ATS alloys, it’s a smart-looking car. It’s also got air conditioning which is claimed to function! Sure, it’s a bit rough around the edges. But it’s also $3,200. And it’s a Porsche. Seriously, Fuchs wheels sets trade for more money than the asking price here. It’s hard to see how you could go wrong.