Back in 2020 I looked at a late ’80 924 from the end of Series 1 production.
A nice example, it had a rolled odometer but was in nice shape overall and had an asking price of just under $12k. That probably seems like a lot for a 924, and indeed – it is; you can get later and arguably better (in some ways) 944 models for the same price. But put it up against some of its contemporaries in the same price category; the Scirocco, the GTI, the BMW 320i, and the late Mercedes-Benz C107 models, and to me the 931 compares pretty favorably. If you’re looking for a fun package for not a ton of money, they seem like a worthy option. Today I found a late Series 2 car in a rare shade, so let’s take a look:
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1982 Porsche 924 Turbo on eBay
Model: 924 Turbo
Engine: 2.0 liter turbocharged inline-4
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 67,000 mi
Location: Riverside, California
Price: $24,999 Buy It Now
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Okay, before we get to the elephant in the room, let’s consider what we’re looking at. I believe the color is Gambia Red, which was a one-year-only color on the 924 (though also available on early 944s). It has the standard options; most had the removable roof and this one also has a period Blaupunkt stereo. The rest of the bits were standard on late 931s; air conditioning, four-wheel discs, performance suspension, etc; all came with the fairly high $23,000 asking price; that would get you two GTis in 1983 with money to spare when new. Condition is pretty good but not outstanding, and no real history is disclosed – just a lot of dealer mumbo-jumbo. So is the rare color worth a bit over double the price of the last one? Well, you saw where this was going a while ago. There’s just no way to justify the $25,000 asking price to me, and I really love the 924. At half that amount it would still be a hard argument, but $25k gets you into a very nice 951 today.