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1987 Porsche 944 Turbo

The last few transaxles I’ve looked at have been a bit eclectic; the 944S was a well priced, good looking driver candidate, but the Turbo S and 924S were both high dollar, ultra-low mileage examples. Is there still a mid-ground? Absolutely, because if you’re willing to look just north of the asking price of many of the normally aspirated models from the 1980s, you can look at the lovely and high performance version of the breed, the 944 Turbo. Introduced in 1986 and upgraded virtually every year, each Turbo model has impressive driving dynamics, are capable of triple digit cruising and are capable and reasonable reliable exotics. Today’s example is presented in more rare to find Nougat Brown with brown Porsche Script interior:

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Year: 1987
Model: 944 Turbo
Engine: 2.5 liter turbocharged inline-4
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 106,995 mi
Price: Reserve Auction

I am selling a very rare nougat brown 1987 944 turbo, this car has been very well maintained throughout its life and garage kept this was originally an American car brought up to Canada. all repairs have been Porsche oem parts,

-new paint
-new windsheild
-new rear cv axel
-new clutch 500 miles ago
-new center console
– new mats
– new carpets
-new master cylinder
-new slave cylinder

-new door seals
– new seat clips
-new roof clips and much more this car is 98% complete to make this car a show car i would replace the dash due to its age it has cracked. this is a very original 944 turbo with power every thing from sun roof to seats etc top of the line 951 in the photo the seat is not ripped nor torn but has a crease normal wear please contact me with any questions and i will be happy to answer them for you bid responsibility (“NO RETURNS”).Car sold as is

Thanks to fresh paint, the presentation is great and the look is classic with the Phone Dials. While I love the ’86 models with the optional Fuchs, there’s no denying that this car looks purposeful in this rare-to-find tone. Perhaps there is a reason for that; when new, I doubt it would have been the color pallet I would have selected. But today it really strikes me as a cool combination because it is just not often seen. 87s received the anti-lock brake option that changed the wheel offset, along with some minor changes like a 180 m.p.h. speedometer. Maintenance is claimed to be up to date and overall presentation is great with lower mileage for the year; despite this, bidding has been languishing under $10,000. I feel like I often say “you can’t get more car for that amount”, but it’s really appropriate here; depending on where the reserve lies, this could be a bargain classic.