1991 Porsche 944S2

One of my favorite periods in Porsche history was between the late 1980s and early 1990s. It was during this period that the 959 supercar appeared, bringing forth the concept of all-wheel drive which is still with us in many Porsche models to this day. The 911 3.2 was making way for the new 964 series 911, itself a prized commodity amongst collectors currently. The 944, meanwhile, was at the end of its run but before the baton was handed off to the 968, the 944S2 would appear as an update. With a large 3.0 liter inline-4 with twin cams and 16 valves complimenting its exceptionally balanced chassis, these were great cars on and off the track. This S2 for sale in Missouri is practically new out of the wrapper with under 7,000 miles on the clock. Missed a shot at a new 944 years ago? Here’s your chance…

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Year: 1991
Model: 944S2
Engine: 3.0 liter inline-4
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 6,665 mi
Price: $33,900 Buy It Now

ONLY 6665 “ONE OWNER” miles! The last year for Porsche’s “AFFORDABLE” sophisticated sports car!!!
With it’s “wide stance” and 16″ tires plus it’s “industrial-strength brakes, gives this “S2” a very sporty pedigree! WP0AB2940MN410371….

Finished in the “BEST” color ever for this car “GUARDS RED” with Classic Gray leather seating!! WOW, a “REAL’ 6k all original 91 944 S2!! Original down to tires and original German wheel weights!! Just as it left the factory
and perhaps even. German air in the tires!!! Equipped with a 3.0 Liter, 4 cylinder, 208 hp normally aspirated 16 valve Super Motor!!

Porsche engineers found a way to get rid of the 4 cylinder shake by developing a twin counter rotating balance
shaft system that runs twice the speed of the crankshaft!! WOW!! This was the largest mass produced 4 cylinder in it’s day!! Porsche also found a way to give this sports car a true 50/50 front to rear weight ratio!! Also included are stabilizer bars front and rear, cast alloy wheels, 4 piston braking system, force sensitive power steering, power windows, mirrors and sunroof, air bags, Porsche Reno original radio, COLD A/C and integrated fog lights!!!! WOW!! A “SUPERBLY” balanced Porsche machine, a true drivers car!!!

This “ONE OWNER” (and perhaps the finest one in the US) comes with all books, records factory window sticker plus
receipts for a just passed 100 point PPI Inspection and fresh oil service!! This is a “GREAT” find for someone in the Porsche community who wished they would of bought one new in 91, but for whatever reason did not!! This is like going to your Porsche dealer and finding a “NEW” 91 944S2 they forgot they had!! Money back guarantee in writing if not as represented!!

We will make everything easy and painless with every aspect from purchase to delivery in an enclosed carrier!! Would love to add “YOU” to our 40 year satisfied customer base!!! Money isn’t worth anything if you don’t buy something you realllllllllllllllllly want!!! Will trade!! Hurry!!

Nationwide Delivery – Finance/Lease Options Available. Contact Michael at 417-869-7000 Office or 417-839-1258 Cell for more information.

I think this 944 might be one of the highest priced I’ve ever seen, outside of some race prepared machines. Even if it was a Turbo with similar mileage, the price would be reaching. Like most cars that were never used heavily since new, the new owner faces a dilemma. Do you use a classic like this as intended and instantly shed value, or keep preserving it as is? Personally, I would take a well-cared for 944S2 with a good amount of miles on the clock, because I couldn’t resist finding the nearest twisty B-road to go seek a bit of fun.

-Paul

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4 Comments

  1. Porsche engineers found a way to eliminate the 4 cylinder shake…….by licensing the technology from Mitsubishi.
    What’s with the spotted plastic around the gauges?

  2. The spotted plastic could be fungus. It happened to a Jaguar I once had, when wiping the clear gauge cover, with excess water. Humidity got to the inside, which turned into fungus, and stuck to the rough plastic.
    You have to replace the complete gauge panel.

  3. Someone needs to take away this guy’s quotation mark key. It’s a nice looking car but the asking price is in fantasy land.

  4. The big problem I see here is that this is well inside nice Cayman S money, and the Cayman S will pretty soundly thrash this car from a driving perspective. That said, I’d prefer the S2 – just not for the same price as the Cayman. It always amazes me when these extremely low mile examples pop up, though – great find!

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