I have not been shy about my feelings on the Porsche 944 S2 cars. You get the the looks and darn near the performance of the turbo cars without many of the headaches. There are fewer of these running around than their turbo counterparts, even fewer with low miles.
1990 Porsche 944 S2:
Form the seller –
“Thank you for looking at this 944 s2 , always garaged and in perfect running order. This 1990 PORSCHE 944 S2 has had only one owner, that has done all the proper maintenance to keep it in perfect original condition. This car has only 51962 original miles as the auto check report shows, has an excellent score for the age and condition.The interior is in original condition with no scuffing or tears to the leather, the interior of this car as you can see in the photos is in awesome condition, aswell the exterior. Everything on this car works the way it did when new , This car has all original manuals,tools and equipment that came with the car,the radio has been changed in order to be able to use mp3 players but i still have the original one as you can see. It recently had all the AC overhaul it has new springs and shocks, belts and everything that has needed doing mechanically has been done. The body is straight with no rust.”
One owner, check. Low miles, check. Immaculate condition, CHECK! All labels, the tool kit, the interior, paint, and engine compartment are darn near perfect. That interior, let’s call it linen in color is really hard to keep clean and it looks flawless. There is just a great deal to like here.
Even better it is available with no reserve, this S2 will sell. The eBay community must be excited as well, thus far there have been 41 bids with a current bid at $12,350. This is a $14-14.5k car all day long, I will be curious to see if potential buyers feel the same way.
I thought this would be cheaper with 50k miles as I hadn’t seen much demand for the s2 but I guess they are starting to get some love. What would a comparable cab be worth as I’ve been thinking those might be a nice option?
I’m usually the “glass is half empty” kind of guy, but I have to say…this is a really nice car that I would love to own. I’d agree – this is a mid-teens example; at $13,430 currently, it still has a ways to go. Clean, drivable and fun.
That is high praise and I agree completely Larry. Paul I would think a comparable soft top may even be a little less than the hard tops. I have not checked production numbers but there always seem to be more of those available.
Not surprisingly, it’s got 2 hours left, and it’s up to $15,100 with 62 bids. Apparently, we weren’t the only ones who thought this is a nice car…
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