Monday, December 17, 2018

Minty Clean: 1983 Porsche 944

This next car might not be as exciting as Miley Cyrus' magical jacket, but it does fill the need for speed if you are a Porsche lover on an extreme budget.  Find this 1983 Porsche 944 offered for $8990 near Austin, TX via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!

From the seller:
1983 Porsche 944 
condition: excellent 
cylinders: 6 cylinders 
drive: rwd 
fuel: gas 
odometer: 84254 
paint color: grey 
size: compact 
title status: clean 
transmission: manual 
type: hatchback 
You're looking at 1983 Porsche 944 with 84,245 miles.

This car is in very clean, collectible condition. The paint is original and there is no rust. The interior is gorgeous and pristine.
This is an exceptional example, one that will only go up in value.
This Porsche runs and drives beautifully. The engine, transmission, clutch, brakes, suspension, steering, etc are all in excellent working order. There are no mechanical or electrical problems.
The wheels are beautiful Porsche phone dials with nearly new tires.
This is a tight, great-driving, great-shifting car that is a pleasure to drive.
The timing belt and water pump were replaced about 4 years and 6000 miles ago.
To be picky, there are some minor stone nicks, brush-touched scratches and small dings, etc on the exterior. Far less than expected for this age, but should be mentioned.
Clean and clear title is on hand and ready to transfer to new owner.
Kept inside my garage in Round Rock at all time.

If you still see this ad, it's still available; please don't waste your time to ask.

No I don't need you help to sell my car.
No I don't accept wiring, checks, or shipping..... Cash deal in person ONLY.

Sorry, I won't respond to your email, if you don't leave your name and contact info. Thanks


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5 comments:

  1. Must be the very rare 946 if it's a 6.....lmao

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  2. There is a part of me that wants to buy this turbo and fix everything but the body.
    Rat-tastic 944

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    1. How the hell does a 944 Turbo wind up looking like that?

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  3. Not sure if I would buy a car enthusiast from a guy who "owns" one and does not know that it is a 4 not a 6? Or that does not provide a CARFAX for a car with a 5-digit speedo and can't prove the mileage?

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  4. Best of luck to the seller but that is a steep ask for a non-turbo 944 with the original clutch. I'm also a fan of the 1985.5 interior redesign which still looks fairly modern today. The pre-85s look a little Camaro-y on the interior to my eye.

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