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1986 Porsche 944 for sale

I have a 1986 Porsche 944. It came out of canada. I'm just the second owner of the car. The guy that had before me paid 34,000 for it brand new and has taken good care of it since. It's been regularly maintained. It has a brand new clutch. The car is like new inside and out. The only thing it needs is a flywheel. I'm asking 4,000 obo.
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a bit pricy for a car that needs work. Where are you located?
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The car is in Roan Mountain Tennessee at my dads garage, but i live in Johnson City. I found a flywheel for a hundred dollars. It comes with an extra ECU. I bought one thinking that was my problem but it wasn't. The clutch is brand new to. It's got good tires all the way around. How much would you be willing to give?
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I may be interested. What is the interior like? What is your total assessment so far and can you post more pictures?
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The interior is like brand new. Theres no cracks, fading,stains, or tearing anywhere in the whole car. It's the cleanest car i have. It has a new pioneer cd player and speakers. Everything works, all the windows, power seat, power roof, power locks, power mirrors. It'll probly be this weekend before i'm able to post more. sorry for the inconvenience.
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I started working on the car today and found where those 2 pins on the flywheel that the cranksensor reads off of are broke. Do those things come out to replace them? or am i going to need a whole new flywheel? They're on the outside edge of the flywheel does anyone know anything about them?
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I think you are asking about the threaded pin? Yes, I believe those can be replaced for about $5.00 each. Give Pelican parts a call, since I cannot find them on the website, or Parts Heaven in Hayward, CA.
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How does the torque tube come out? Do i have to take the rearend out to get it loose?
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How does the torque tube come out? Do i have to take the rearend out to get it loose?
yes you have to take the transmission out of the car....is it auto or manual? if its manual you can take the 4 bolts out of the torque tube and seperate it from the bellhouing....makes it a bit easier...
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