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944 Spec guy
 
Join Date: Nov 2009
Location: Denver, CO
Posts: 5
Porsche Crest 1987 Porsche 944 FS

SOLD!
Thanks for the interest
First guy to look at it bought the car, guess I should have asked for more
1987 Porsche 944
117,xxx miles


Good
-Rare ABS option
-black leather interior
-passenger and rear seats in good condition
-power seats fully functional
-body straight
-mechanically in very good condition- runs great
-no leaks
-just passed emissions
~140 compression across all 4 cylinders (not bad for 6,000 feet above sea level)
-5 bar oil pressure
-working factory alarm
- quiet, comfortable drive (for a sports car), its quieter than my wifes 2007 scion TC
-working factory stereo system
-no cracks or dings in windshield (big deal in CO)
-Service Records from 1991


Service Record summary
115,000 (2010)
-timing belt
-oil change (20 -50 valvoline VR1)
-spark plugs
- new water temp sensor
-changed transmission fluid (Mobile 1, 75w 90)
-axis ultimate brake pads
-replaced front brake rotors
-bled brake lines
-checked alignment (still within spec)
-replaced clutch slave cylinder
-passed emissions
(2000)
cat converter replaced (mileage not listed)
108,000- (1999)
-new steering column bearing
- starter rebuilt
-alternator
106,000 (1999)
-oil change
-air filter
-distributor cap
-rotor
104,000 (1998)
power steering service
-return line replaced
-bolt/ banjo
-seals
-fluid
102,000 (1997)
-oil change
-Dunlop tires (they have lots of tread now but sidewalls are cracked...)
- all fluids (not sure what that means)
-brakes
-power steering pump replaced
-power steering leak fixed
-Alignment
-timing belt
93,000 (1997)
-replaced starter (guess the rebuild didnt work?)
91,200 (1997)
-rebuilt starter
91,132 (1996)
-replaced clutch disk
-replaced throw out bearing
-replaced pressure plate
-replaced rear main seal

-oil change


Bad
-Clear coat on hood and front fenders peeling
- small tear on driver side seat bolster & inconspicuous hole at front under knee area
-dash cracks (of course)
-shift boot torn
- hatch shocks don't hold hatch up
- tire sidewalls cracked
- sunroof doesn't work
- cruise control intermittent (might be able to fix before sale, have replacement that might work)

That's all of the redeeming and negative qualities I can think of, I'll add more if I think of anything.

I purchased the car with the intent to turn into a racecar but it was too nice of a specimen and I couldn't bear to strip it. I now have another 944 built race car so I don't need this one anymore and could use the money for race tires.
I've been daily driving this car every day since January (except in the snow) and its been a problem free, very fun, nimble, great gas mileage (~27mpg), and reliable commuter.
The previous owner was a Porsche mechanic that got the car as a wedding present. He never drove the car so it sat , rarely driven, in his backyard for years and that's where the paint problems and lack of mileage came from.

Asking $2,800 obo
cventurini at G Mail dot com

Until I get some better pictures, please mind the tow bar, I was towing the car home before I got it insured



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