Both cars are currently non operative (and registered as such) the 83 is the closest to be being complete, as it was my first porsche and was running until i got fuel in the oil from a faulty fuel pressure regulator, when it went i changed the fluids but also purchased the 84. The 84 has the nicer body it is alpine white (see pics) has the original carpets. When i purchased the 84 because it had the nicer body and the limited slip transaxle but only the engine block, i planned on pulling from the 83 to complete the 84, but instead of separating the motor i bought a reconditioned and complete head, and installed it, i never got to out on the intake manifold or fuel lines, but the motor is otherwise complete and has the upgraded turbo water pump and 6 blade cooling fans, it needs to have the coolant lines installed, a coolant reservior installed the fuel rail and injectors installed and then the engine is complete. the 83 only sacrificed it's alternator and a few small things here and there from under the hood, it still needs the fuel pressure regulator as i never purchased one. The dash board is out of both cars at the moment because i never had one for the 84, and the one in the 83 was cracked very very badly and i planned on reupholstering it or creating a new one using the old one as a template for my fiberglass mold, i do still have it, but as i said it is fairly worn. The 83 needs some bodywork that i started to be finished, but it has all of the upgrades i mentioned in the ad, fidanza aluminum flywheel, new clutch, upgraded rear suspension (upgraded to the late aluminum trailing arms and torsion bar, but maintaining the original offset for the wheels etc), drilled and slotted brake rotors, hawk racing pads, MSD ignition upgrades, magnacore plugs and wires, and probably a few others i'm not remembering. The 83 has the original front seats, the door panels inside are from a late 944, the rear seat is not original, it is from a late 944 as well, as when i purchased it there was nothing inside but the 2 front seat and the steering wheel much has been replaced and pieced together. The 84 has the original carpets and rear seat, has a (so i'm told) functional electric sunroof, the body is in pretty amazing condition a few small dents on the front passenger side fender, but they are very slight. i never really got very far with this car as i was focused mainly on the motor when i got it, and then having 4 kids and a wife i wasn't able to focus on it as a project, i listed above what parts the engine needs, aside from these there are currently no relays, fuses or switches in the car at the moment (the 83 has enough to make the car run, and most of the accesories work, i do not know if there are others missing, though it doesn't appear that there are any missing, and as i said this car was running as my daily driver before the fuel in the oil issue). the 84 according to the odometer and the title has only 84,000 miles, the 83 had roughly 125K when i parked it. The cars are currently sitting at my work and i have no issues with letting you take a look first hand, and discussing in person. I've attached a few shots i just took this morning, the cars are a bit dusty from sitting.