Philip Raby Porsche Porsche Sales and Service This Porsche 944 S2 is finished in rare Tahoe Blue Metallic and looks absolutely stunning. It has had just four owners from new and has obviously been well looked after and is very original, inside and out. It really is a joy to behold and to drive. The interior is finished in Linen leather and is all in refreshingly good condition, with a sunroof. There is a modern Sony radio/CD head unit and remote locking and immobiliser system. The Porsche is complete with a sunroof bag, luggage compartment blind, and original toolkit and tyre compressor. The car comes with all its original booklets in their leather wallet, and the service record has been kept up to date, with stamps in the book and some invoices. The all-important cambelt was changed at 117,000 miles. The S2 was the last and best of the 944 range, with a wonderfully torquey and powerful 3.0-litre engine. The combination of front engine and rear-mounted transmission gives a near 50/50 weight distribution which ensures predictable and precise handling. This, coupled with unsurpassed build quality, makes the 944 a formidable machine. It is an increasingly sought-after modern classic t
My 1989 Porsche 944S2. Started life as a 2.7litre automatic, light gold, black cloth interior, sunroof, 106,000km. It had a minor accident on the front left corner. I got an abandoned 89-944S2 and converted. The swap included: engine, transmission, suspension, brakes, fuel lines, computer, wiring harness, fuse box, instrument cluster front fender/wings, front bumper, rear spoiler, side trim, side skirts. New parts include: timing belt, water pump, tensioner rollers, clutch, torque tube bearings, air filter, fuel filter, fuel pump, oil filter, differential oil, engine oil, cam chain tensioner, steel braided brake hoses. The car runs perfect. The only issue is a poor colour match on the front fenders.
Porsche has had a checkered past when it comes to its entry-level cars. The 914 was fraught with political controversy from very early in its life, thanks to a handshake agreement between Porsche and Volkswagen gone awry when VW ushered in a new chief and Porsche was left footing the bill for development. In classic Porsche fashion, they persevered and the 914 went on to be sales success. But by 1975 production had ended and a replacement was badly needed. The 912E, a stopgap built for one year only, was not a well-built car. Porsche scrambled to find a suitable entry level offering, so it seemed a bit curious then, that they would again look toward Volkswagen for partnership in its junior sports car. A new front-engine, rear drive sports car was already being developed by VW and Audi, to be sold by VW, Audi and Porsche as part of their marketing alliance. But just like the 914 before it, VW/Audi pulled out financial support and killed the project. Porsche, being left high and dry yet again, took over the project and developed the car into the 924, which utilized an Audi-sourced, water-cooled 2-liter four cylinder engine and rear mounted transaxle. Buyers and critics enjoyed the be
Having been meticulously maintained throughout its life by Porsche main dealers or specialists, the 944 is in excellent mechanical order. It had the all-important cambelt change at 82k miles and a replacement clutch at 90k miles. The last service was undertaken in August this year at 100,717 miles, less than 60 miles ago.
I HAVE THIS BEAUTIFUL PORSCHE 944 FOR SALE ;THIS IS A 1993 CAR SO PLS DONT EXPECT A NEW CAR THAT CAME OUT THE FACTORY ;;JUST HAD AN MOT SO HAS 11 MONTHS LEFT ;FULLY VALETED ;DRIVES VERY WELL ;2.5 PETROL ;THIS CAR WILL NEED SOME LOVE AND CARE ;I HAVE PRICED TO SELL ;ONLY GBP 2000 ;MILAGE SHOWES 35800 not warranted;CAR WAS PARKED FOR MANY YEARS ;FIRST TO SEE WILL BUY ;;LOACTED IN BARRY ;CALL FOR VIEWING
Type: Used Year: 1992 Make: PORSCHE Model: 944 Trim: S2 Cabriolet Body: Convertible Trans: Manual Mileage: 95000 Engine Size: 3000 Ext Color: White with Blue Hood with Blue Leather