When you think 80's Porsches that aren't the 911, most first think of the 944. This front-engine Porsche is the successor of the thin-bodied 924 and is on its way to being the next investment-grade car for Porsche collectors.
This 1986 Porsche 944 has been restored and shows perfectly, putting you many steps ahead of other 944s in the market. The 2.5 liter engine is matted to a 5-speed manual transmission showing 131,000 original miles. This particular restoration includes over $15,000 in build records included in the sale. All climate controls, power steering, power brakes, and radio are in working condition with the cherry on top being the gold BBS wheels.
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