Show your 924, 944 and 968 car

Show your 924, 944 and 968 car

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dinkel

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25,755 posts

222 months

Thursday 10th December 2020
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924 and 944 are so underrated still. Amazing because they are fantastic cars. Excellent daily.

PTT

608 posts

85 months

Thursday 10th December 2020
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blade7

10,094 posts

180 months

Thursday 10th December 2020
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You're about 3 years late...

PTT

608 posts

85 months

Thursday 10th December 2020
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But your topic is not for the 924..

PTT

608 posts

85 months

Thursday 10th December 2020
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dinkel

Original Poster:

25,755 posts

222 months

Friday 11th December 2020
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They look pretty well used.

PTT

608 posts

85 months

Friday 11th December 2020
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They're for the roadtrip to Beijing next year..

blade7

10,094 posts

180 months

Friday 11th December 2020
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PTT said:
But your topic is not for the 924..
Because without a turbo, they're pretty dull.

ChrisW.

3,949 posts

219 months

Sunday 13th December 2020
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This one is mine ...

Edited by ChrisW. on Sunday 13th December 19:02

kingroon

90 posts

90 months

Monday 14th December 2020
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james.a.c.911

100 posts

32 months

Monday 14th December 2020
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ChrisW. said:


This one is mine ...

Edited by ChrisW. on Sunday 13th December 19:02
is that a genuine cup car?
Doesit get driven a lot?
looks awesome.

james.a.c.911

100 posts

32 months

Monday 14th December 2020
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This used to be mine. Dearly missed..




MickyveloceClassic

155 posts

23 months

Monday 14th December 2020
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My 924 GT, which replaced an ‘84 944 2.5 manual.

Nice though this was, I never really gelled with it, and the 944 was a much nicer road car.

ChrisW.

3,949 posts

219 months

Wednesday 16th December 2020
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james.a.c.911 said:
is that a genuine cup car?
Doesit get driven a lot?
looks awesome.
It's new to me, it has lived most of its life in Italy ... just registered in the UK.

As with most of us, waiting for better weather !

8-P

2,640 posts

224 months

Friday 18th December 2020
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Pedal_Loud

845 posts

223 months

Tuesday 22nd December 2020
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Just bought this. From here actually. '90 S2. My third 944 after running an S2 and a turbo back in the 2000s I decided to go back.



dinkel

Original Poster:

25,755 posts

222 months

Wednesday 23rd December 2020
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Is it that good?

MonkeyRacing

151 posts

171 months

Saturday 26th December 2020
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Pilotguy

302 posts

223 months

Saturday 2nd January
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Just watching the 944 Turbo episode of Wheeler Dealers, upgrading it from road to a track day/road use car (adjustable suspension, brakes, chip) wondered if it survived the intervening years, looked like a v v old episode? Just checked and it’s still MoT’d and Taxed - AAW944T - I’m presuming it’s on the same car and hasn’t just been transferred to another Grey Porsche.

Edited by Pilotguy on Saturday 2nd January 15:46

Pilotguy

302 posts

223 months

Saturday 2nd January
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Bit of an afternoon of Porsche on Quest today! As well as the 944 they showed the 2005 928 episodes (the 911 targa episodes were ok too). I looked for the 928 (WPO578T) on gov.uk too but saw that it hadn’t any MOT history and was 10 years past when it needed taxing. Oh well, thinks PG, the young lad that gave £6000 for it must have written it off! Then a bit later it popped up on a Google image search on https://www.mikebrewermotoring.com/features/wheele... with an interesting backstory. It’s also been sold on again via a classic car auction website. https://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C1089118