924S Special Edition: It is well past time to talk about these special cars, their history, and especially how to know if you found a good one.
Porsche 944/924S: Replacing the rollers when doing a timing belt service has always been recommended. This is why.
It has been said that if you own a 10mm, 13mm, 17mm and a 19mm wrench, you can take care of almost any nut or bolt on a Porsche.
Road Trip with COVID-19: So how do you go out, enjoy the Spring and your Porsche and still stay safe from the dreaded coronavirus?
I found the membership of the Florida Citrus Region PCA introduced me to great people, accepting, and at that time, interested in my strange front-engined cars.
924S Won’t Start After a Year…learn how to methodically diagnose a “no start” with your Porsche 944/924S
What does it really cost to own and drive a 944 or one of its variants? Does it make financial sense? Let’s take a look.
We are planning our 2021 924S944.com Calendar. We want to include photos from all over the world – 924, 924S and 944, outlaw, race cars or whatever.
The latest rescue story is a silver 924S that suffered a broken timing belt, then sat for over a year, partially disassembled.
944Fest 2020 is scheduled for September 18-20 at Summit Point Raceway in West Virginia.
It does our collective hearts good to see this next generation becoming gear heads, especially Porsche gear heads, and extra special to make them front-engine water-cooled Porsche gear heads.
The planning and researching for an outstanding vacation is a big part of the process – and takes time, family conferences and some bargaining with each other. Who has the time for all that? Well, thank you COVID-19…we seem to have a little extra time with the family these days.
COVID-19 and The Market: What’s Happening? And What Can I Do?
So is a running, driving car really a rescue? Yes and no. In this case, the car showed well with decent paint and interior, and seemed to run well. The bottom, however, was another story. That story unfolded on the lift.
The “stay home quarantine” has allowed us to catch up on our Porsche projects, as well as other projects around the house. So when this is over we will have running Porsches that are cleaned up and shiny with updated maintenance, ready to go. So what are we going to do?
Many of us are auto racing junkies, and we are deprived at this trying time. Worldwide, racing is canceled. What are we to do?