1988 Porsche 924S SE

This article was posted on Tuesday, October 16, 2018 on the Porsche Club of America website, written by Rob Sass.  Take a look at https://www.pca.org/news/2018-10-16/why-1988-porsche-924s-se-porsche-we-should-all-be-shopping.  

As a member of the Porsche Club of America, I get notifications from time to time of their “News Updates.”  This one appeared this week saying that the 1988 Porsche 924S “Special Edition” is the one we should all be shopping for.

The article tells the story of the approximately 990 924S SE cars that were produced, with 500 or so coming to North America.  They were offered in black with no sunroof, manual window cranks, a manual outside mirror, grey cloth seat fabric and maroon carpets.  The suspension was adjustable, and they were lighter than the stock 1988 924S.

IMG_0541.jpgWe have had five of them at 924S944.com, and currently have two.

Take a look at the article…interesting…


Author: Kevin Duffy, Author and Chief Geek

Kevin Duffy is a retired Associate Professor of Criminal Justice at Daytona State College in Florida and a dedicated car guy. He now spends his time with Porsche 924S, 944's and 968's in his backyard shop. He is active in the Porsche Club of America, and he concentrates on 924S and the 924S Special Editions, doing rescues and restorations.

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