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Parts for your 924, 924S and 944 Cars
Advice on keeping them on the road

We have what some have called an unhealthy addiction to the 76-91 Porsche 924, 924S and 944 NA cars. We race 924S cars in ITS in SCCA, and an early 924 in SCCA ITB. The ITS 924S cars are far from competitive, but they handle well and are inexpensive to race – so we go with them. Oh, yea, we have lots of spare parts and lots of experience with these cars, so there is no learning curve involved.

We have put together a bunch of spare parts and a bunch of spare cars. We do not use Ebay to sell parts. Instead, we have our own little network of Porsche front-engine 4cyl nut cases to keep us in parts and keep them in parts. We also help each other with technical advice and moral support.

When we find a car abandoned in a back yard that is well beyond saving, we pick it up and dismantle it – carefully – then catalog the parts so we can find them when we need them. The ones that can be saved are rebuilt to make them daily drivers, and then we sell them. We do most of our own work, and when we have to use someone else, we choose wisely. We have real jobs and do this in our spare time, which means that we aren’t trying to make a boat payment on the part that you need.

Want to be one of us? You can be. Bookmark this page and come back often. Need something? Use the Contact Us form and let us know what you need. Have a question? We may be able to answer it, or provide you with someone who can.

We are located in Orange City, FL which is located about halfway between Daytona Beach and Orlando along I-4. Nice place to live…

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  1. Just discovered you via FaceBook. I love the water-cooled Porsches. I have owned five Porsches (2 911a and 2 914s) and the early 924 was my favorite along with my 2-litre 914. The balance of the 924 gives imbues it with a stance and grip that simply seems so much more stable, more fun and more comfortable than the 911. I have been contemplating building a 924-944. What do you think of Broadfoot’s engines?

  2. Albert builds a great engine. His stuff is always top quality. Be careful, though, on the specs that you build – it is easy to get crazy and go a little overboard with compression, cam, induction, etc. When comparing the 924S/944 to today’s cars, they are underpowered, but they are also small and light. The urge to push the 2.5 NA past 200 HP is very tempting, but you will lose out at the other end – dependability and longevity.

    What I like most about these cars is that they are easy and fun to drive; in near-stock form, they are dependable and will last almost forever. My first 924 was a ’78 that gave us 250K miles. I had an M030 Club Sport 924S that was well over 200K miles.

    That said, the WEB cam really wakes up these engines. The tube exhaust that is the stock header is great. Stock induction will get you 25 mpg all day.

    Try to keep your car as close to “stock” as you can. The cars that are returning the most money today are “as delivered.” The highly-modified cars are not returning the money spent on them. Make your car drive well, make sure that you make everything work as designed (including things like mirrors and dome lights) and just enjoy it.

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