A wise man once told me that something was worth exactly what someone would pay for it. How true. So when I get the question, “What is my 944 worth,” … Continue Reading What’s My Car Worth?
8-26-19: Building is up, insulation is sprayed in and concrete floor is coated with grey stain. Electric is this week, then inside walls! Fourteen years ago we bought a house … Continue Reading 924S944.com Is Getting New Quarters: UPDATE
So you know about cars in general, and you know a little about the 944-series of Porsches. You want one, but face it – these cars are 25-35 years old. … Continue Reading Conducting Your Own Pre-Purchase Inspection
The infamous 48 Hours of Sebring is a PCA Club Race on the full course at Sebring International Speedway, held each year at the beginning of February. This year, the 26th … Continue Reading 48 Hours of Sebring: Come Join Us
The first major redesign in 1985 – designated as “Series II” cars – are typically called “eighty-five-and-a-half” cars. These are easily identified by the new dashboard and console featuring an oval gauge cluster.
Back on April Fool’s Day 2018 we published an article here about the reintroduction of the 944 by Porsche – total fabrication, Happy April Fool’s Day!. Anyway, it was by far the most popular, talked about and read article ever published on this site. Even though there was another article explaining that it was all shenanigans, we still get mentions, reads and questions about Porsche’s intentions with the “new 944.”
The FCR has over a thousand members who could attend, bringing something north of six hundred Porsches to any event. Monthly meetings usually bring fifty or more together, and this night was no exception.
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 … Continue Reading 1988 Porsche 924S SE
This article was written by Josh Hickey and published on the GrassrootsMotorSports forum on September 26. For those looking for ideas on a rear seat delete, this is one that keeps a folding seat back that can keep heavy things in the hatch area, but also provides a storage area in the back seat area.
Since the Cup drivers only see two road courses a year, seeing them attempt to negotiate Charlotte’s 2.2 mile, very tight road course would prove to be interesting to say the least.
Sparky was parked next to the front door next to Nort Northam’s 1970 Dino 246L – yes, a “real” Dino. This one was built with an alloy body (instead of steel, hence the “L” designation for “Light”), the 2.4L 195HP V6 was fully restored in the past few years.
On my Hagerty news feed yesterday this article came up – Ten Tempting Classics for Under $10K. Guess who is on top?
The minute that the deal was sealed, I knew that I had made a grave error. This was one of the nicest 924S cars I had ever seen, and I was short-sighted enough to trade it away for money.
For the 944, there were actually two engine designs on the table – a 3.5L V6, which was essentially a 928 engine with two cylinders missing, or an inline four cylinder, half of a 928 engine.
The D-Production version of the 924 was a factory kit that made the 924 into an SCCA D-Production monster. Al Holbert, Doc Bundy and others campaigned these cars in the early 80’s at SCCA events all over the country.
So let’s look at this in a more realistic light. Porsche is definitely NOT bringing back the 944, and I cannot find anything definitive on a Panamera Coupe.