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Loved these cars for 3 years now and this is a brilliant model in what looks like mint condition.. But I fear its going to end for stupid money, they always do :(
 
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That is nice Pud - what a brilliant ad that is - really comprehensive and the pics are spot on. So much better to see the car and what it has than trawl through the text.

Good luck matey :thumbs:
 

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Classic. One of the most underated pieces of machinery to of left a manufacturer's stable!:D I'd of loved one, so go for it chap, and hope you win her.:): Used to be one very similar in this neck of the woods which I admired on a number of occasions.
 
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I hope it's a good 'un, for your sake.

My dad's one (turbo as well, 1986 vintage) looked fantastic, and has been a bit of a lemon. Actually, it's been a lot of a lemon.

And the average Porsche dealership don't want anything to do with ordering parts for it, or working on it, so you're stuck with specialists or doing the work yourself.

But, when they're working well, a stunning car, no doubt. Good luck!
 

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it's ok ... personally I prefer the 911 that is hiding in his garage :thumbs:
 

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:eek: :eek: Hold on just spotted something!!! he's got Pirelli P6000's on it :eek: :eek: don't buy it what ever you do :lol: :lol:
 

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Ebay is just a traders market now. Long gone are the days of bargains. If you look at the all the bidders they are; Bidder 1, Bidder 2, etc. I still hop on there from time to time but always lose out of one of these traders who can afford to bid high.
 

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It looks cracking, even the interior looks good, and the steering wheel replacement is very sensitive to the interior. I always liked the S4 Convertible's as well, hankered after one in black for a while...

But like Chris, that 911 in the garage would be preferential ;)
 

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911 is always preferential, just for the flat-6 noise, but the 944 with M030 suspension handles far better :)

And the standard turbo's on these are good for 320bhp if you push it.. Not that I would with a classic like this :tut:
 

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But who am I kidding, there's no way I'll win on my budget.
 

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It's still looking relatively cheap ... are you still in the running???
 

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That looks like good fun, never seen a car with the steering wheel in the boot before, that will take some getting used to.
 

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That looks like good fun, never seen a car with the steering wheel in the boot before, that will take some getting used to.
:lol: I didn't see that first time round ...
 

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ive always prefered the 944 to the 911 but then again id have a 928 over both of them, 911 does bugger all for me(the current and previous turbo are brilliant though)
 

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I'm out..

£3k was my limit, I reckon this one will end closer to £5k, I watch these all the time and this is a mint one..
 

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It went for 3,850...
 
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