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highbluff ave at san elijo road

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1990 Porsche 944 S2 cabriolet

VIN: wpocb2943ln481801
condition: excellent
cylinders: 4 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 69800
paint color: red
size: compact
title status: clean
transmission: manual
type: convertible

Let me start off by saying I do not want to sell this car. However, I have lost my garage storage today and fear that this amazing car will go down hill sitting outside. If you are not prepared to offer close to what I'm asking, please do not waste both of our time. I don't mean to come off like a jerk. I'm actually a very nice guy. Just being upfront. Thanks for understanding. I'm a PCA member too but don't hold that against me. LOL. Enough about me.

This car is in incredible condition. 69,800 original miles. That's not a typo kiddos. No cracks in the dash (common). No tears in the leather seats (common). No door dings. Paint still shines like new however some rock chips are present. The top is in perfect condition but has to be put up and down manually. The top motors probably need to be rebuilt. My mechanic got it working recently but once I got it home, it didn't work for me. The plastic window could be clearer but you can see through it and it is in good shape. The Pirelli P-Zeros have lots of tread on them. Minimal curb rash on the cup wheels if any. AC works and has been converted to R134. Rear brakes are new too. This car has been babied it's entire life. Sold new at Pioneer Centres here in San Diego more than 28 years ago. How cool is that? The timing belt was performed at 57,000 miles in 1996 but that was about 18 years ago so it is due again. Most shops will charge around $1,500-$1,800 for this. There is a small oil leak. This car sits for months at a time and when I move it, the oil spot is about the size of a quarter. Very minor. The carpet could use a good steam cleaning. The beige carpet doesn't hide dust and dirt at all. It's in good shape but needs a detail. There are some dash lights on due to when I had the speedometer fixed. They were not on before the repair but were after the instrument cluster was put back in. It's the caution light, the seatbelt light and another I can't think of off the top of my head. They do not effect getting the car smogged however. I may even get this fixed before I sell the car. I want full disclosure though. No surprises.

These cars are rare. Only around 1,800 cabriolets were imported into the US over 3 years. They are going up in value quickly. 944S2 cabs in this condition and mileage trade in the $25,000 range. I have backed off my price due to the top issues and the timing belt being due. And the color combo! Are you kidding me? Guards red with tan interior and black top? That is the holy grail kids! If this car is on your radar, this is one to come check out. I look forward to hearing from you.

  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

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