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1986 Porsche 944 Turbo-46k Miles-excellent Cond. Properf. Upgrades- Very Fast on 2040-cars

US $19,550.00
Year:1986 Mileage:44700
Location:

Hagatna, Guam, Guam

Hagatna, Guam, Guam

1986 PORSCHE 944 TURBO
44700 ORIGINAL MILES
5-SPEED
MANY PERFORMANCE UPGRADES
COMPUTER CHIP
LARGER TURBO
ALUMINUM HEADERS
3" EXHAUST SYSTEM
DYNO FLOW MUFFLER
FLAME THROWER ELECTRONIC IGNITION/COIL
K&N OIL & AIR FILTER
 
PERFORMANCE PARTS, TURBO, ENGINE, TUNING ALL PERFORMED BY FISCHER MOTORS IN BARRINGTON, ILLLINOIS. FISCHER IS OWNER OPERATORS OF MIDWEST PORSCHE RACING TEAM. CAR RUNS AMAZING. YOU WILL NOT BE DISSAPOINTED. 
 
REMEMBER THIS CAR IS LOCATED IN GUAM USA.  COST TO SHIP TO CALIFORNIA FOR EXAMPLE IS ABOUT 2200USD ON FREIGHTER.  OPEN TO SELLING CAR TO JAPAN, ASIA, AUSTRAILIA, RUSSIA AND OTHER ASIAN COUNTRIES.
 
BID WITH CONFIDENCE-SOLD MANY CARS ON EBAY WITH VERY HAPPY FEEDBACKS.
THANKS FOR LOOKING.
 
NOTE: PHOTOS WERE TAKEN IN CHICAGO, JUST BEFORE I SHIPPED CAR HERE TO ME IN GUAM* NO SNOW IN GUAM!
 
 
 
 
 
 
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