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1984 Porsche 944 Base Coupe 2-door 2.5l on 2040-cars

US $5,750.00
Year:1984 Mileage:76770 Color: This car has original paint in great condition for age with no rust or bond

Draper, Utah, United States

Draper, Utah, United States


Beautiful ‘stock’ 1984 Porsche 944 with all the badges and trimmings in very good condition. This 30 year old Porsche looks and drives very nice. Original car featured with a Porsche 2.5 litre 4 cylinder engine, 5-speed manual transmission, A/C, PW, PS, PB, cruise, original Blaupunkt Monterey am/fm/cassette player and Blaupunkt speakers, power antenna and Clifford alarm (key transmitter broken). Also have ‘original’ Porsche and dealer window stickers. $25,810.00 back in 1984.


Exterior: This car has original paint in great condition for age with no rust or bond, but some minor rock chips and dings for blemishes. Stone chip protectors have yellowed and cracked some, and could be removed or updated. Wheels are in great condition with Michelin Pilot XGT H4 P215/60R15 tires with about 60% tread left. All the original glass, trim, and badges, etc. are also in good condition.


Interior: Original tan and brown leather interior in very good condition with the exception of some leather wear through on driver’s seat bolster. See photos. Has power sunroof, power windows, power steering and brakes, power mirrors, cruise control, a/c, 5-speed manual, all original carpets and mats in very good condition, sunroof storage bag, spare tire and jack, and rear cargo cover.

Mechanical: Some servicing records included in sale. Replaced rear axle assembly, drivetrain service, major engine service with new plugs, fuel injector kit, air and fuel filters, new radiator, cooling hoses, water pump, timing belt (done 2x) , balance shaft belt, front crank seal, valve cover gasket, transaxle service, windshield washer pump, hood struts, and other minor things. Just had emissions and safety done in May and passed with flying colors and currently licensed to drive. Transmission is smooth and reliable with good clutch, great brakes, and smooth steering.

Seller reserves the right to sell the car locally. Pick up only or transport the car at the buyer's expense only. Deposit of $500.00US certified funds due at close with remaining balance paid within 7 days of auction close. Again, buyer responsible for pickup or all shipping costs.

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