1984 Porsche 944 With Title on 2040-cars
New London, Minnesota, United States
Offering a 1984 Porsche 944 With Title.
The car is very complete except for the rims & tires.
This car is very solid, no rust.
The odometer shows 33,000 but not sure it that is accurate.
There is some minor damage on the front. The car has an electric sunroof.
All the glass is in good condition, no cracks.
The car did run but now it either needs a fuel pump or has electrical problems. I cannot get it to start.
The interior is very complete. Both seats do have rips but can be repaired. It is missing the factory radio.
It also includes the key & title. There are also many extra parts in the back.
This car could easily be restored for a daily driver or could be used for the body for a
race car on the circle track.
Please email with any questions.
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