Gateway Classic Cars of Fort Lauderdale is lucky to offer this
sharp 1989 Porsche 944 in red on black. The last 944 we had
available lead to an annoyingly high number of calls and emails.
All kidding aside, we know you Porsche fans just love these things
so we are delighted to have another to offer. Outwardly this
autobahn leader still looks darn good despite being 33 years since
it rolled off the assembly line. The body looks good, as does fit
and finish. And it comes with a nice set of chrome plated alloy
wheels, which really set it off. As if it being a red 944 was not
already enough. Inside the car looks quite good. The interior shows
little wear, and would not take much to be spectacular. The owner
indicates all installed options are working, including air
conditioning, AM/FM/CD radio, sunroof, power windows-mirror-seats,
power steering and power brakes. Pop the hood and you'll find
Porsche's base 2.7-liter, eight-valve 4 cylinder engine rated at
163 hp, connected to the preferred 5-speed manual transmission.
While it may not sound like a lot of ponies by today's standards,
don't tell the car that because it will show you a very good time.
944's are very good looking cars, little brother to the larger V8
928's but to some, much better looking. Here is a vintage Porsche
you can have fun with on a budget, and get thumbs up wherever you
1989 Porsche 944
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