Gateway Classic Cars of Chicago is proud to present this recently
restored 1987 Porsche 944 S. The S model sat between the base 944
and the higher Turbo model as a way to have many of the chassis
upgrades fitted to the top of the line, without the complexity of
the turbocharger added to the engine. It was a true drivers car,
with aluminum control arms, a 2.5l DOHC engine paired to a 5-speed
manual transmission, and independent rear suspension to make sure
you were never wishing for more grip while hitting the apex around
a turn. This example has recently seen many component restored on
top of the already impressive maintenance history kept over the
years. The cylinder head saw a rebuild around 2015, where a new
timing belt kit was fitted upon reinstallation. The vehicle saw a
full repaint in 2022 to an updated version of the original color.
Get some sunlight on this body and be amazed with the luster that
bounces back to you. Many often overlooked components were tracked
down and either rebuilt, restored, or replaced. These include items
like the tail light housings, the shifter, several interior
components, fuel lines, and many others. Though the odometer reads
just over 170k miles, it drives like a much younger, and much newer
car thanks to all the hard work to freshen up this classic Porsche.
1987 Porsche 944
Exterior Color:Ocean Blue
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