This first year 944 was special ordered in Pasadena yellow, with brown trim, and Berber tweed seat inserts, Heavy duty stabilizers front and rear, and protective side moldings. Of curse, it was already standard with an engine oil cooler, rack & pinion steering, all power dual diagonal disc brakes with a variable proportioning valve, front and rear spoilers, Bosch fog lights, black centered alloy wheels with 215/60x15 radial tires, Climate control air conditioning, fully tinted glass, tilt and removable sunroof (the biggest ever), electric rear window defroster, leather steering wheel, full thick pile carpets, and a 7 year anti-corrosion warranty from the factory...Dealer options included rear turbo spoiler, additional factory rustproofing, and paint sealant. Delivered new by Goodwin Motors in PA...Serviced there and Dick Horrigan Porsche by the original owner. This is a magnifisently well preserved example, still wearing its original paint, and serviced by an obsessive original owner! Complete with window sticker, spare tire, jack, tool kit, and car cover. MORE INFO AT WWW.AICAUTO.COM
Strange as it may sound today, there was a time when the Porsche company feared that the days were numbered for its rear-engine sports cars.
While browsing the many cars for sale on ClassicCars.com, I decided the Pick of the Day should be a Porsche.
With news of the Porsche Speedster “barn-find” buzzing throughout the office, I couldn’t help but feature a Porsche as my pick of the day. I set out to find the perfect Porsche on ClassicCars.com.
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