1989 Porsche 944S2 original condition low mileage survivor!
Excellent West Coast (Sacramento dealer) car with only 95,000 miles
Red exterior (original paint)
White interior (partial leather front seats)
Polished cup wheels with Continental Extreme Contact tires
Custom Alpine stereo, cassette/radio/CD
Koni/M030 coilover front struts with custom alignment, LSD (limited slip rear)
Documented service records
No wrecks/No excuses/No rust with a clear and clean title
This car is 'dialed in' and ready to go!
In addition to the S2 standard equipment the car came with the following option codes (for VIN# ending in KN452147):
M-437/438 (Power Seats), 454 (CC), 533 (Alarm System), 593 (ABS), 650 (Electric Sunroof), 946 (partial Leather Front Seats). The paint code is LM3A.
In addition this car has had Koni coilover front struts and rear shocks installed back in 2008 with a custom alignment, LSD retrofit (no documents on this one and not one of the option codes), short-shift kit w/Swepco blue gear oil, K&N air filter, R12 refrigerant conversion, MSD SCI w/coil and custom plug wires.
I have owned the car for 5yrs as a collector/hobbyist and purchased it from a dealer (3rd owner) in Bellingham, WA, who owned it for about 1yr before putting it on his sales lot. I have the original dealer invoice from Niello Porsche in Sacramento, CA, the manuals, tire pump/tool kit, and a box of service records/receipts showing service history. The timing belts and rollers were last replaced approximately 20,000 miles ago and the DOHC cam chain and rub blocks at about 90k. The car also shows a new clutch installation at around 70k.
Steve 509 551 7330 (Kennewick, WA 99337)
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