This 1983 Porsche 924 was first registered in April 1983. It was delivered in Zermatt silver metallic LY7Y with electric side mirrors M398 and leather sports steering wheel M431, cassette holder on the center console M423.
The current owner had the car seasonally registered from April to October and always parked in the underground car park. He is the 6th owner.
Story from the owner:
The previous owner had it as a third car in the heated garage, I picked it up there and he in turn had it from a collector from Northern Germany.
I had all repairs carried out when I changed lanes and the car passed the TÜV test in May without a flaw. Valid until 05.2023
I've lived in Berlin for almost 20 years, I've never owned a car, but I've always enjoyed driving, but it was never necessary to own a car.
I still remember the 924 from the 80s very well and a few years ago there was a golden 924 in the neighborhood and I realized again how much I love this car. There was still no logical reason to buy a car, but I kept digging into the idea. 2.5 years ago I asked a friend (who specializes in classic cars) if he could help me get a 924 in good condition and it all happened very quickly.
I'm not superstitious, but everything went together with this car. The previous owner lived a few towns from my in-laws, built in 1983 (just like me) and the date of first registration is my brother's birthday. My wife also fell in love with the car straight away, and over the past three summers we have taken various trips in the most beautiful car in the world.
It is with a heavy heart that we part with the car, as we have unfortunately not had the time to use it properly since the birth of our little daughter and the car is far too beautiful to rot in the garage.
When my daughter is out of the woods I will definitely come back to the 924 Owners' Club. I love this car.
Mileage according to the speedometer 69,151km. According to the workshop and the signs of use, they assume that it has a maximum of 169,000 km on the clock. At the beginning the owner had the shock absorbers completely renewed and then had small things repaired.
The car is in a very well preserved original condition. It appears to be mostly in its original color.
The paint layer thickness is usually between 180-250 μm and no signs of an accident were found. It was probably painted on the left rear, because the paint is 200-300 μm thick and you can see a little paint on the rubber of the rear window.
One of the previous owners switched the front seats from black pinstripes to full leather seats. Upgrade to the turbo wheels.
This Porsche 924 is a perfect entry-level classic with rising prices. It has a daily driver condition which makes it a perfect city car to be enjoyed for weekday shopping and driving on country roads at the weekend.