Currently, a service with change of all operating materials in connection with new Haupt- u. Exhaust emission test and H-report carried out. In addition, a pressure loss test and a compression diagram were created. All 4 cylinders have exactly between 11 and 11.2 bar compression pressure, and the pressure loss test yielded 0 !! Percent, ie not measurable losses in the combustion chamber area.
All these works (except for the current service) were carried out about 7 years ago, after which the 944s disappeared in the garage of its owner and since then has not been moved. The descendants now took care of the gentle revival and the above mentioned service work. H-acceptance with TÜV etc.
We now take care of the replacement of brand new, but just 8 years old tires, a thorough preparation and a further functional test of all electrical components such as the Targa roof, rear view mirrors, etc.
Unfortunately, the total mileage of this vehicle can not be determined at this time. Except for the essential documents such as vehicle-letter, bill, and above-mentioned bills in the amount of approximately € 25,000 are all other documents - still - lost and the second owner can not be questioned. However, the family continues to strive to find the in-flight kit, etc., and we do not give up hope.
This fact about the loss of Fzg documents as quickly as possible, and to focus directly back on the vehicle itself, in our view, the most sensible approach, because: a good car is and will remain a good car, no matter how much or Little patient paper describes his condition and / or underpins. Today's quality of the car itself changes in our view, not a bit, with or without verifiable history.
Note: EVERY automobile has a history. Also our 944er certainly had a sensational, carefree youth and could be accident-free - so to speak protected - grow old. Unfortunately, we do not know them yet, except for the complete restoration order of the second owner, who eventually led to the said bill of about € 25,000 and devoured a comprehensible total cost of approximately € 40,000, until he looked and drove like him it does today.
This fact alone can be meaningful conclusions about whether and how said second - and thus last owner - treated and maintained, because let's face it: who is already around € 40,000.- in a "normal" 944er?
We are therefore convinced that the car was treated with care even before its restoration, because accordingly sees his
original interior after 34 years now.
Therefore, dear reader, it is absolutely worthwhile to follow the course of this 944ers, which will now lead at least for another 35 years vigorous classic car life.