Porsche 944 Coupé
- interior in superb condition
- original bills present
- low mileage
Introduced in 1982, the 944 bridged the price and performance gap between the 924 and the 911 SC.
Although the body of the 944 was based on the 924, it had considerably more striking contours. The 944 also featured a 2.5-litre in-line four-cylinder engine developed by Porsche. The 944 was therefore viewed as a “true” Porsche in the eyes of customers.
This car has remarkably only covered 34,700 miles and 2 owners from new.
The original bill of sale is still in the history file outlining its optional equipment when ordered new on the 19th October 1988. The interior is in superb condition, it gives you a real sense of how these cars left the factory!
Finished in Guards Red, this 944 has recently received a major service from Porsche Centre Reading with only Porsche Centre stamps in its service book. This is surely one of the most original 944’s still in existence!
An excellent example of a 944 that is ready to be enjoyed today, please enquire today to register your interest.
More about the “Transaxle Era” here: The transaxle era – When Porsche redefined itself