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1986 Porsche 944 5-Speed

Winning Bid:
$8,456

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1986 Porsche 944 5-Speed

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1986 Porsche 944 5-Speed

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1986 Porsche 944 5-Speed

High Bidder:  Shaddi7

Auction Type:  Reserve

Winning Bid: $8,456 (USD)

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Chassis/VIN:

WP0AA0942GN452360

Location:

Farmington, Minnesota

Odometer:

174,205 (Mi)

Lot Number:

21089743

Engine:

2.5L I4

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Manual

Carfax:

Winning Bid: $8,456 (USD)

High Bidder:  Shaddi7

Auction Type:  Reserve

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Chassis/VIN:

WP0AA0942GN452360

Location:

Farmington, Minnesota

Odometer:

174,205 (Mi)

Lot Number:

21089743

Engine:

2.5L I4

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Manual

Carfax:

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Vehicle Story

This rust-free 1986 Porsche 944 is a German sports coupe that receives power from a replacement 2.5-liter inline-4 paired with a 5-speed manual transaxle and a limited-slip differential. The seller has owned the vehicle for six years and performed maintenance during that time. Equipment includes fog lamps, a spoiler, and 15-inch "phone dial" wheels. Finished in Guards Red over a black leather interior, this 944 is now offered with a clean CARFAX report and a clear Minnesota title in the seller’s name.

The 944 model initially debuted as a front-engine, rear-wheel-drive car based on the 924 platform in 1982. Assembled in Stuttgart, Germany, all 944 models destined for North America had larger bumpers when compared to cars for other markets. A refresh was carried out in 1985 that included changes to the standard equipment, windshield design, and other areas. This 944 from 1986 has a rust-free body finished in Guards Red (LM3A). The exterior features pop-up headlamps, black bumper guards and window trim, an electric sunroof, and an integrated rear spoiler.

Silver-finished aluminum 15-inch "phone dial" wheels are set inside of tires with roughly half of their tread remaining, according to the seller. The four-wheel independent suspension is assisted by front and rear stabilizer bars. Braking comes via four-wheel ventilated discs.

The cockpit is trimmed in black leather for the high-back bucket front seats, which coordinate with the door panels, center console, dash, carpeting, floor mats, and rear seats. Features include air conditioning, power windows, power mirrors, intermittent wipers, tinted glass, and power door locks.

Instrumentation consists of a 170-mph speedometer, a 7K-rpm tachometer, and auxiliary gauges for the fuel level, fuel economy, coolant temperature, oil pressure, and voltage. The six-digit mechanical odometer reads 174K miles; the last mileage figure entered on the CARFAX report in June of 2003 was 119,400 miles. The seller notes that the coolant temperature gauge is inoperative.

The naturally aspirated 2.5-liter inline-4 uses a single overhead camshaft with fuel injection and was given ratings of 150 horsepower and 142 lb-ft of torque when new. The motor was replaced prior to the seller’s ownership and has received a new timing belt. Oil changes have been carried out by the seller over the past six years. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a console-shifted 5-speed manual transaxle and a limited-slip differential.

The CARFAX report shows long-term Minnesota ownership since 1987 and a vehicle history free of accidents or damage.

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Comments & Questions

May 18, 2022
11:10 AM

BID: $8,456

May 18, 2022
09:54 AM

BID: $8,356

May 18, 2022
08:26 AM

BID: $8,200

May 18, 2022
07:24 AM

BID: $8,100

May 18, 2022
07:14 AM
Seller

Engine was replace with used engine that had 80,000 miles on it. Everything works great.

May 18, 2022
05:29 AM

BID: $8,000

May 18, 2022
04:38 AM

Was the replacement engine new or used? If it was used, how many miles were on it? Also, other than the coolant gauge, is there anything else that's not working or needs attention?

May 17, 2022
06:44 AM
Seller

Engine replaced at 130,000 miles. A/C works great. 1 hairline crack in dash. I would rate the interior and exterior a 9. It's in great shape.

May 17, 2022
03:31 AM

At what mileage was the engine replaced? Does the A/C blow cold? . Dash cracks? On a scale of 1-10 how would you rate the interior and paint? Thanks

May 15, 2022
11:59 AM

BID: $7,500

May 15, 2022
09:52 AM

@MahneFrame – Thinking 1st car for my kid. Manual so he can’t be on the phone. How’s the maintenance? And I want the coolant gauge to operate so what was the cost to get that fixed. Kinda a super important gauge to have working. So my educated guess is it’s like a $1800 fix or something and that’s why it isn’t fixed already. Let me know please. ...

You kids first car are you kidding me? Unbelievable

May 14, 2022
02:25 PM

BID: $3,500

May 14, 2022
08:35 AM

Thinking 1st car for my kid. Manual so he can’t be on the phone. How’s the maintenance? And I want the coolant gauge to operate so what was the cost to get that fixed. Kinda a super important gauge to have working. So my educated guess is it’s like a $1800 fix or something and that’s why it isn’t fixed already. Let me know please.

May 14, 2022
06:28 AM

BID: $3,100

May 12, 2022
09:41 AM

BID: $3,000

May 12, 2022
06:43 AM

BID: $1,000

May 12, 2022
05:41 AM

BID: $701

May 11, 2022
10:41 PM

BID: $600

May 11, 2022
02:14 PM

BID: $500

May 11, 2022
05:58 AM

BID: $350

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