For sale is my 1987 944 race car. I started preparing the car for driving events and 944 challenge. I haven't had time to get out to the track in several years now and it only makes sense to sell the car to someone who can use it.
The car has not been raced, and has only been to 3-4 DE events. Has good clear title and it can be street driven. Car was a one owner car when i purchased it. had been regularly serviced. Comes with Koni double adjustable coil overs up front with 675lb eibach race springs Bilstein coil overs in the rear with 175lb springs in addition to stock sport suspension torsion bars. also included are a set of new ERP 31mm torsion bars for the rear as well as some urethane bushings.
6pt schroth harness on the drivers side, 5 point g-force harness on the passenger side. Recaro Racing seat on driver's side, sparco on passenger side.
Auto power Roll Bar
17" Forgeline RS 5 spoke wheels on street tires.
16" forged porsche "flat" wheels as spares.
lots of other spares
968 Club Sport Sway Bars
Manual Steering Conversion
Recent Cylinder Head Rebuild
Recent Rod bearings
Air Conditioning Deleted
All Four brake calipers rebuilt
New Stainless Steel Braided Brake Hoses
New Stainless Steel Clutch Hose and New Master and Slave Cylinders
New Hawk HPS Pads and New Sebro Rotors all four corners
This enthusiast did a hell of a lot of work on this car...and the price seems very reasonable. But here's what I really dig; the late wheel offset, spare engine, Gullideckel wheels, manual steering, 968 sway bars, and...the color combo. There's something magical about the flat black exterior contrasted with the gloss orange interior...makes the lips pucker.
What would I do with this car? Leave it the way it is and use it specifically to pick up a case of beer from a boozer 50 miles away...using only the back roads to get there. http://dayton.craigslist.org/cto/4327569842.htmlhighball!pablo
hell, looks like I can get at least four cases of pabst in between the roll bar.