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1993 porsche 968 turbo 78,000 miles one owner with all records. recient tune up, oil change and service. this car has the largest 4 cylinder ever built and is rated by Hemmings magazine as the most under rate and priced sports car that was ever built. 140 mph plus or 30 mpg highway on mid grade gas. trades considered SOME OwnerFinancing considered
Pop Quiz!
What do you do with a 968 that snapped its timing belt and rendered the cylinder head a door stop?
A - Find a used cylinder head, get a valve job, slap her back together.
B - Shoehorn the engine out and transplant it with some shitty domestic V6 or V8.

I'd opt for A, but if you chose B than the content in this website is not for you.
Not only is this not a turbo as advertised by this slimy guy, it's a supercharger on a V-something so it's no longer the 'largest 4 cylinder ever built.'  As for the price? Well you done screwed yourself by doing the engine swap because the value of it now is half your asking price...and that's being generous. For what it cost to do the swap, providing it was done correctly, you could've fixed the head and kept the value. Last I checked, a head without cams for these babies is around two and a half large. Steep, but it would be the right thing to do. 

the most under rate and priced sports car that was ever built.  
What the shit does this mean? Grammar check please...

140 mph plus or 30 mpg highway on mid grade gas. 
So I get a choice of either? Mid grade gas? What an a-hole. 
 


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