Lot 218 - 1987 Porsche 94
|£7,000 - £12,000
The 944 was to feature new styling based upon the Le Mans styled Porsche 924 Carrera GT, along with a brand-new Porsche-designed and developed 2.5 litre, four cylinder engine. Sales of the 168bhp coupé went through the roof with a massive 26,800 Porsche 944s being produced by the end of 1982. To put this figure into context, the entire Porsche company made just 28,000 cars in 1981. The new Porsche owners were attracted by the stunning looks and presence of the model and in 1985, the 'Lux' coupé arrived with a completely new interior design dominated by a smooth, sweeping oval dashboard. This severed all ties with the 924 and completed the move upmarket for the 944. The dash provided improved ergonomics for the instruments with all useful components and buttons placed close at hand.
With so many built, they were a familiar sight on UK roads however, it is fair to say that relatively few pristine examples still exist. This, however, represents one such example. Presented in Arctic White with deep red leather interior, it is difficult to find fault with this car. The interior is lovely and clearly had just 81,000 very careful miles driven and the exterior is superb. Included in the sale is a UK V5C document, comprehensive files which detail a full service history as well as an MoT test certificate valid until April, 2018. This Porsche is a fine example of this particular model and viewing is strongly advised/recommended to appreciate the beautiful condition of this car.
Previous lotLot 217 - 1996 Mercedes-Benz SL 320 Roadster
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