1990 Porsche 944 S2 Rare Baltic Blue 4 Cylinder 3.0 Engine VIN: WP0AB2944LN450337 New Jersey License Plate Location: New York Price: $12,000 Click Here for Ad The Porsche 944S2 is worth mentioning. It is not a low production car by most Porsche production numbers. There were 3,650 made in 3 years for the US Markets, but only 449 delivered in 1990. Porsche 911 pricing has gone through the roof and are out of reach for many enthusiasts these days. I think people are starting to discover the Porsche 944 and 944 Turbo cars as well as the 928 models for their performance and value. They are a lot of bang for the buck. Porsche introduced these cars in 1989 and they made 208hp from a normally aspirated dual overhead cam 16 valve 3.0 Liter version of the 944 engine. It was the largest production 3.0 Liter 4 cylinder engine of its time.
Aston Martin Restorations at the Heritage Center in UK. I love restoration videos like this. This is by Fifth Gear.
1955 Porsche 356 Speedster VIN: 80719 Odometer: 80,243 miles Location: Los Angeles Currently on Ebay at $155,356 0 bids reserve not met 4 days left Click Here for Ebay Ad Here is a local speedster for sale in Los Angeles. Looks like an honest car and not a garage queen. Im curious to see where the bidding stops in 4 days. Probably worth checking out if you are in the market for one.
1958 Porsche 356A 1600 Coupe Project Location: Brook Park, Ohio Current Bid: $1,025 US Dollars as of 11.3.16 Click for Ebay Ad I personally love 356A coupes and convertibles. They are amazing and nostalgic all at the same time. I am always a fan of anyone brave enough to take on a car restoration ike this. It requires alot of time and deep pockets to do it right. I love seeing cars that are documented from Day 1 to the first drive. Its very exciting to see. This car is worth saving but this car requires almost too much work. Do you agree? I am not so sure you could restore this without being upside down financially. There are so few 356A cars left that it is the Porsche enthusiast’s obligation in life to restore them. I know there are people who would love to turn this into a 356A Speedster. Blasphemy?