It wasn’t that long ago that 80s Porsche 911s were selling for something in the $10k-15k range in okay condition. It wasn’t that they were under priced…it was simply that there were a bunch of them sold…343,134 aircooled 911s from the first 4 generations (1963-1997) to be exact, and they were expensive to maintain/keep. But about a decade ago something clicked in the mind of buyers and prices have skyrocketed from affordable to silly. What is strange is that the watercooled front-engine 924/944/968 lineup (that put money in Porsche’s wallet so the business could continue to make 911s) didn’t get as much love from this Porsche appreciation frenzy…but that’s okay, because I still want to own one and I don’t want (or need) to raid the kids’ college fund to do so. Find this 1983 Porsche 944 offered for $9500 in Long Beach, CA via craigslist.
From the seller:
1983 porsche 944
cylinders: 4 cylinders
title status: clean
Up for sale my very clean and ready to enjoy 1983 Porsche 944. This car has a Clean California Title, 71,208 miles on the odometer, Blaupunkt radio in excellent working order with new pioneer speakers, equipped with Air-Conditioning, many new parts like New Timing Belt, New Fuel System components, New Cooling Hoses, New Shocks, New Heater and Air-Conditioning components, New Brake Booster and Cylinder, New Head Lamps with HID system, New Hella Fog Lamps, New Wiper Blades, New Starter and frankly too much to list. The car is freshly serviced with new fluids like new engine oil, coolant, brake fluid etc.
The car is in fantastic working order.
Includes spare tire, jack, tool kit and repair book. Asking price is $9,500 certainly a lot of car for the money. This car really honors the Porsche name. It is very well engineered, very well kept, it delivers the looks and performance a Porsche should have.
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