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Old 01-13-2006, 12:03 AM   #1
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My 924th Post

OK, I recently picked up an 88 924s. Build date 10/87, so she's legal, barely.
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Here's the topless pic.
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Here's a naked pic - I've stripped off the front sheetmetal, you can see it's bent slightly to the passenger's side, and the driver's side is pushed back a bit. Going to the body shop in a couple of weeks to get this taken care of.
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Here's a before pic from the previous owner.
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If anyone was ever wondering, or don't believe unless you see it yourself, an early offset wheel doesn't quite fit on a 924s
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Old 01-13-2006, 12:39 AM   #2
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Damn shes fine.
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Old 01-13-2006, 12:40 AM   #3
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well I wanted to say it... so...
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shesh....i'd hit that.
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Is it joke for you guys to own a car that has model name starting with "924"? No matter whether it is "S", "Turbo" or NA?
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Old 01-13-2006, 11:33 AM   #6
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shesh....i'd hit that.
Thanks, but somebody already took care of that. Totaled it in fact. The really odd thing is I unbolted the nose panel and checked the fit on another car. It isn't bent at all. Neither is the bumper, it's just scuffed and one of the pads is ripped off. The only place the hood is bent is by the passenger side hinge, and you can barely see it.

I pulled all the parts I need from my 944 parts car. I'd maybe like to fit some sort of spoiler to the front of the car but I'm not sure what's out there.

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Is it joke for you guys to own a car that has model name starting with "924"? No matter whether it is "S", "Turbo" or NA?
No, I don't think it's a joke car. When the 924 body style was reintroduced in '86 (87 in US) it made a Porsche available at a lower price point. In my opinion they should have all been like the 924SE, no sunroof, manual windows, etc, just a basic car with no extra junk to weigh the car down. Maybe the ROW cars were like that, I don't know.
Now that I have the two cars side by side I like the lines of the 944. Some people think the 944 looks "fat", and that's not phat. To each his own. Also, I wll say it's been a long time since I"ve been in a car with the early interior, and I like the later dash much better than the early one.
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I think I actually hit that.


In 1988.......

Dig the topless pic. By the looks of the air dam for the sun roof, it was cold that day.....
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924S is in all extents and purposes a 944 just lighter and with a lower drag coaficient...

Personally i like the looks of the 924 better then a 944, and in no way is it a "joke" car.
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Sry guys, it just seems to me, that for a lot of people 924 is some sort of car to make fun of (Bashing "war" in Pelican forums some time ago for example). I agree, they've never been hp-monsters. I've never driven on a 90hp US-version 924, but Euro versions with 125hp has decent performance.
Maybe I'm just little bit paranoyed about that 924-non-real-Porsche thing, but I've owned some different Porsches and driven lots of them due to my occupation and I feel the urge to defence 924 against "attacks"
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You stripped her? Was that on the first date?!?
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Old 01-13-2006, 05:17 PM   #11
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You stripped her? Was that on the first date?!?
Keep in mind this is Wisconsin, so it was also his sister.
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Keep in mind this is Wisconsin, so it was also his sister.
Hey - that's only Jackson county, or apparently also Door county.

No, not right away. She's been hanging around the house for about a month now. I picked this one up, then stripped everything I hoped I'd need off my 944 before getting rid of that tub. It's been so warm out lately I've been able to get outside and work on it without my fingers freezing up.

One fun thing - the previous owner's idea of a dme relay was a toggle switch on the dash, and to the right was off, to the left was on. So I killed the battery right away. Another project - another day.
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Hey - that's only Jackson county, or apparently also Door county.
Don't forget Fond Du Lac

Door county is just full of F.I.B.S anyway.
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