should i buy a 1987 Porsche 944s

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Asked by Sep 22, 2012 at 03:59 PM about the 1987 Porsche 944

Question type: General

i am looking at a 1987 Porsche 944s manual with 43000 miles it been sitting out for a while it needs a
fender and a bumper. i need some advice on this. will i have to change all the fluids in the car, is maintenance expensive. is keeping the car expensive. what is the most i should offer. and how much do
these things sell for. i really would love some advice from Porsche experts or people that had a 944 or
just experts

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The 944 is at a mileage when they do recommend to replace the timing belt. For normal vehicles though the recommended replacement mileage is around 75K. If the 944 is not a Turbo; then replacement fenders and bumpers are pretty reasonable to acquire. How well does the car look like it was taken care of? If the interior is thrashed and the paint faded, stay away, unless a you are building a purpose built race car, or plan at throwing a lot of money at the car. They are great "drivers" cars, with little in driver aids that today's cars come with.

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