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When Did 944's Reach Ludicrous 911 Prices?

Think of the most pristine Porsche 951 that you can imagine. Now think of a price that would a reasonable person would pay for it. Okay, now click this link.

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This 1989 Porsche 944 Turbo is the most desired 944 model. The 1989 Turbo model had the previous years Turbo S options as standard. This included a limited slip diff, adjustable front shocks, larger sway bars, Brembo brakes, and a larger turbo giving 247 hp over the standard 217 hp.

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This particular 951 has only 8249 miles, the best original paint that still exists on any 944, and an absolutely insane asking price; $109,500.00 to be precise. There is no question that this car could be a museum piece, but is it really worth the money? Marshall Goldman Motors Sales from Cleveland, Ohio sure thinks so. They have another low mileage 944 Turbo for the low-low-price of $39,900.00. Are they being misguided/blinded by the 911 market or is this price justified? Personally, I think it is a crack pipe all day. Cut the price in half, and then we will talk.

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