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  1. all 3 would make nice track cars... weight can be changed very easy, just strip stuff off as for performance, everything being equal I would take the 968 as it has more hp (though parts are more scarce if you wreck it) the S2 is the same as most any other 944, lots of off the shelf mods available make sure it has the M030 option if you're going to be serious about tracking boxster - not a big fan of the boxster, they handle pretty well, have decent hp, not that many off the shelf mods to increase hp significantly... has a tendency to act like a top if you spin out since a large portion
  2. what auction company is handling the sales? is this an open auction? the links you listed are old, just trying to verify current update
  3. Loren is correct, vin doesn't give options... if you want to check 1 or 2 I would be happy to look them up for you by that list I see the Sultan is finally liquidating some of his cars?
  4. 928 didn't get a digital dash until '89, broken speedo in earlier cars is quite common (as it is with most Porsches) buying at auction generally doesn't get you previous service records, so unless there are records plan on doing the timing belt/water pump job the unibody is galvenised so rust isn't usually an issue, check suspension for torn boots/bushings, check all electrical components if allowed (windows, sunroof, lights etc).... since this car has been sitting since '91 you'll probably need to replace a good chunk of the rubber, double check fuel lines, tb/wp, flush all fluids.. etc,
  5. front wiper is fuse#5 15amp, if fuse is good wiper motor may have froze due to non use, try taping lightly with a hammer or wrench to see if that unfreezes it... otherwise you may be looking at a replacement motor
  6. happy to help, glad it was something simple and quick
  7. did someone tie off the heater valve?
  8. the 930 is CIS mechanical fuel injection (K-jet) and does not have a DME. Fuel/air mixture is controlled by the warm up regulator (when cold) and then by the mass air flow. I suspect you have an issue with the CD box or the fuel pump. Either could be on it's last legs and acting up once warm.
  9. a 78 930 w/20k miles should bring $30k+ easily if it's in mint condition and documented, please note: if it's a RoW (Euro spec) and the odo is in miles it's been swapped as the original odo for a Euro spec car would be in km
  10. 70 914-6 engine range 640 4001>> 80 911SC (USA,CDN) 640 0001>9999 could be either, but my bet is with Loren that it's a 914-6 engine
  11. that's the early offset stock wheel painted white
  12. DCAutomotive, Oklahoma Foreign..... etc , any Porsche dismantler
  13. we're done... much thanks to Todd for his advice, throttle body and programming the intake issue was resolved by removing a section of the stock intake and replacing it with a section of piping to get under the frame just a note for those who may do this, to scan the trouble codes you must indicate that the car is a 911 as the throttle body and DME mapping is from the 3.4 otherwise the car runs great, and is very quick
  14. walk away... a poorly assembled body kit may cost you lots of $$ to get right, sounds like he tried to cobble together a bunch of performance parts that may or may not have been installed correctly or even be correct for the car
  15. 996.106.447.01 should be available from Pelican or any Porsche dealer or European car specialist for about $18
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