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Porsche Calipers


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I know this should probably go in the classified section, but I thought I would post it to the people who it actually affects.

Me and a few buddies bought a pile of parts from a warehouse in Toronto that was selling them off. I have a bunch of various BMW (mostly) and some Porsche parts (calipers) for sale.

We ended up buying a pile of bran new calipers (in ATE boxes) that we had hoped would be an upgrade for our cars. Unfortunately they wont work at all on anything that the car community that I regularly hang out with (BMW E28) has. Through my limited research, I think I read that the 944 and 928 calipers are considered an upgrade for the 924 but you need to change the m/c for the upgrade.

We basically want these parts out of my friends garden shed. I am willing to get rid of them for what we paid which is $50 per caliper or $100 for a pair, plus shipping.

If you want to see a photo of the item prior to purchase, I have those as well, so shoot me an email and I will send one over..

We plan on shipping using Canada Post once a week, or if someone wants to make the trek to Ontario, we can do that as well. Shipping can get expensive on larger/heavier items.

If you have a FedEx or UPS account, I would be happy to send using any of those carriers.

Here is the list of the parts:

Porsche 924S/944 Front Caliper Set (New) >80

Porsche 924S/944 Lt Rear Caliper (New) >89

Porsche 924S/944 Rear Caliper Set (New) >89

Porsche 924S/944 Rt Front Caliper (New) >80

Porsche 928 Front Caliper Set (New) >81

Porsche 928 Lt Front Caliper (New) 82-86

Porsche 928 Rear Caliper Set (New) >86

Porsche 928 Rt Rear Caliper (New) >86

If you are interested in any of these items, please email me at KillerPM@gmail.com and we can discuss pricing/shipping. Any reasonable offer not refused. I prefer to take PayPal as payment.

Thanks!

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