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RobertL

1990 944 S2 Cabriolet part suppliers

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Other than Porsche dealers what are some other good part suppliers in the US?

 

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I just purchased this 944 and the owners manual is missing....wondering if anyone can scan the pages in the owners manuals that describes each button, dial, etc. on the dash and center console?

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I found free download...not for a convertible, but close enough...

 

 

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