The Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) for 1983 on follows the international standard. WP0 identifies Porsche; AA indicates built to US specifications; 92 the first two of the model, test number, N is built in Necharlshum, 4 completes the model number, and the 5 digit serial number. Most of these cars are the 924S's.

 

vin:
enginesn:
chassisnum: GN401348
1985 924S
buildspec: Euro
Marco Looy
marcol@wins.uva.nl
Loenen aan de Vecht
Utrecht
The Netherlands
85Looy.jpg (29866 bytes)European 924S, rebuild the engine with 944 pistons, now has 163 Hp. Electric seats from a 928. It's dark blue, white/black interior. Electric mirrors, built in my self. Also built in power-steering myself fomr a 944. 16" 928 phone dials. 85Looygrid.jpg (55463 bytes) For pictures goto: http://fly.to/porsche or http://gene.wins.uva.nl.

 

vin: WP0ZZZ92ZGN401912
enginesn: 478032
chassisnum:
86 924S
buildspec:
Euro
Andrew Gortynski
gortynski@aol.com
pcanumber:
pcaregion:
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
I bought the car in January 1999, from a Porsche Specicalist and its great. Crystal Green Matalic, its a pleasure to drive every time

 

vin: don't know
enginesn: don't know
chassisnum: don't know
86 924
buildspec: Euro
Dmitriy Myasnikov
fatboy@ticket.crimea.ua
pcanumber:
pcaregion:
Simferopol, Crimea,Ukrain
Dear Friends My Porsche-924 1986, engine of 1989. Inform me please, the normal charge of fuel. And why mine of Porsche spends 20 litres for 100 kms. May be problem in Fuel Injection Pumps? I shall be glad to any advice. Thanks. Dmitriy P.S e-mail fatboy@ticket.crimea.ua

 

vin: WPOZZZ92ZHN401678
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: obscured
1987 924S
buildspec: Euro
Mark Schimmer
m.schimmer@bluewin.de
Oberstenfeld
Baden Wuerttemberg
Germany
Over a year ago I was searching for a "new" car, initially wanting to buy a late 944s or s2. Because located in the area where I live, I half-hartedly responded to an ad about selling a '87 924s.<br> When I first saw the car I was stunned. It seemed lower than normal 924s, was alpin white with golden pin stripes (factory) and had the red signum of "Max Moritz" on each of it's head lights. Max Moritz is a sports car dealer in Reutlingen, near Stuttgart. The color matching wheels are also alpin white with golden rims.<br> It was in a very good condition, with low miles, about 77.000, well maintained, driven by a middle aged woman. One week later a took it home, paying the requested price but negotiated a 20.000 km inspection and a new "tuev" and exhaust control plaquette into the price.<br> So far the car runs very well, the car is a absolute true sporty performer with a very good gas - mileage ratio (ca. 9 ltr on 100km). I frequently drive up to the lake constance with it, "pedal to the metal", and the car makes between 150 and 160 mile per hour (ca. 250km/h), and keeps it. But beware of side winds and start to brake VERY early at these speeds! On those tours it consumes about 13ltr @ 100km, which is absolutely amazing. It is absolutely a every day performer, I drive it to work about 60km day for day.<br> I found out afterwards that it is a special model, a "Le Mans" Version, of the 924S. It has a threaded and lowered front suspension and the special design (see the book "Original Porsche 924/944/968" by Peter Morgan on pg. 55/56). Only 50 cars were produced and sold in Germany! What a luck!<br> Greetings to all Porsche fans over the world,<br><br> Mark O. Schimmer

 

vin: WPOZZZ92ZHN401729
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: obscured
1987 924S
buildspec: RoW
Joona Saluveer
coollalla@hotmail.com 
PCA number:
PCA region:
Kaunas, Lithuania
Black/black. Part leather sport seats w Porsche logo. 944 engine (163hp), lowered, dark windows, 16" Phone dials w 205/225 tyres. My 4th 924 (81, 82, 84, 87). Love the appearance and performance

 

vin: WP0AA0927HN450328
enginesn: OBSCURED
chassisnum: WP0ZZZ92ZHN450328
1987 924S
buildspec: USA
Doug Campbell
dacs@wcl.on.ca
Mount Forest, Ontario
Canada
Eng code 07 Trans code QK Paint code L90E Int code AB Options C36 F00 F02 425 573 650 451 657

The car over all is good shape. A lot of KM's I think currently at 60,000. I don't know how many trips around.

I am looking for shop manuals. Can any one help.

Thank's

DC

 

vin: WPOAA927HN450877
enginesn: 944105250BR
chassisnum: obscured
1987 924S
buildspec: USA
Jeff Dolan
jeff@plesk.com 
PCA number:
PCA region:
Centreville, VA
Well, I purchased this car about a month ago and you have no idea the agony I've gone through.... Not because of anything particularly wrong with the car (though there have been some minor fixer-uppers = ) but because I'm waiting on selling another car so I can transfer the Tags, Stickers, Insurance, ETC. To elaborate, I got this incredible RED Porsche sitting in my garage waiting and waiting to be let loose... I got it for $3000.00us my dad and myself have replaced the window motor (psg), fixed the hole under the battery ($#!^) with some heavy sanding and fiberglass, cleaned up the drv side window motor and rewelded the arm of it (the piece that buts up against the motor area that is welded down actually pushed up over the other piece...), as well as some other minor things. BUT the most interesting part about this car is the mileage! I'm not sure what transpired in between but the odometer was replaced with 21,978 mi. on it in 2000 and the car currently has 11,940mi...that's only 33,918 mi <WOW> = )
Anyway, after I get this badboy out on the streets I'll be sure to post something on the forums.

 

vin: WPOAA092HN451125
enginesn: 9441052908R
chassisnum: WPOZZZ92ZHN451125
1987 924S
buildspec: USA
Norman Burgher
burghers@earthlink.net 
PCA number: 2000107995
PCA region: Riverside
Menifee, CA
Stock 924S red/black 128000 miles, daily driver

 

vin: WPOAA0921HN451619
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: obscured
1987 924S
buildspec: USA
Manny Perez
nrpair@aol.com 
PCA number: 2001010605
PCA region: Northern NJ
Blairstown, NJ
87_perez.jpg (38826 bytes)I purchased my car in the fall of 1998, the body was in fair shape with a good interior, a very bad red-metal flake paint job. In the spring of 1999 I took the car to a body shop and asked for the body to be stripped, and repainted original guards red. The project took over a year. I replaced all hoses, new battery, stereo, speakers, antenna, brakes, shocks, new water pump, K&N air filter, ignition wires, new exhaust system, Carrera 2 Type Wheels and tires, air dam, reflective insulation under hood, new dash cover. Made a new friend " Gene Kirschner of Autohaus" in Chatham NJ, he helped with tech problems and questions.

Total mileage to date 100,033 miles, the engine runs strong, my future project would be to up the horse power. For the money I couldn't find a better deal, and have more fun.

 

vin: WP0AA092XHN451764
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: obscured
1987 924S
buildspec: USA
Kenneth Nelson
brian@careertrainingschool.com 
PCA number:
PCA region:
Pryor, Oklahoma
Just a stock 924S

 

vin: WPOAA0923HN452254
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: obscured
1987 924S
buildspec: USA
Charles Johnson
joh0893@ibm.net
pcanumber: 1991082
pcaregion: North Florida
Tallahassee, Florida
Zermattsilber MO30 Option anti-roll bars Europroducts chip 60k miles Excellent condition

 

vin: WPOAA0923HN452271
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: obscured
1987 924S
buildspec: USA
Jason O'Neil
jasononeil@hotmail.com
pcanumber: 116168
pcaregion: Potomac
Alexandria, VA.
87Oneil.jpg (22210 bytes)Garage kept, 92Kmiles, guards red, black interior, superior condition, new timing belt and water pump at 88k miles.

A father and son act! Dad has the red 87 and son the white 88 (see below).

We regret to report that the beautiful 88 (which had limited slip and M030) committed suicide by attacking a full size Mercedes sedan. The human was protected and without a scratch.

 

vin: WPOAA0927HN452404
enginesn: 0046737
chassisnum: WP0ZZZ92ZHN452404
1987 924S
buildspec: USA
David Manchip
dmanchip@telus.net 
PCA number: 2002056914
PCA region: Vancouver Island
Sydney, BC, Canada
87_dmanchip.jpg (19860 bytes)Car was originally purchased at Downtown Fine Cars in Toronto, Ontario and passed through Lethbridge, Alberta before coming into my possesion here on Vancouver Island, BC. For a car that travelled across Canada, it surprisingly only has 79,000km. That's around 50,000 miles for those not Metric friendly (who really is anyway?).

It's pretty well stock, the only mods being the Weltmeister Throttle Response Cam, an in-dash Alpine CD player and the 16x6" dish-style factory wheels wearing Hankook Ventus K102 directional rubber. The car's original 15x6" phone dials wear Yokohama A008RTu tires and are only used for PCA autocrossing.

 

vin: WPOAAO927HN452855
enginesn:
chassisnum:
1987 924S
buildspec: USA
Marty Muggleton
Muggleton@corningny.com
pcanumber: 051089
pcaregion: finger lakes
Elmira, NY
Black with tan interior. 52.5k miles. Original except for newer b-punkt, and repaint of rocker panels. Roof option, 5-speed.

 

vin: WP0AA0920HN452910
enginesn:
chassisnum:
87 924S
buildspec: USA
Jerry Long Clifton, VA
87Long.jpg (36541 bytes)Jerry is a long time 924 enthusiast. He previously owned an 80 924 and is an instructor with the Potomac Region. You will find him often at drivers ed events, Friday at the Track (at Summit Point), or crewing at sports car races.

 

vin: WPOAA092HN453440
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: obscured
1987 924S
buildspec: USA
Luke Bruggeman
LDBRUGG@AOL.com 
PCA number: 1995069501
PCA region: Ohio Valley
Cincinnati, Ohio
My office manager bought this car new. She offered it to me when it had 60000 miles on it. I had never driven a 924 before. After driving 911's for more than 30 years I was pleasantly surprised how well the 924 drove and the shifting was extremely easy compared to a 911. I now drive the car to work every day and am not "looking down" on watercooled Porsche owners any longer.

 

vin: WP0AA0926HN454306
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: WPOZZZ92ZHN454306
87 924S
buildspec: ROW
Waldemar Sliwka
okatwsli@bh.com.pl
pcanumber: 1998104390
Region:  Germany
Dabrowa Gornicza,

Slask, Poland

I own 1987 924S (US version) since 1998.

 

vin: WPOAA0929HN454090
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: obscured
1987 924S
buildspec: USA
Geoff Shilling
Geoffshilling@worldnet.att.net 
PCA number: 2001076316
PCA region: Rocky Mountain
Littleton, Colorado
87_Shilling.JPG (66451 bytes)Ok. My good friend one night went out and bought himself a new Toyota MR2 Spyder. He now had an extra car that he could not afford, so he had to get rid of one, and FAST!!! So he sold me his 1987 924S. It had a few little problems that were easy to fix, like a timing belt, power steering leak, and some minor cosmetic problems, but other than that, it was great. I got it for Really cheap, with 102000 miles on it. I did a normal tune up, changed the fluids (by the way, Redline Gear oil is AWESOME in these cars) and it runs better than it has in years. I can honestly say this is my best car EVER!!! Runs like a dream. This is the family's 2nd Porsche (at this time with 7 before these two) and we like the water cooled engines. I'll send in some pictures of my 924S sittin' next to my dad's 968 Cabriolet. To those who own a Porsche of some sort, happy driving. to those who are lookin' to buy one, Porsches are GREAT cars. Worth every penny. To those who are just lookin' around for fun, go buy a Porsche.

 

vin: WP0AA0920HN454401
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: obscured
87 924S
buildspec: USA
Paul Fleming
plfasching@prodigy.net
pcanumber: 1980109061
Region:  California Central Coast
San Luis Obispo, CA
 

 

vin: WPOAA0923HN454537
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: obscured
1987 924S
buildspec: USA
Dallas Glassinger
DallasGla@msn.com 
PCA number: 2002090850
PCA region: Schonesland
West Des Moines, Iowa
All records and very close to MINT! Guards Red, Manual, all other options... Goal....PCA Club Racer "I" Car has no clue what snow is!!!!!

 

vin: WP0AA0924HN454580
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: obscured
1987 924S
buildspec: USA
Michael Ganshirt
wawaloon@attbi.com 
PCA number:
PCA region:
North Easton, MA
 

 

vin: WP0AA0928HN454680
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: obscured
87 924S
buildspec: USA
Chris Holcomb
chris.holcomb@carrier.utc.com
pcanumber:
Region: 
Syracuse, NY
Dreams do come true! Always wanted a Porsche, now I have one. She's a 1987 924S with 86,000 on the clock. It needs minor interior work but the outside is in great shape. She has never seen a winter and won't....ever. This is a great driving machine. Porsche knows how to build a car!

 

vin: WP0AA0924HN454921
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: obscured
87 924S
buildspec: USA
Hans Martini
Martinisww@AOL.com
pcanumber: 2001098531
Region:  Schattenbaum
Trenton, NJ
White 5 speed with 87K on the odometer. when purchased in Aug. 2001. Just a few problems to be taken care of but has a good body AND personality. Somewhat louder than stock (no) thanks to an after-market catalytic converter which necessitated exhaust pipe alterations... but I'm getting used to the rumble.
Purchased to deal with "mid-life crisis" and seems to have done the trick! :-)

 

vin: WP0AA0926HN454957
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: WPOZZZ92ZHN454957
87 924S
buildspec: USA
Lane Mayer
klondike1313@hotmail.com
pcanumber:
Region:  Florida Citrus
Indialantic, Florida
love my car!

 

vin: WP0AA0920HN455001
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: obscured
1987 924S
buildspec: USA
Todd Goranflo
tgoranflo@phenixlabel.com 
PCA number:
PCA region:
Overland Park, Kansas
87_toddgoranflo924s.jpg (68777 bytes)I bought this car in March of 2002 from the original owner, an ER doctor, who happens to live next door to my boss. Which is how I found it.

Anyway, this car is in immaculate shape. It had been garaged since day one, and it's never been driven in the snow. It's always been taken to one of the 4 big certified Porsche repair centers around the KC area. (BHR, JP Werks, Aristocrat, and Autosport Gallery). The paint is in great shape, with the exception of a few chips on the front valance. Aside from a slightly cracked dash, the interior is also in great shape. No torn seats, no broken glovebox, no blown speakers, but it could definitely use a new pair of floormats. It also still had the original toolkit, tire bag and plastic gloves, and a small bottle of touch up paint still in the shrinkwrap. He wasn't sure what happened to the tire pump. The owner also had just about all of the repair and maintenance receipts from day one. He even had the original window sticker among other things.

The ONLY downside to this car is that it's never had the timing belts or water pump replaced. When I bought it, it had 50,018 miles on it. Now it has 50,074. So it's right on the edge, if not over. So needless to say it's been in my garage ever since, and is started up and taken around the block once a month. By July '02 it will become my daily driver and the belts and pump maintenance will have been done.

For now, the only modification (if you want to call it that), will be to put in a K&N filter. I put them in all our cars. After that, I've been thinking about a Momo steering wheel, something smaller in diameter and more comfortable than the stock wheel.

Pictures and scans of my car can be found at... http://home.swbell.net/thetodd/

 

vin: WP0AA0923HN455378
enginesn:
chassisnum:
87 924S
buildspec: USA
Fred Matolicz
PCA: 1987078000
Region: Riesentoter
Souderton, PA
44,407 original miles, garaged with no smoking. Autothority chip, throttle cam, MSDS racing and cyclonic air intake.

 

vin: WP0AA0925HN455771
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: WP0AA0925HN455771
1987 924S
buildspec: USA
Curtis Lindsey
GhostStorm2002@yahoo.com 
PCA number:
PCA region:
Round Rock, TX
I bought my 87'924S at the end of April 02' on a lucky find...It is black with tan leather interior, and both or in very good shape with a very few minor repairs needed... The only thing is I've only been able to enjoy its comfort for a week out of the past month and a half. First the water pump, then the timing belt, and that started it all...

No one informed me that the pleasure of owning a car of sort, meant that you would be broke until it's completely fixed... LOL... The parts store that I ended up ordering my timing belt and water pump, needless to say after special ordering, and days of waiting, sent me the wrong timing belt!

Now I have been fighting to afford getting my head rebuilt and hoping that that is all the damage that was caused by the timing belt being spun off...

Anyways, enough bellyaching, I am very interested in fixing my toy, and would greatly appreciate any sites, companies, etc., to get parts from at a fairly reasonable cost...Also, and sites, companies, etc., for performance, body, etc., as I am joining a unique car club as soon as I can get my car going...Thank you for all your help and your stories help me to keep looking and not give up...as evidently there is plenty of parts out there I'm just not looking in the right places...Also any mechanical advice about the 87' 924S 2.5L would be very appreciated also, as I am mechanically inclined just evidently not with this car...:) Thank you again and God Bless!!!!!

 

vin: WP0AA0929HN455997
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: obscured
1987 924S
buildspec: USA
Richard Rodriguez
richard-rodriguez@msn.com 
PCA number: 2002067370
PCA region: Hudson Champlain
Watervliet, New York
I bought this car in March of 2002. After having it worked over by The Bavarian Rocket Scientists, a Porsche specialist in the Albany NY area, it drives like a Porsche. This is the best car I have ever driven. I still need to have the transmission rebuilt and a new paint job, but when Iím done I will have the car of my dreams.

 

vin: WP0AA0928HN456123
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: obscured
1987 924S
buildspec: USA
John Gruber
weberw2336@aol.com 
PCA number:
PCA region:
North Myrtle Beach, SC
 

 

vin:
enginesn:
chassisnum:
87 924S
buildspec:
USA
Eric Heredia
ericj001@aol.com
pcanumber: 058569
pcaregion: Metro  NY
S. Floral Park, NY

Bought in 1998 with a melted head, this 87 has tons of new stuff with inb the last year. major service has included a new head, main bearings replaced, new water pump, timing belt, rotors and brakes all around, new exhaust sysytem from the cat back, new tires, new drivers side door handle, lots of new seals (including the hatch), a full alignment, and more. The car is finally running the way a porsche should, and after alot of elbow grease , is looking pretty good as well, the interior is mint and sports "porsche" graphic seats. Since its loaded and comfortable ,this car has become my daily driver, and due to the automatic tranny, will probably remain just that. Plans for the futre include a 944 type front spoiler section. please see also my custom 924 project car, in the 1978 section.

 

vin:
enginesn:
chassisnum:
1987 924S
buildspec: USA
Joe Wihelm

pcanumber:
pcaregion:
Philadelphia, PA.
87Wihelm.jpg (27387 bytes)

Joe successfully competes against those bulbous fendered abominations with the wide tires and does very well. This picture was taken at Summit Point after the Oct 1999 Club Race.

 

vin:
enginesn:
chassisnum:
1987 924S
buildspec: USA
Aaron Brescia
ccoco@mco.edu
pcanumber:
pcaregion:
Toledo, OH
 

 

vin: WP0AA0927JN450061
enginesn: OBSCURED
chassisnum: WP0ZZZ927HN450061
1988 924S
buildspec: USA
Danny Lee
viet007@altavista.com
PCAnumber: 
PCAregion: 
El Monte, California
 

 

vin: WPOAA092XJN450250
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: obscured
1988 924S
buildspec: USA
Charles Russo
russoc@cfl.rr.com 
PCA number: 1998060302
PCA region: Florida Citrus
Edgewater, FL
Also own VIN WP0AA0920JN452122 1988 924S that has a GT conversion kit with 944 front fenders, 931 nose panel with vents, hood scoop, one piece front bumper unit, rear fender flares, 944 rear spoiler and fiberglass rear bumper.

VIN WP0AA092XJN450250 is an M030 car and is being converted to SCCA ITS spec to run in the 944 Cup Series in the Southeast.

 

vin: WP0AA0929JN450305
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: obscured
1988 924S
buildspec: USA
Brandon Bevins
bmwbevins@aol.com 
pcanumber:
pcaregion:
Lake Worth, Florida
I am the owner of a 1988 924S. I have been told that it is a club sport version of the 924S. The car has adjustable coilovers on the front, the power deletion option, cloth interior, and 6s and 7s. I have owned the car for about 3 yrs now and have enjoyed it. The car has 130k miles, a new paint job, and white 928 flat wheels (16x7).

 

vin: WP0AA092XJN450393
enginesn:
chassisnum:
1988 924S
buildspec: USA
Lee Zook
zooklm@digital.net
Titusville, Florida
Special Edition..Black exterior, Burgundy cloth interior, no power options (i.e. seat, locks, windows). I have not had the car long, however I do enjoy driving it quite a bit.

 

vin: WP0AA0929JN450529
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: obscured
1988 924S
buildspec: USA
Michael Swain
mikevswain1@hotmail.com 
PCA number: 2002012206
PCA region: Orange Coast
Santa Barbara, CA
Took ownership on 5-31-02.
Le Mans Edition (Option code 756)

 

vin: WP0AA0927JN450531
enginesn: OBSCURED
chassisnum: WP0ZZZ927HN450531
1988 924S
buildspec: USA
SOLD
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PCAnumber: 
PCAregion: 
Albuquerque, New Mexico
"Scruffy" was previously owned by Rich and Marchell Fletcher of Durango, CO. Most recently it was owned by Chuck Hanson of Albuquerque, NM. This 924S SE is factory equipped with the M030 sport suspension. The SE was only available in black with burgundy and gray cloth interior and all were lightweight cars with minimal options. The A/C in my car was professionally removed as a weight consideration and the car tips the scales in autocross trim at just over 2600 lbs. This car won the CSL class at the 2000 SCCA Solo 2 National Championships with Marchell at the wheel and also set 1st and 3rd quickest times in the open class on day two of that event. In addition, at the 1988 Porsche Parade autocross, Marchell drove Scruffy to the fastest female driver's time in ALL classes. The car also won the P6 (men's) class that year, beating all the 944's. It has a 26.5mm front bar, Koni sport yellows, the factory coil-over struts are resting on the next-to-lowest threads, the rear is lowered and it has a limited slip diff. I run Kumho or Hoosier autocross tires on all four wheels. It now has just over 140k miles and much effort (and money) has been put into the car to replace and rebuild wearing components.

It is an excellent autocross/track car as well as a fun and reliable street car. It has been sold. We hope that the new owners will reestablish contact with us.

 

vin: WP0AA0923JN450588
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: obscured
1988 924S
buildspec: USA
Mike Leuty
leuty@nwlink.com 
PCA number: 1997011762
PCA region:
Federal Way, WA
Have owned our 924S for over 5 years. It's a Special Edition and came with no maintenance records, although it does have  the owners manual and original sticker. We bought it to autocross and have been reasonably successful. It's a fun car!

 

vin: WPOAA0927JN450593
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: obscured
1988 924S
buildspec: USA
Jim Stocks
jimstocks@worldnet.att.net 
PCA number: 2001110848
PCA region: Chesapeake
Woodbridge, VA
I have a Black 1988 924S I bought in August 2001. The car has a dented right front fender and had been abused some time in the past by a PO, some stupid college student (VA Tech). This car has only 50,265 miles on it. I've just had $1,200 in maintenance and repairs done for the timing belt service and rear end repaired. It's fast, drives great now and next is a right front tie rod and 4-wheel alignment.

I think this is a great car. I've got the 030 Club Sport package setup, and my option sheet has it as the US Le Mans Special Edition. This car has minimum options, AC, power steering and cloth seats.

I've wanted a 924 type car since I saw one during my senior year at a Porsche-Audi dealership in College Hill, Cincinnati OH. This outperforms my 88 3.8 Mustang. Looking forward to autocrossing and maybe some club racing?

 

vin: WP0AA0920JN450631
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: obscured
1988 924S
buildspec: USA
John Gray
Grayj2@hotmail.com 
PCA number:
PCA region:
Lenoir City, TN
 

 

vin: WP0AA0928JN450649
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: obscured
1988 924S
buildspec: USA
Robert Kunkemoeller
rkunk@one.net 
PCA number:
PCA region:
Cincinnati, OH
1988 924S SE/Lemans Edition. Black exterior. Red/Grey Interior. 58,000 miles when purchased. Looking to find more information on the SE/LeMans Edition.

Option Codes:

A18 C02 030 160 360 657 756 990

 

vin: WPOAA0929JN450708
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: obscured
1988 924S
buildspec: USA
Patricia Overell
patricia@rennlist.com 
PCA number: 1998071940
PCA region: San Gabriel Valley
South Pasadena, CA
 

 

vin: WP0AA092XJN450841
enginesn: M44/09 46J03060
chassisnum: OBSCURED
1988 924S
buildspec: USA
Michael Manning
mmanning@jasedlak.com
PCAnumber: 99038743           
PCAregion: Northern Ohio
Cleveland Heights,  Ohio

My second year owning this little black dream car after some geezer totaled my 16v Scirocco. Bought it with 78K on the clock. Have had very little problems except for the expected wear items, such as fuel lines, filters, belts and clutch, master and slave.

Have updated or upgraded the following.

- MSDS Air intake
- Europroducts chip
- Broadfoot crank, alternator and power steering pump underdrive pulleys
- C&M oil filter
- Supertrapp 2.5" inlet tuneable stainless exhaust
- Optima battery
- Hella driving lights
- Koni Sport shocks/struts
- Weltmeister strut tower brace
- 16" Design 90 wheels with 205 frt and 225 rr Hoosier's new Z rated street radials
- Porterfield R4 pads and ATE Power Disks
- Momo Comp wheel with Smart wheel spacer
- RPM d' Avant Garde billet shift lever with Momo Comp knob
- Alloy pedal kit from AJ-USA
- Konig SP400 seat


I am currently waiting on Earl's brake lines, Weltmeister front sway bar and ADDCO rear bar.

I am trying to find Euro bumpers. The bumpers will help improve the sleek look of the car which is marred by the huge ugly US spec bumpers. Shaving the trim off the sides of the car has also helped in that regard.

This car is very quick for a NA 2.5L water cooler and is a joy to drive

 

vin: WP0AA092XJN450801
enginesn: 9441052506R
chassisnum: OBSCURED
1988 924S
buildspec: ROW
Maryellen  Jilnicki
mjilnicki@excite.com
PCAnumber:            
PCAregion: 
Remsenburg,  New York
sunroof, 5 speed, red with black interior

 

vin: WPOAA0928JN451087
enginesn: 46J03668
chassisnum: obscured
1988 924S
buildspec: USA
Charles Wirken
cwirken@cox.net 
PCA number: 2001087881
PCA region: Arizona
Mesa, AZ
PCA Club Racer

 

vin: WPOAAO921JN451142
enginesn: OBSCURED
chassisnum:  OBSCURED
1988 924S
buildspec: USA
Brad Wright         wrightbr@kos.net
pcanumber: 5081183
pcaregion: Upper Canada
Selby, Ontario
Canada
88wright.jpg (68163 bytes) This is a fully loaded 924S, including leather, factory floor mats and bra, the car has it's original coat of Grand Prix White still in flawless condition, this is contrasted by Black leather interior, the car has had the windows tinted and a set of driving lights installed, and also a cd player, other than that the car is completely stock. It has only 115 Kms on it (approx. 70,000 miles), and runs like new. This car has the automatic transmission, if anyone knows how many 88's were built with auto's please email me.

Webmeister Note: Check Brad's 79 and 78 also!

 

vin: WPOAA0928JN451218
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: obscured
1988 924S
buildspec: USA
John Hill
hill5cor@centurytel.net 
PCA number: 1999095065
PCA region: Oregon
Lakeview, OR
White 924S with tan interior. 78000 original miles. original and very clean

 

vin: WP0AA0923JN451241
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: obscured
1988 924S
buildspec: USA
Kirk McNeil
mowog1275@aol.com 
PCA number:
PCA region:
Ann Arbor, Michigan
1988 924S, Maraschino exterior color with black "Porsche" cloth/vinyl interior, manual gearbox, completely stock. Purchased from the third owner in August 2000.

 

vin: WPOAA0926JN451511
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: obscured
1988 924S
buildspec: USA
Robert Dunn
the_hotest_male@hotmail.com 
PCA number:
PCA region:
Victoria, BC, Canada
My father used to have a '77 924 and then an '87 S which lead me to acquire this little gem in Sept 2001. This car has less than 70,000 miles on the clock and has remained a British Columbia PCar. The car is mint and is treated like a queen by its owner.
I have added the following modifications:

-Bursch Headers
-Racing Camshaft
-K&N 1:1 Throttle Cam
-K&N Air Filter
-FlowMaster Exhaust
-Design 90 Wheels w/Yokohama AVS Sport
(225/50/16 rear and 205/55/16 front)

As a result of the aforementioned mods, she can almost hit 65 MPH in second gear!

I feed her a clean diet of 94 octane fuel, and Castrol non-synth 20W50 every 3,000 to 5,000 kilometers. The car is perfect in every way and never autocrossed.

 

vin: WP0AA0924N451894
enginesn: obscured
chassisnum: Obscured
1988 924S
buildspec: USA
Victor Oliver
Nine24S@yahoo.com
pcanumber: 89090723
pcaregion: North Country
Burlington, MA
My 1988 924S is a full Concours car which has competed on the Parade, Zone and regional level with several Best of Show and numerous First in Class awards. The car currently has only been driven 14,000 miles. It is a very nice example of an original 924S model, Guards Red/black interior with no modifications or non-Porsche equipment of any kind.

 

vin:
enginesn:
chassisnum:
88 924S-SE

buildspec: USA

Rich and Marchell Fletcher Durango, CO.

The SE was a factory optioned car with an M030 sport suspension, which came only in black with burgundy interior carpets and black with burgundy striped cloth seats.  All were "light" cars with minimal options.  Ours is running SCCA Pro Solo  and Solo events in addition to PCA events and open track. In this car Marchell was the fastest woman in all classes at the 1998 Porsche Parade autocross.  I won my P6 class (Yes, a 924 beat all the 944s...).  It has a 26.5mm front bar, Koni sport yellows, the factory coil-over struts are resting on the next-to-lowest threads, the rear is stock, but lowered to be even with the front, and we've got a 7Q Limited slip. We run BFGoodrich CompTA G-Force 225/50/15s on all four wheels. "Scruffy" as we call him (the previous owners were clueless about whole-car maintenance... they thought keeping the paint pretty was enough.), has 132-K miles and has recently received many freshened parts in preparation for another season of events.  We love this cars' well balanced performance characteristics.

 

vin:
enginesn:
chassisnum:
88 924S

buildspec:
USA
Joseph Celeste Seminole, Florida
I am the 2nd owner of this black water cooler. Bought it from Porsche when it was 9 months old and have truly enjoyed caring for it for more than 10 years. I believe the 88 S is one of the 924s to have and keep, as it is the last of the line of the original 924 concept. With only 2,190 88s imported, does anyone out there have any idea as to how many are still registered in the U.S. 11 years later??

 

vin:
enginesn:
chassisnum:
88 924S
buildspec:
USA
John Asp
john_asp@iroquois.com
pcanumber:
pcaregion: CT Valley
Derby, Connecticut
I drove a 1980 924 for 100K miles before picking up this azure blue example of the last year "S" produced. Wonderful entry level Porsche

 

vin:
enginesn:
chassisnum:
88 924S
buildspec:
USA
Chris Ferretti
c.ferretti@worldnet.att.net
pcanumber:
pcaregion:
 
I have a Slate Gray Metallic 1988 924S. It is largely stock with minor modifications, including 944 Turbo Sway Bars, DME Chip, and Koni Sport Shocks. I use a set of forged Flat Dish wheels for summer use and Phone Dials for Winter use. I have installed a Momo Steering Wheel and Shift Knob and Mugen racing pedal inserts. I recently replaced driver's seat with Cerullo GT seat which is a major improvement. The audio system has been upgraded with a Sony headunit, four channel amp, under the passenger seat, Polk 4x6 speakers in the front, Radio Shack dome tweeter extensions on each door, and JBL 6-1/2" in the side panels. The car more than 130,000 miles,
it is my daily driver and my track car. I try to do most of the repair and maintenance work myself

 

vin:
enginesn:
chassisnum:
1988 924S
buildspec: USA
Kevin Duffy
duffyk@pigonline.com
Lake Helen, FL
 

1988 924S, Red w/ Black Interior. Sunroof, AC, other standard factory items. Purchased for $2500 needing a clutch and engine leak fix. Replaced the belts, water pump and associated stuff, replaced the clutch and put in a spring disk, also replaced the wheel bearings front and rear, plus the rear brakes. Then the fun started.

I installed turbo 7 and 8 x 16 wheels and 205/55 - 225/50-ZR16 tires, to go with my M030 front sway bar, 22mm Weltmeister rear bar, 220# front springs and Koni adjustable sports front and rear. I will install 27mm torsion bars this winter to complete the suspension package. I also installed a harness bar and 5-points for driver ed events. I ran it at Roebling Road last month at our Driver Ed, and was impressed.

The car is still a little short on power - my next gig.

By the way, I have a 78 924 that I bought in 1985 for my wife. My son is now driving it, and it has 250,000 miles on it. He regularly goes to DE events at Roebling. My wife drives a like-new survivor '69 912 with 60K miles. It was stored in a garage for almost 25 years.

I have stockpiled lots of 924 parts from three parts cars. If anyone needs anything, let me know.