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russmw
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Re: Owners Roll Call ! 2018/09/04 10:14:07 (permalink)
Nice looking turbo - welcome along 
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Re: Owners Roll Call ! 2018/12/20 18:16:04 (permalink)
Hi,
 
I have owned this 1988 Model year 924S since June.
 
It's an interesting car, the plate is E924 FLB and it was the AFN demonstrator for 1988 being registered in September 1987 with that plate. It has some nice extras, like the Le Mans 1988 limited Edition suspension upgrade of lowered adjustable suspension with larger anti-roll bars which are codes are C48 G55 and G56. It also has split rear seats, and the different rear luggage cover to work with the split in the seats. Original stereo still there and various other nice touches like pinstripe door cards.
 
I love it and its reliable and fast. What's not to love?

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Re: Owners Roll Call ! 2018/12/21 09:21:48 (permalink)
Nice looking car, have to admit the 924S is my favourite 924, and my 88 S much missed.

1984 924 n/a Ruby Red Metallic.
1988 924S Guards Red - sold.
1986 924S Guards Red - sold.
1984 924 n/a Black - sold.
1980 924 n/a Le Mans.x2-sold
1977 924 n/a Martini - sold.
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Re: Owners Roll Call ! 2018/12/21 09:59:53 (permalink)
I have been so impressed with it. Can't think I'd ever want to part with it.
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Re: Owners Roll Call ! 2018/12/21 21:14:50 (permalink)
Martin,they soon win your affection-my wife's 1986 Stein Grau 924S has been her daily driver since 1991 only preceeded by our 1st Porsche,a 1981 924 Lux also metallic grey.I've had my Guards red 1987 track car for nearly 9 years ( bought off ebay unseen again used all year round) & still a great fun road car despite manual steering,negative front wheel camber & lowered suspension.

1986 924S Stone Grey.
1987 924S Guards Red
2004 BMW 530D SE Touring Chiaretto Red
1966 MGB GT B Racing Green.
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Re: Owners Roll Call ! 2019/04/28 21:13:32 (permalink)
Just joined the club!
I have a lovely Porsche 924 auto that my father and I took down to Le Mans a couple of years ago. Currently SORN over Winter but will be getting it back on the road as the weather warms up..
 
Have done a fair bit of work on it since buying it in a bit of a state a few years ago. Most noticeably, fitting a less cracked dash, re-fitting the entire interior and retro-fitting some very comfortable 986 Boxster seats in! [image]blob:https://www.porscheclubgb...46ca-a282-177eae6506b3[/image]
 
 

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Re: Owners Roll Call ! 2019/04/30 15:13:17 (permalink)
Welcome along and great looking 924 - I'd be interested to know about your experience of fitting the boxster seats in. At some point in its life mine has a different set of seats fitted which are the wrong colour and Boxster seats in a closer match (Sahara beige) come along on ebay frequently so be good to know how much work is involved in the fitment.
 
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Re: Owners Roll Call ! 2019/05/10 22:00:42 (permalink)
russmw
Welcome along and great looking 924 - I'd be interested to know about your experience of fitting the boxster seats in. At some point in its life mine has a different set of seats fitted which are the wrong colour and Boxster seats in a closer match (Sahara beige) come along on ebay frequently so be good to know how much work is involved in the fitment.
 
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Yeah that's exactly why I decided to fit them into my 924. My Tombstone seats had given up the ghost and to replace / completely re-upholster them would have been incredibly expensive. 
 
It wasn't a huge job.. basically just drilled a few holes into the existing runners of the 924 and fitted the 986 ones on top of them, bolting them in place securely. Still got the functionality of the original runners (front and back), although I've not hooked up the electrics of the seats so have fixed them into a comfortable angle. On my to do list and would be pretty cool to have fully functioning electric Boxster seats! I'll take a few pictures when I'm back up next weekend of what I've done. 

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Re: Owners Roll Call ! 2019/06/20 10:29:57 (permalink)
Good afternoon all.   I am a first time Porsche owner. Mine is a White 1988 924S  It's the Lemans limited addition model.  
I believe they are getting a little rare.  She has only done 65K from new with a huge pile of history. I have done the usual cam belt
and balance belt along with a few other bits with only a small paint job needed and its done! Hope to Join a Porsche meet real soon.
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Re: Owners Roll Call ! 2019/06/20 10:57:36 (permalink)
Cearth Corfield
Good afternoon all.   I am a first time Porsche owner. Mine is a White 1988 924S  It's the Lemans limited addition model.  
I believe they are getting a little rare.  She has only done 65K from new with a huge pile of history. I have done the usual cam belt
and balance belt along with a few other bits with only a small paint job needed and its done! Hope to Join a Porsche meet real soon.



 
Welcome to Porsche Transaxles and the first incarnation with the 2.5 Engine is a great choice! 
 
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Re: Owners Roll Call ! 2019/09/13 18:11:25 (permalink)
Just got my 924S Lemans on the road, it hadn’t been on the road for 7 years when I bought it, replaced loads of bits including belts, shockers, brakes, bushes, wishbones, fuel pipe, fuel pump, filters .....
924srr27l, did me some great powder coating, thanks. Now just need paint work tidying, seats and interior sorting out.
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