russmwWelcome 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. thanks
Cearth CorfieldGood 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 beltand 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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