1983 Porsche 924 
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Reference Number 668345

as of 10/19/2021

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Overview
Car 1983 Porsche 924
VIN WP0ZZZ92ZDN402479 
Exterior / Interior Color      Silver /      Black 
Registration 1983 
Condition Very Good 
Mileage 69.000 km 
Configuration Left Hand Drive (LHD) 
Transmission Manual Shift 
Options Interior: Leather interior 
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Known History

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The Porsche 924 was a sports car produced from 1976 to 1988 by Audi in Neckarsulm, Germany, on behalf of the German Porsche AG. The 924 was intended to replace the Porsche 914 as the company's entry-level model.

 

Although the front-engine, water-cooled 928 Gran Turismo was developed first, the 924 was the first road-going front-engine, rear-wheel-drive Porsche.

The 924 made its public debut in November 1975, and was beloved by enthusiasts for its performance and sales success. Just over 150,000 were produced from 1976 to 1988, and it was a major profit maker for the company.

 

This 1983 Porsche 924 was first registered in April 1983. It came in Vermilion Silver metallic LY7Y with M398 power side mirrors and M431 leather sport steering wheel, M423 center console cassette holder.

 

The current owner had the car seasonally registered from April to October and always parked in the underground garage. He is the 6th owner.

The previous owner had it as a third car in the heated garage, I took it from there and he in turn had it from a collector in northern Germany.

I had all repairs done at Spurwechsel and the car passed the MOT in May without a blemish. Valid until 05.2023

 

I have lived in Berlin for almost 20 years, have never owned a car, but have always enjoyed driving, but there was never a need to own a car.

I remember the 924 from the 80's very well and a few years ago there was a gold 924 in the neighborhood and I realized again how much I love this car. There was still no logical reason to buy a car, but I was getting more and more into the idea. 2.5 years ago I asked a friend (who specializes in classic cars) if he could help me get a 924 in good condition and then everything happened very quickly.

I'm not superstitious, but everything just fell into place with this car. The previous owner lived a few towns away from my in-laws, year of manufacture 1983 (just like me) and the day of first registration is my brother's birthday. My wife also fell in love with the car immediately, and we've taken several trips in the last three summers in the greatest car in the world.

It is with a heavy heart that we are now parting with the car, as unfortunately we no longer have the time to use it properly since the birth of our little daughter, and the car is far too beautiful to let it rot in the garage.

When my daughter is out of the woods, I will definitely rejoin the 924 owners club. I love this car.

Mileage according to the speedometer 69,151km. According to the shop and the wear marks, they think it has a maximum of 169,000km on the clock. The owner had the shocks completely replaced in the beginning and then had minor things repaired.

 

The car is in very well maintained original condition. It appears to be mostly in original paint.

The paint hardness is mostly between 180-250 μm and there are no accident marks to be found. It was probably repainted on the left rear, as here the paint is 200-300 μm and you can see light paint marks on the rubber of the side window.

This Porsche 924 is a perfect entry level classic with rising prices. It has a daily driver condition that makes it a perfect town car to be enjoyed for grocery shopping during the week and driving on country roads on weekends.