Stock # EV512
Mileage: 50,974
Manual 5-Speed
Platinum Metallic
Brown Leather

1983 Porsche 944
Platinum Metallic / Brown
50,974 Miles
Documentation From New
Sport Spec – LSD, Shocks, Seats
Vin # WP0AA0944DN451044
Paint/Interior Code: LM8U/LM8U
Options: C59, 220 (Limited Slip Differential), 409 (Leather Sport Seats), 431 (Leather Steering Wheel), 456 (Sports Shocks and Stabilizers), 533 (Alarm System
Evolve Motors is pleased to present this 1983 Porsche 944
Here we have a great example of a very early 944, serial #1044. This car is spec'd out extremely well. Yes it has the lovely Platinum Metallic over brown leather combo, but it's what underneath that really makes this car so special. This 944 was optioned with a limited slip differential, sport shocks/stabilizers, and sports seats. With its light weight and sport suspension, this car is absolute blast to drive. This 944 is a two-owner car, with extensive maintenance documentation. All oil changes are stamped into the original warranty booklet, and I have receipts in-hand for loads of recent maintenance, including a fresh timing belt, water pump, distributor cap/rotor, drive belts, AC compressor, starter assembly, alternator, battery, and a flushing/bleeding of the coolant and brake systems. The car had a 65-point inspection in late 2015
Platinum Metallic is a seriously handsome color and is accentuated by the brown interior. This car wears a respray of the original color (paint gauge reads 10-12 all around), which presents very well. Exterior blemishes to be aware of include a spot on the passenger door where the clear coat is peeling, a dry spot on the roof, a couple rock chips on the passenger rear fender, and small scuffs on the lower front lip below the fog lights. No dents. Paint shines very nicely; the respray was clearly done to a high standard. Cookie-cutter wheels are in excellent shape and look great on the car, with no curb rash
Brown leather sport seats are excellent; they're in great shape and are very comfortable and supportive. Porsche-script floor mats (front and back) are equally well-preserved. Original dash is cracked in the center, and there is a color-matched dash cover fitted. All powered systems are functional. Air conditioning blows cold, heat heats, wiper sprayers spray, Sony 25WX4 stereo sounds nice and crisp, rear hatch struts hold, defrosters are functional, and the central alarm system works, controlled by the lock on the forward-most part of the driver's rear fender
This particular 944 is extremely well-preserved underneath. No rust in the slightest, it's clearly been garaged all its life. Rubber boots are not torn, and there are no traces of old fluid strewn about the underbody. Dry and clean. The car drives very, very well; I recently had an '83 944 with 7,000 miles on it, and this one feels very similar in how tight it is. No noises of concern, this is an excellent driver as it sits. With all the recent maintenance, this car has a ton of life left in it and is sure to make the next owner very happy

1983 Porsche

944 2dr Hatchback

Stock # EV512