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Porsche 944 Pricing and Specs

1991 Porsche 944

1991

From $10,700

Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)

1982 to 1990

$6,600 - 33,550

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Year Price From Price To
1991 $10,700 $36,300
1990 $10,700 $33,550
1989 $7,700 $31,350
1988 $6,600 $29,700
1987 $6,600 $28,600
1986 $6,600 $24,200
1985 $6,600 $13,310
1984 $6,600 $13,310
1983 $6,600 $13,310
1982 $6,600 $13,310
* Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price

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Porsche 944 FAQs

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  • Unleaded porsche

    THEY'LL happily run on unleaded without an additive. The valve seats are the same in the pre-'86 engines as those built after the introduction of unleaded fuel. But you will need to run 98-octane fuel if you want to get the best out of it.

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  • Porsche engine cutting out

    I haven't heard of this problem before and I would suggest it's a result of age rather than anything else. Because it's intermittent it can be hard to trace, but I would be looking for a faulty connection, perhaps one that's corroded or loose. I would take it to an independent Porsche specialist, or an auto electrician.

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