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Just about run-in with 6,288 miles! All original parts Loaded with every Optional Extra available at the time of order Totally original, untouched, unmodified. No accident, mark, ding, rust or any notable blemish Full leather interior in Linen finish still smelling of leather Last serviced in August 2018. MoT until September 2019 A turbo version of the 944 was always on the cards, and it boosted the 2.5-litre engine by nearly 60bhp, whilst both the clutch and gearbox were uprated to suit. The chassis was beefed up and thicker anti-roll bars and four-pot brake callipers were fitted. A smooth nose panel and a larger rear spoiler, streamlined to offer a flat aerofoil, distinguished it from its lesser siblings. For 1988, a Turbo SE was offered with 250bhp thanks to a larger turbocharger, the transmission was again upgraded, and a limited-slip diff was fitted along with uprated brakes and Koni dampers. From 1989-1991 the 'SE' specification was adopted for the standard 944 Turbo, making it somewhat of a sleeping giant. We are very pleased to be able to offer this very special, 1991 944 Turbo. Normally when it comes to compiling a catalogue and website description for our customer's cars, we will look at the vendor's notes and try and create a coherent description listing all the relevant facts, emphasising the cars good points, and playing down any slightly optimistic claims. However, when the owner of this very smart 944, composed a short list for us and having seen the car, it seemed almost unnecessary to try and put it all into sentences, so we thought we would publish it exactly the way he wrote it. Coachwork: Excellent, unmarked Paintwork: Excellent, unmarked, original paintwork Engine: Just about run-in with 6,288 miles! All original parts Transmission & Gearbox: 5-speed manual Electrical Equipment: All in working order Interior Trim: Excellent, unmarked History of vehicle: 1. Porsche 944 Turbo, 1st registered August 1991, Coupe 2+2 2. One original owner (myself) 3. Was sold as the last new Porsche 944 Turbo in the UK by Monarch Porsche of Warwick (Now Evans Halshaw) 4. 6,288 miles from new 5. Metallic Baltic Blue 6. Full leather interior in Linen finish, still smelling of leather 7. Totally original, untouched, unmodified 8. No accident, mark, ding, rust or any notable blemish 9. Stored in garage and under cover, not seen rain or salty road conditions 10. Car loaded with every Optional Extra available at the time of order (including gold inserts in all wheels, removable sunroof, air con., upgraded stereo sound system, etc.) 11. Service History. Last serviced in August 2018. Mechanically in full (nearly new) working condition. 12. MoT valid until September 2019 So there it is. Not much more to say. If you are in the market for a late-model 944 Tubo, with one owner, tiny mileage, a huge specification, unmarked coachwork, an interior that still smells of leather, an impeccable service history, and in a timeless colour scheme, - this is probably it.