I have the feeling the 924 is a better purchase than a miata
But I'm a Porsche mechanic and you're wrong.
More like it, but I really wouldnt pay more than 5k for it.
>barn find 924 near me
>minimal surface rust but...
>paint is fucked
>most things fucked
>but it runs (kind of)
I know these fuckers are money pits, but god damn the temptation...
I've got a Porsche 997 and I pay £920 a year insurance. I'm 26 with no claims and my postcode is considered high-risk by the insurance company. Further to which I dont have a garage so this is why my insurance is as high as £920 a year.
Road tax on the 2.5 engine would be quite cheap.
>slower than a Miata
>everything for it more expensive than a Miata because Porsche (even though it's really a VW)
MR2 is the only real option or an MGF assuming you can get those in murrica
916 is really just a 914. However, they pretty rare (I think there are only 10 official 916 cars) and they're all considered prototypes instead of regular production cars.
And yes, the 914 was the other car I was alluding to in the post you quoted.
>buying a Miata over any Porsche ever.
Literally the only difficult things about the 924/944 are the clutch and the wheel hubs.
So many people have no imagination, no money, and no ability to turn a wrench.
It's 700 pounds heavier but it makes up for being fast.
>people recommending a 986
Am I on bizzaro /o/?
That's under $20k US
Use the spare money to retrofit a direct oil feed to the *MS to make it reliable