genevamotorsports New Reader
April 17, 2014 10:43 a.m.

We have decided to move on from Porsche 924,944 & 968 cars and sell our complete inventory. This will be a super deal for anyone serious about these cars. Fifteen years of cars, engines, transmissions, rust-free body parts, chassis and tons of general parts. We still build race cars and recently stopped parting out complete 944 cars. Here is a basic list:

1987 924S complete race car, 944 cup, ITS, very nice, only needs tires, clear title

1988 2.5 n/a complete engine, high compression

1984 2.5 n/a complete engine

1987 924S sunroof delete stripped chassis, no title

1988 944 stripped chassis, clear title

968 hatch with wing

rust free front and rear fenders, doors, front clips, hoods, gas tanks, bumpers, etc.

944 turbo front end set

struts, torsion bars, steering racks and columns, sway bars

944 turbo engine, disassembled

late model HVAC controls, multiple good units

cranks, pistons, rods, etc.

intake and exhaust manifolds

wheels

many interior parts

oil coolers

brake calipers

boxes and boxes of parts

TAKE EVERYTHING IN ONE PACKAGE FOR $7,500

BRING A BIG TRUCK!

Call Jeremy 407-739-1535 or Seth 407-280-7306

April 17, 2014 11:18 a.m.

Excuse me while I go find a ski mask and make a withdrawal from the local bank...back in a minute.

DrBoost PowerDork
April 17, 2014 4:15 p.m.

Would you sell either of the transmissions? Would they hold up to a 400 HP LS1?

genevamotorsports New Reader
April 17, 2014 4:27 p.m.
DrBoost wrote: Would you sell either of the transmissions? Would they hold up to a 400 HP LS1?

The 968 6 speed trans is the beefier of the two. It has the "all gear" Torsen LSD and the final gearing is much more suited to the LS1. I would sell it separate for $2500. I don't think the 4.11's would hold up in the other trans to all that torque.

DrBoost PowerDork
April 17, 2014 4:32 p.m.

I'm assuming that's just the trans, and not the suspension as well? I'm not sure if I can work it out (money and transportation, I'm in MI) at this point, but I'm interested.
At this point I'm looking for a 951 trans, or similar (with LSD if at all possible) and the turbo suspension.

genevamotorsports New Reader
April 17, 2014 5:54 p.m.

That is the trans alone. Don't waste time with the turbo suspension. Not enough difference for all the work. Go with a coil over kit instead. You can change spring rates and ride height at will. Stay with stock sway bars for the street. The fat bars get very darty and pull the car all over on rough roads. Get the factory M030 968 club bars for the track. Great balance and good price.

April 17, 2014 6:50 p.m.

Florida??? Couldn't be much farther could you.....

DrBoost PowerDork
April 17, 2014 8:54 p.m.
genevamotorsports wrote: That is the trans alone. Don't waste time with the turbo suspension. Not enough difference for all the work. Go with a coil over kit instead. You can change spring rates and ride height at will. Stay with stock sway bars for the street. The fat bars get very darty and pull the car all over on rough roads. Get the factory M030 968 club bars for the track. Great balance and good price.

Thanks for the input! Now, my knowledge on these is still limited and yours is not so I'll ask you. I'm not really at the rear suspension part of the build so I haven't researched this real well yet so bear with me....
The reason for the turbo suspension is for the wider track if I understand it correctly is for the wider track. If you're saying springs and shocks aren't that much different, and can be had cheaper in the aftermarket, are there other ways to get the wider track besides spacers?

genevamotorsports New Reader
April 18, 2014 10:52 a.m.

The track width is the same on turbos and N/A's. The wheels are 1" (7 vs 8) wider in the back is all. Porsche widened overall control arm track width in 1987 to allow for antilock brakes, but used a deeper offset to keep the wheel track the same. If your car is an 87+ you can use early wheels to widen the track width 58mm (2.28"). If your car is '86 or earlier, find some '86 turbo rear wheels (16x8").

genevamotorsports New Reader
April 29, 2014 3:42 p.m.

We sold the expensive transmissions and some other small stuff so we lowered the price to $12,500! This is a super deal for anyone wanting to start racing Porsche's for a reasonable price...our loss is your gain.

Mike924 Reader
May 1, 2014 8:06 a.m.

GenevaMotorsports;

I am a bit far from Florida to take it all, but I am interested in the early 944 suspension and brakes to upgrade my early 924 to 4 wheel disc. Do you have and would you part with those as well as how much would you want for spindles, hubs, brake master, trailing arms. Etc..

I hope you can help. Thanks for your time. Mike Kirby Ottawa Canada

octavious Reader
May 2, 2014 7:41 a.m.

How much for the 968?

And are either of the 2.5 motors in running condition or are they in need of rebuild? What is the price on those?

genevamotorsports New Reader
May 2, 2014 12:18 p.m.
Mike924 wrote: GenevaMotorsports; I am a bit far from Florida to take it all, but I am interested in the early 944 suspension and brakes to upgrade my early 924 to 4 wheel disc. Do you have and would you part with those as well as how much would you want for spindles, hubs, brake master, trailing arms. Etc.. I hope you can help. Thanks for your time. Mike Kirby Ottawa Canada

Sorry, we do not have any complete early suspensions. The VW guys snap those up quick.

genevamotorsports New Reader
May 2, 2014 12:35 p.m.
octavious wrote: How much for the 968? And are either of the 2.5 motors in running condition or are they in need of rebuild? What is the price on those?

We will sell the 968 for $5K or BO. We bought it as a well running daily driver. We stripped and sold the interior, pulled the fuel tank and lines for cleaning and prepped the inside for a cage. The project stopped there. Both 2.5 engines were pulled from good running cars, compression and oil pressure verified good. $900 for the '88, $500 for the '84.

genevamotorsports New Reader
May 3, 2014 12:44 p.m.

We sold the race car. Everything left for $7500!

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