Nice try but you missed the first 924S. Check your history, Porsche did the S option in 1979 to make a basis for the D production racers. No sunroof, manual windows, limited slip and humongous brakes. I was lucky enough to find one of these in the late 90’s and it was a sick track car.
9/28/23 1:46 p.m.
I remember Hot Rod magazine (or was it VW/Porsche magazine?) doing an article about installing fender flares and wide wheels/tires on a 924. It made the car look even better than a 944 as I recall. Would be interesting to take a discarded example or one with a fragged motor and make a hillclimb or autocross car with it. They are, however, rare in NC and I don’t see any on Craigslist.
Been enjoying my ’88, even if it wasn’t the most “primo, low-mileage, original-paint” example when I bought it.
Konis do make a big difference, as does renewing the shift linkage, and replacing the engine mounts…