1988 Porsche 924S Authentic Brumos. Matching Numbers.
Extremely Rare 1 of only 2 produced.
Clean CARFAX-Original Unrestored.
This Peter Gregg tribute 924S was sold by Brumos Porsche and features the company’s stripes and decals, a MOMO steering wheel, and more. The car was sold new in Jacksonville, Florida and remained with its original owner until 1998. Power is from a 2.5L four paired with a rear-mounted 5-speed manual transaxle. A December 2018 service included a new timing belt, water pump, and air conditioning compressor as well as brake caliper rebuilds and more. This 924S is offered with service records since 1998, an autographed owner’s manual, a Carfax report, and a clean Florida title.
The Alpine White finish is contrasted by red and blue Brumos stripes. Clear coat separation is shown where the driver’s door meets the A-pillar and front fender, and chipping is visible on the lower front valance.
Original 15″ Phone Dial wheels show finish imperfections and are fitted with Esteem Delta tires. The headlights and removable roof panel are pictured both raised and lowered in the gallery below.
The cabin features tan upholstery and carpets contrasted by brown plastics and black Porsche-branded floor mats. The front custom sheepskin covers were removed. Seats are original and have some great patina. An aftermarket stereo has been fitted, and the air conditioning system was recently converted to R134a refrigerant with a new compressor.
A MOMO steering wheel fronts gauges including a 5-digit odometer which shows 66k miles and has rolled over according to the Carfax report. Delamination is shown on the passenger side of the headliner, cracking is visible at the top of the rear seat, and neither the cruise control or right-side power mirror adjuster are functional.
The 2.5L four was derived from that of the contemporary 944 and factory rated at 150 horsepower. A December 2018 service was performed by All Euro Car Care in Jacksonville, Florida, a specialty shop reportedly operated by a former Brumos service manager. The work included fitment of a new timing belt, water pump, balance shaft belt, idler pulley, thermostat, spark plugs, speed sensors, and air filter along with an oil change.
Power is sent to the rear wheels via a rear-mounted 5-speed manual transaxle. All four brake calipers have been rebuilt and the brake master cylinder, front rotors, and pads have been replaced according to an invoice below.
The inside back cover of the owner’s manual has been signed by Hurley Haywood, Don Leatherwood, and others. An option code sticker at the front of the manual decodes as follows:
018 – Sport steering wheel
454 – Automatic speed control
455 – Wheel locks
567 – Top-tinted windscreen
573 – Air conditioning
650 – Detachable roof panel, electrically openable
657 – Power assisted steering
946 – Leather seats with leatherette back and sides
Service records are available from 1998 through the $4,574 service in December 2018.
The Carfax report shows history in Florida from new. Mileage updates indicate that the odometer rolled over between 1995 and 1996, and the sixth digit appears to have been dropped from the readings beginning in 2001. No accidents or other damage are noted. All original body panels.
A fantastic opportunity for any Brumos Collection.
Ream Development LLC
Daytona Beach Florida USA