Posted by: porschebahn | January 13, 2009

1984 Porsche Carrera Track Car

This ’84 Carrera Coupe and other early Carreras make  great entry level track cars to use for Driver”s Education events and save your street car.  You can drive this one to the track, have fun and drive it home. 

I have had a few clients come out to one of our “Driving Experiences ” then start attending DE’s and get bitten by the track bug.  Many end up buying or building a car like this.  A lot of fun for not a lot of money.  This particular car is for sale at $22,950 with an aluminum trailer.

Below are the modifications and as you can see, most were done for handling and safety:

Suspension Upgrades:

ERP 935 Suspension, (front A-arms and rear spring plates)

front strut brace

Weltmeister adjustable sway bars

Fox coilover adjustable shocks (custom welded RSR rear cross member reinforcement for coilovers)

turbo tie rods

upper monoballs front and rear

corner balanced

 

Body Upgrades include:

– H&K stainless muffler

SSI heat exchanger

RS front and rear bumpers

Carrera tail, headlight covers

front mounted oil cooler professionally installed with duct in chassis

SS brake lines

 

Interior Upgrades include:

custom welded four-point roll bar that can be added to for full Roll Cage requirements if needed

Schroth 6 point harness set

Sparco EVO L seats

Momo steering wheel

RS door panels and pulls

– lightweight carpet and trim

Rennline aluminum track mat and floorboard


Responses

  1. Is this car still available? Where is it located? What is the milage of the car, on road and on track?

    Thanks,

    Pete

    • Peter,

      Thank You for visiting.
      Try Bob Saville, he was the Owner of Exclusive Motors who had the car on consignment. You can reach him at naro@carolina.rr.com. I met Bob at the Palmetto Regions 40th Anniversary Diner. Great guy with some very interesting racing stories. He is also the Porsche Club of America – Zone 3 Representative. Check out his website naroescapemotorsports.com.

      Thanks,

      Wally


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