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944 to a 968

Old 04-28-2006, 12:42 AM
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Yesterday the girlfriend mentioned something about me having to get rid of my beloved 944. We have a 6 month old child and aparently having a second vehicle that doesn't have room for a car seat is a problem. So I was looking at other potential purchases and I've decided that I like the 968 coupes. I know little to nothing about the 968s other than its a 3.0L 4 cyl with a 6 sp manual. The one's I've been finding are about $12-15K with about 40-60K miles on the odo. Is there anything that needs to be looked at with these vehicles before I have a PPI done? I know the basics such as smokeing, body lines, and the such. Are the prices I'm finding fair? Also from the photo's I've seen it looks like they have the same interior as the 944's but it looks like the rear seats have alot more room, is this so? If they are about the same then I need to look elsewhere. Does anyone have good sports car that can fit a car seat? Anyone have any thoughts?

Thanks for the help
Old 04-28-2006, 06:41 AM
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Hi Jake, please see your other post in "General Porsche Chat" for the solution.
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