Porsche 924 “Cargo”

More of this, because— well, why not? You may have seen this car before (it loves popping up on random Internet car fora), but it’s none the worse for it, so here it is: the Porsche 924 “Cargo” by German design and tuning firm DP Motorsports. It looks absolutely incredible.

Between 1988 and 2003 DP Motorsport converted seven Porsche 944 into superfast wagons. With its fiberglass and steel tube modifications, the Cargo is even stiffer than the production 944 (source).

Images and information: Helmut Schnug (shooting-brake.com)

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~ by DL on August 13, 2010.

10 Responses to “Porsche 924 “Cargo””

  1. That’s pretty cool!

  2. I find it very interesting that shooting brake versions of either two-door cars or sportscars are so popular amongst car enthusiasts, yet they are hardly ever produced.

  3. It’s very weird…but I like it.

  4. You mean 944, right?

    That being said, it’s rad. I want one yesterday. It would *almost* make the headache of 944 ownership worth it.

  5. It’s got a subtle whiff of Volvo P1800ES around the C-pillar. Very awesome.

  6. Even cooler to see it has Belgian plates

  7. There are red versions floating around to. If I ever find one for sale, I will have it.

  8. the red one in question (may as well):

  9. Still on offer:

    http://www.autofrom.net/EN_auto_302718.shtml

    It’s been on sale for at least a year and half now:

    http://bringatrailer.com/2011/04/18/belgian-brake-1981-dp-porsche-924-cargo

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