They're all antiques by now, but the 924S with the 944 engine was a great car. 944 Turbos were awesome too and still favored by a lot of track guys. Just crank up the turbo boost Saab-style and you are at 400hp for the track. And the 968 is great too, if you can ever find one. I like the 944S2 convertible and saw one somewhere around here recently. What's cool about the 4 and flat 6 Porsches is that they make great daily drivers. I could get around 30 mpg with both of mine, driven respectfully. But I did go through a lot of fat rear tires at about $300 a pop for Porsche N-designation Pirellis and Michelins.