Every classic car brand has their undesirable models, and for Porsche it's got to be the unloved 924 (or arguably, the similar 944). Intended as an entry-level Porsche--the gateway drug to get you into the brand--the 924 debuted in 1976 with Porsche's first automatic transmission and an aesthetically unfortunate beltline.
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We've just learned that in the 1980s, an aftermarket company called DP Motorsport took several 924s and converted them into "Porsche 924 DP Cargo" station wagons:
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Yeesh. Even though they attempted to clean up the beltline, I have to believe even Jerry Seinfeld wouldn't collect one of these. But if you've got £30,000 (USD $38,600) to spare and a quirky sense of aesthetics, this car is for sale here.