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- Chassis # WP0JB0929DS861352
- Showing just 47,915 miles from new
- Well optioned with desirable 5-Speed manual transmission and LSD
- Extensive service records and original sales invoice
- Largely original paint, finished in iconic 80's monochrome color scheme
The Porsche 928 was first introduced at the 1977 Geneva Motor Show. Originally designed to replace the iconic 911, the 928 was built to have the best qualities of both a sports car and a luxury grand tourer. After much back and forth it was determined that a 4.5 liter V8 making 240 hp in the European market would be placed in a front mounted configuration and a slick, well-appointed cabin would provide the comfort needed to cover miles of open road. The 928 was available with both a 5-Speed manual transmission as well as a 3-Speed automatic (later upgraded to a 4-Speed). Both the body and the engine underwent minor changes throughout its life time, with the engine topping out at a 5.4 liter V8, making 345 hp, in the 1992 GTS version. Although it never ousted the 911 as originally intended, the 928 sold well, with just over 61,000 vehicles being delivered worldwide during its production run from 1978 to 1995.
The car on offer here, chassis number WP0JB0929DS861352, is a 1983 Porsche 928 S, finished in iconic 80's monochromatic of Rubino Metallic exterior and Burgundy Leather interior. The paint on the car is believed to be mostly original, with the exception of the rear quarter panels and the rear bumper which were professionally resprayed. The car is well optioned with a desirable 5-Speed manual transmission, Limited Slip Differential, Power passenger seat, and some additional interior comfort options. The car has a clean CARFAX report, showing regular but limited usage and well cared for past. It should be noted that a mileage discrepancy is noted in 2010. Early history on the car is a little vague but it appears that the car spent most of its early life in Indiana, with the first CARFAX entry being at 20,000 miles in 1991 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The car was sold in 2006, ending up in Florida where it was driven sparingly and maintained appropriately with the included service records to show as proof. In April of 2014, the car was sold again with around 47,591 miles and wound up back in Michigan. As it sits now this 928 is in fantastic, well sorted and properly maintained condition. A large binder is included detailing the judicial service history of the vehicle as well as the refreshment or replacement of all pieces and components. With its iconic 80's color scheme, powerful V8 engine, well-kept service history, and posh, well-appointed interior, this example makes the ideal candidate for a comfortable driving and spirited use. Included with the sale of the car are the tools, air pump, original sales invoice, and extensive service records.
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