Porsche 928

Fixed price

€ 24,500.-

Car-ID: OT0236
Model, Body type:
Coupe
Registration:
1982
Engine Power:
4,420 CCM (177 KW / 240 BHP)
Transmission:
Automatic
Color:
Blue
Doors:
2
Mileage:
36,300 km

Vehicle Description

– Porsche 928 in beautiful colour combination
– dark blue exterior with matching colour leather interior
– German delivery and always registered in Germany
– power windows, air conditioning, Grundig cassette radio
– honest vehicle with appropriate traces of use
– completely re-painted
– engine revised at Hamburg Porsche Centre in 1994, amounting to 23,600 DM
– odometer replaced
– new battery in 01/2018
– original toolkit on board
– German registration documents, valid technical approval until 05/2018 and historic plates


The other great Porsche

This was supposed to be the heir to the throne, successor to the forever-young 911, which in the late 1960s was thought to be way past its prime, with not much of a future ahead. Hence a radically different layout was favoured: The new top-of-the-range model was designed to be a luxury touring car, with a powerful watercooled V8 engine in the front, providing 176 kW (240 hp) from 4,5 litres of displacement, and a transaxle layout, which enabled a weight distribution of nearly 50/50 (front/rear). The 928 debuted in 1977 at the Geneva Motor show. In 1978, it won the coveted “European Car of the Year” award, as the first sports car ever – a clear indication of just how advanced the 928 was both technically as well as with regards to styling. Many Porsche enthusiasts, however, greeted the 928 with something ranging from suspicion to downright rejection, as the 911 continued to sell. Nevertheless, the 928 became a success in its own right, with a construction period of no less than 18 years. Later models featured a 5.4 litre engine with up to 257 kW (350 hp). Only about 1/5 of all 928 came with a manual gearbox!

Vehicle Overview

Interior Features

  • Blue
  • Leather

Exterior Features

  • Blue

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