|June 17th, 2007, 12:09 PM||#1|
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Join Date: 05-01-06
Location: Frankenmuth, Mi.
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Here are a few photo's of my friends 928S that he's selling. It is a 1984 Porsche 928S. It has approx. 120,000 miles on it. He bought it in Georgia and drove it back in Nov. 2006.
The general information on the vehicle is listed below:
Engine displacement 4.7L with 234 bhp & 263 ft/lbs
4-speed automatic transmission
Rear spoiler integrated into the bodywork as standard equipment
Lower front spoiler added as standard equipment
Hydraulic motor mounts
Wheels were 7x16 flat disc with an offset of 65mm with 225/50 16 tires
Base MSRP in 1984: $44,000
L-Jetronic fuel injection system with hot wire air-flow sensor
928 S Dimensions
Wheel base 98.43"
Track width front 60.80"
Track width rear 59.60"
Overall length 175.10"
Overall width 72.28"
Ground clearance 4.72"
Turning circle 38.4'
He bought it knowing that it needed a few things fixed. The front spoiler was cracked by the previous owner on a steep driveway. The air needs to be recharged. He purchased new hatch and lock moldings as well as a new battery and battery box.
He is selling it for $5,200.00 which is a break even point for him. He had every intention of keeping this, but the other Porsche model he wanted became available just a few days ago. His 928S was owned by the same family since new. He bought it from an Attorney who bought it from her Dad. Her Dad bought it from his Father, who had purschased it new.
Located in Saginaw Twp. PM me for his e-mail address if your interested. Thanks
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Last edited by Renegade II; August 21st, 2007 at 08:40 AM.
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