Available for auction is this 1982 Porsche 928 S finished in Chiffon White over a brown leather interior. A major update for Porsche's iconic grand tourer, the 928 S received a larger 4.7-liter V8 engine producing as much power as a contemporary 911 Turbo. This example has been modified with a Borla exhaust system and is now being offered for auction by its owner out of Pennsylvania showing approximately 51k miles on the odometer.
Finished in Chiffon White, this 928 S features black-painted spoilers and body-color side moldings as well as pop-up headlamps, integrated front fog lights, a rear lid with a glass window, a rear wiper, a sunroof, and dual exhaust outlets. The anodized finish of its 16” forged-aluminum disc wheels impart an exclusive look to the 928 S, which are dressed in Yokohama S Drive tires. The seller notes some paint imperfections were touched-up under prior ownership, the sunroof appears to get stuck on the seal, and the rear hatch release has stopped working. Detailed images are provided in the gallery along with a clean CARFAX report.
Inside, the brown leather upholstered cabin accommodates electrically operated full leather front seats and matching “PORSCHE” logo carpets. The 928 S comes equipped with cruise control, an electronic central warning system, electrically adjustable mirrors, a locking glovebox, a headlamp cleaning system, and four stereo speakers. The seller states that there are some signs of aging and wear throughout the cabin.
The 928 S debuted a new 4.7-liter V8 engine producing up to 300 HP and 284 lb.-ft of torque. This example is equipped with a 3-speed automatic transaxle sending power to the rear wheels. To match the increased engine output, Porsche suited the 928 S with larger brake pads and thicker discs than its predecessor. This 928 S has been upgraded with a Borla exhaust system and recent service items are said to include the replacement of the battery and fuel injection relay.
This sale will include a clean title.
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