Up for auction is this 1986 Porsche 928 S finished in Guards Red over Black leather. One of the most iconic grand touring cars of all time, this 928 S is powered by a 5.0 L 32v DOHC V8 engine paired with a smooth 4-speed automatic transaxle. This nicely preserved 2-owner 1986 example recently received a timing belt and water pump replacement, a PKS tensioner upgrade and some other noteworthy service items in preparation for sale. Remaining in excellent running order while showing just over 36k miles on the odometer, this well maintained 928 S is now being offered for auction by its seller out of Texas.
Reported to have been kept in storage under the care of its 2nd owner, the Guards Red paint is said to be in excellent original condition (detailed images are provided in the photo gallery). The 928 S-version can be identified by its body-colored side moldings, and black polyurethane front and rear spoilers. This example retains its factory Manhole Cover wheels which were dressed in new Hankook tires in 2019.
The luxurious Black leather interior is said to be in exceptional condition. The original Blaupunkt Reno radio remains in-place, although the seller indicates it to be nonfunctional. The automatic trunk release button is not working, and the electrically adjustable mirrors are said to have intermittent issues. All other gauges and accessories are said to be working properly including the air conditioning, power windows, and sunroof.
This 928 S is equipped with a 5.0 L 32v DOHC V8 engine which sends 288 HP and 302 lb.-ft of torque to the rear wheels by way of a 4-speed automatic transaxle. Routine service has been kept up to date throughout the lifetime of the vehicle including the following items which were addressed recently in 2020 in preparation for sale:
This sale will be accompanied by a set of 2 keys, an owner’s manual and warranty booklet, the original jack, toolkit, and spare tire, a clean title, and a collection of service records dating from 2015. With just over 36k miles on the odometer, this 928 S remains in very nice condition for its next owner.