1986 Porsche 928
Up for sale is a 1986 Porsche 928 S with a 5 speed manual transmission. This model is considered a 1986.5 model, ll 86.5 models received the same big brakes and suspension as the 87+ S4 model. The mileage is 89,800 and will go up a small amount as I drive the car around on the weekends. I bought the car to fix it up and have decided to move along to a 911 that I am buying. I have a clean title and the mileage is accurate. The odometer and trip odometer both work. The car runs and drives fine, rive it home! This 928 S runs very strong. This car was used as a street track car, o some of the accessories have been deleted. The A/C is completely removed as well as the belt driven cooling fan. There is a large electric blower fan ran by a toggle switch mounted in front of the radiator for excellent cooling. The temperature gauge always stays in the middle, ven idling in traffic in this 90 degree weather we have been having. The car fires right up every time, ou can tell the car has good compression. No smoke on start up ever. The clutch grabs great, nd the transmission operates just fine, ll gears grabs with no grinding. The car tracks straight down the road and stops straight as well. The suspension is tight and the brakes are excellent with no noise. At some point the car was partially gutted. The rear hatch area is completely gutted from everything down to the body and has been plasti-dipped black. The original paint underneath is in decent shape. The body of the car is straight with no big dings or dents, here are scratches here and there and small dents associated with a nearly 30 year old car. Every panel on the car have been repainted except for the driver door and driver rear quarter panel. I have a $500 paint gauge and metered all the panels and found no bondo on any of the panels. This is not a show car, t shows well and the paint is glossy and the color looks nice. The car could really use a good detail on the body, am sure the paint will come out looking even better. The windows go up and down no problem and the sunroof works. The headlights operate fine with no issue. Both side power seats work fine, very switch on both sides work. The dash is cracking. The steering wheel is worn pretty good, have a new skin to go with the wheel in Genuine Brown leather. The headliner is stripped around the sunroof area, nd the sunroof motor is exposed. I have over $21,000 in service records since 2006 @80,000 miles. Below are the receipts I went through and totaled up, he previous owner spared no expense on the maintenance of the car. 2/2005-$1,679-Wheels/Tires Front- 17X7.5- ET52 Porsche Cup 1 Rear-17X9-ET47 Porsche Cup 1 wheels 1/2006-$6,705-Timing belt/Waterpump-@80,288 miles TIming belt, ater pump,front engine seals, /c gaskets, eplace oil pan, eplace steering rack, /s hose, eplace MAF. 4/2006-$7,012-Clutch/torque tube replacement @81,146 miles Disassemble transmission, ew clutch, eplace trans and central tube. Replace real main seal, nd new oxygen sensor. 9/2007-$4,023-Intake Refresh @ 82,039 miles Intake gaskets, uel injector, anifold gaskets, ll new fuel pressure regulators, lugs, ompression test,etc. Compression numbers:cylinder 1-150, ylinder 2-160, ylinder 3-150, ylinder 4-170, ylinder 5-170, ylinder 6-150, ylinder 7-160, ylinder 8-150. 6/2013-$701.96-New tires New Good Year Eagle GT 225/45/R17 all around. 05/2015-$950-New Parts I replaced all intake runner boots and clamps with genuine Porsche new. Genuine $300 Rebuilt right rear axle (not installed), teering wheel brown leather skin (not installed), eplaced the alternator cooling duct with genuine. Comes with new "Porsche, 28 S" decals (not installed). 2 new rear hatch shocks (not installed). Things to address: The right rear axle inner boot is torn, have a brand new genuine re-manufactured axle that needs to be installed. The climate control unit does not work at all, o blower, othing. The radio works, nly gets sound out of the driver side speakers, never cared about this. The passenger side door cannot be opened from pulling the handle on the outside, t must be opened from the inside. The rear hatch shocks are shot and do not hold the hatch up, have two new ones that go with the car. The car has an exhaust leak, believe it is coming out right before cats on the Y-Pipe under the shielding. The cats are in good shape! The instrument cluster bulbs are burned out, t night time the cluster is dim. If you are looking for an excellent driving 86.5 928 S with a rare 5 speed manual and low mileage for cheap, his is your car. Put a roll cage in, uspension and you have yourself an awesome street/track car.