1985 928 S, 5-speed, Pussian/Burgundy leather

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This 1985 Porsche 928S is powered by a 5.0-liter V8 mated to a 5-speed manual transaxle and shows 81,770 miles. First purchased in Warminster, Pennsylvania, this grand tourer was serviced at the Holbert’s Porsche/Audi dealership until 2008 when the next owner moved the car to New York. The clean Carfax indicates the car was then serviced at Haupt Strasse Porsche in New York, where it stayed until the selling dealer recently acquired it. Modifications include a 2.73:1 ratio differential, MDS stainless steel exhaust headers, upgraded springs, and Koni shocks. The timing belt, tensioner, and water pump were replace in early 2018. This 928S is now offered by the selling dealer with a car cover, original keys, owner’s manual, stamped service book, tool kit, and a clean Pennsylvania title

Finished in Prussian Blue Metallic, the exterior features a power sunroof, front spoiler, rear windshield wiper, and pop-forward H4 headlights. Paint depth meter readings in the gallery show 4.4 – 7.7 thousandths of an inch on various body panels.

A new feature for 1985, the antenna is embedded in the windshield.

Staggered-width 16″ aluminum Club Sport wheels with color Porsche crests are mounted with Michelin Pilot SX tires. The seller identifies stone chips on the front bumper, lower front fenders, and hood, and the front spoiler is cracked on the passenger side.

The Burgundy interior features leather seats, matching carpets, and branded floor mats. Both the steering wheel and shifter are wrapped in leather. Amenities included power windows, power seats, and central locking. The Blaupunkt Reno SQR 46 connects to a factory amplifier and 81,770 miles are shown on the odometer. Photos in the gallery show the condition of the dashboard.

New for 1985, the DOHC 5.0-liter M28/43 V8 is equipped with MDS stainless headers and a reported performance tune. The seller states that the timing belt, tensioner, roller and water pump were all replaced 2k miles ago in early 2018. The 5-speed G28/11 manual transaxle is equipped with a locking differential.

Photos in the gallery detail the condition of the underside including the 2.73:1 rear end and upgraded coil-over suspension featuring Koni shocks.

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