1982 Porsche 928 Base Coupe 2-door 4.5l Sparco Interior on 2040-cars
North Manchester, Indiana, United States
Hello, I'm here to list my pride and joy, a 1982 Porsche 928. First off, let me disclose that I don't need to sell it, and I'm seeing if anybody has any genuine interest in it. The previous owner had it for 13 years, and kept all of his receipts and records, and I have done the same. It runs and drives perfectly, and is the perfect Sunday driver. This car has come from a meticulous (not first time either) Porsche owner that makes sure all preventitive maintenance is done, and the car is preforming as it should (regular oil changes and washes/polishes/waxes) The car drives VERY straight, and is in almost perfect mechanical condition. The car looks as it should, if not better for a 32 year old "regularly driven" car. The doors close tight, and the joints meet up as they should. I easily have over 10k in receipts from the previous owner, not to mention the money that I just put in it (as listed below). We don't have emissions in Indiana, so I couldn't tell you if it'd pass, but it has in the past so i don't know why it wouldn't.
New Tires ($1000) *On Stanced and Staggered "PhoneDial" rims that have recently been powder coated with very few imperfections (Picture has the tread... Under 100 miles.)
New Authentic Sparco Racing Seats ($1000)
New Sparco Steering Wheel and MOMO hub ($320)
New Timing Belt, Spark Plugs, and Wires ($1500)
Speaker Setup ($400)
Awesome Classic Porsche in Great Mechanical (-Priceless-) Condition
I kept it in a heated garage throughout the harsh winter this year too.
All of the electric components work, except for cruise control.
The sunroof doesn't work, but the motor for it does. (Needs a new cable)
Dash is cracked, and some of the leather has shrunk. (Picture 6)
The odometer stopped working about 5k miles ago.
There is some weird scaling on part of the paint. (Left rear quarter panel-in picture 6)
There are some very small paint chips, and rust spots, but it is still very clean! (Picture 8)
Missing a piece on the front bumper. (Picture 7)
Bad O2 sensor causing a light to turn on, which is easily dismissed with a simple touch.
If you put new leather all around (which I'm planning on doing if this doesn't sell) it will be better than new with the seats and steering wheel.
Feel free to email, call, or text about any questions you may have. Thanks again :)
Maxwell @ 260-330-0123
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Auto blogWed, 01 May 2013
Driving a vehicle with a military license plate in China provides many privileges. Legally reserved for official vehicles only, the designation apparently allows drivers to enjoy special liberties on the roads, including breaking traffic laws, filling up with free fuel and receiving light-and-siren escorts through congested cities. So attractive are the benefits that there is a secondary market for used legal and counterfeit plates - especially among those wealthy enough to afford luxury cars. But all of that is reportedly coming to an end, as President Xi Jinping, chairman of the Central Military Commission, is on a mission to fight corruption in his country.
A new license plate system goes into effect today, and it is designed to "maintain social harmony, stability and the reputation of the military," says the PLA Daily, the armed forces' official newspaper. While the abuse has been going on for many years, the internet has put the spotlight on the bad behavior, and the negative press does not represent the morals and true colors of the armed forces, say officials.
While military-plated Porsche drivers have been singled out as offenders, Bloomberg notes that all vehicles with engine displacements above 3.0 liters and with a sticker price in excess of about $73,000, will be banned from receiving military plates. This includes vehicles from Audi, Cadillac, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar, Land Rover, Lincoln and the Volkswagen Phaeton. Even if drivers are savvy enough to circumvent the new issuing system, the military has put technology at toll gates to catch users of counterfeit plates. There has been no word on the punishment if caught.
There was little usual about this year's 24 Hours of Le Mans - intermittent rain in the weeks before the race meant cars didn't get on track as much as they wanted, and intermittent rain during the race meant cars went off track a lot more than they wanted. The race started with a wet track, and one of the records broken because of the random downpours was the number of times the safety car led the field - 11 times this year - although the record of two hours and 53 minutes of lapping behind the safety car, set in 2011, was not eclipsed.
None of that served to dampen the action. With little more than an hour left in the race there were cars still only a few seconds apart fighting for position, leads still changing because of pit stops and everyone drafting anyone they could.
Things didn't go the usual way up front, either - well, not exactly...
The other day, Porsche announced a new special edition of the Cayenne. We didn't pay it much heed because it appeared to be exclusive to Europe (or, at least, markets other than ours), but now Porsche has announced its availability in North America, as well.
It's called the Platinum Edition, and it's available exclusively on the entry-level models with either the 3.6-liter V6 or 3.0-liter turbodiesel V6. You can tell the special edition apart from any other Cayenne by the silver details (accenting the grilles, window trim and rear spoiler) and its two-tone black and beige leather interior. But what makes it a compelling choice is the long list of equipment, which Porsche has identified as the most requested options and fitted them as standard, including the eight-speed Tiptronic S transmission, Power Steering Plus, Park Assist, Convenience Package and Bose audio.
Pricing starts at $63,300 for the Cayenne Platinum Edition, or $66,900 for the Cayenne Diesel Platinum Edition. That represents a premium of approximately $13,000 over a bone-stock model, but actually saves you a few grand if you were going to select all those options anyway. Check out the press release below for all the details.