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928gts W 23k Actual Miles And In Show Condition! on 2040-cars

Year:1994 Mileage:23343
Location:

Geneva, New York, United States

Geneva, New York, United States

This Porsche 928 GTS is among the finest in the country, and is rare.  There were only 139 made in 1994, with the first 20 being of the 1993 specs, and the last 119 made with the highest level of technology ever produced for the line.  There were only 77 made in the final year of production, making my car one of the last 200 made of Porsche's first 8 cylinder super car.  I have an independent appraisal made two years ago when I bought this investment, which depicts the car to likely appreciate in value by 5% per year if kept in the same fine condition.

This GTS is highly original except for maintenance items.  Only the stereo has been changed from the factory presentation.  Now, I have a Blaupunkt Toronto BT, with MP3 and USB compatibility in addition to Bluetooth.  There is a 12" woofer and a huge amp in the hatchback area which is shielded by the hatch cover.  I have the original carpet and padding, and the cargo net to go with her, but not shown in the pics.  The original tan floor mats are not shown and go with, and have some signs of wear.  The battery is new with a trickle charger set up, installed for storage.  The paint is in extraordinary condition.  I know there are some, but I find no sign of chips when I wax her, so a great job of cover up was done.  This car has not been damaged and the paint is original.  The Michelin Pilot Sports are all new with about 1500 miles on them.  All services are up to date, including the timing belt and water pump service.  This car needs absolutely zero service, as I have made sure all fluids and services have been performed so I could drive her with confidence.  There are no leaks.  The AC is strong and the exhaust sounds truly terrific.  It softly roars, more than any other Porsche Ive driven.  The original tools are there but it looks like one slot is empty.  The original tire and changing tools are also there as original.  The oil pressure is very high and she does not ever over heat.

I've had 19 Porsches and acknowledge this one to be well above average.  I am selling due to my advancing age and lack of time to drive several vehicles.  If I can qualify you as a serious buyer, I can provide references and the independent appraisal mentioned above.  However, I recommend that you also have the car appraised or qualified before buying.  Let me, John, know of your questions by email to Rx4jp@aol.com.

Last comment.  I've had manual transmission and AT 928s.  These cars are so powerful and well geared, that you would seldom get to use more than two gears on US roads.  With the Automatic, you get ease of touring even in traffic, plus a frightening 'stomp-down' when you open her up.  I honestly believe the AT makes the car seem faster.  It is certainly more accommodating.  

Good luck in your search.  These are fantastic cars.  

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