Guards Red 1985 Porsche 928s on 2040-cars
Amherst, New Hampshire, United States
1985 Porsche 928s
This is a turn the key and drive car. Very mechanically sound and always has been
since my ownership. Driving this car is
a lot of fun, always turns heads! Always stored in a heated garage, waxed twice
a year. Totally babied and only driven on perfect weather days. Third owner of
the vehicle. Rust free. Tons of work and hours into this car within the last
2,000 miles. Wrap around dash is in
amazing shape with very minor tears.
Seats are in great shape with one small ware spot on drivers seat. On car, 911 Turbo Twist Rims with Painted
Center Caps. Complete Car.
All Work Done:
Power Steering Rack
Distributor Caps and Rotors
Brakes and Slotted Rotors
Front Calipers Rebuilt
Lower Valance Spoiler
Four Electric Switches in Interior for Windows
Brand New Battery
All Synthetic Fluids Swapped – Oil and Transmission Fluids
Upper and Lower Ball Joints
New Rear Decals
Front Fenders and Hood Repainted
Only Issues with the Car: Passengers window doesn’t work at
this point in time. Leather in rear has
come up from age. Again, minor tears
around the car. Cruise control and the
rear windshield wiper do not work. All
very minor issues. Will need tires at the end of the season based on tire.
Willing to answer any and all questions and send more pictures and video upon request. Please call 6039301142
Porsche 928 for Sale
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Fri, 04 Apr 2014 19:59:00 EST
We might be looking at the end of an era in European performance models. Mercedes-Benz is doing away with the SLS in favor of a rumored smaller and cheaper SLC, and Porsche has said that a new 911 GT2 isn't necessarily a sure thing, which means another 911 GT2 RS is even farther away. In its latest video, Evo's Jethro Bovingdon pits the ultimate versions of these German sports coupes against each other and finds two of the fastest cars the magazine has ever lapped around its track.
Sat, 13 Jul 2013 19:17:00 EST
In one corner, there is the Mercedes SLS AMG Black Series that sits as the pinnacle of the company's halo model. It relies on the classic setup of a V8 mounted in front powering the rear wheels. On the other side, there is the 911 GT2 RS with a turbocharged flat-six mounted at the back, spinning the rear wheels. It was conceived to be Porsche's ultimate expression of a turbocharged 911, and while it's a few years old, Bovingdon shows that it's up to the task of racing a more modern rival.
Both of these rear-wheel-drive monsters are more than capable of some fantastically smoky power-slides, but they also show how great the last generation of sports cars was. Scroll down to check out the video.
The latest episode of Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee features Seth Meyers of Saturday Night Live fame riding shotgun in what is a very special Porsche from host Jerry Seinfeld's collection: a 1973 911 Carrera RS 2.7. Seinfeld chose the "no-nonsense" sports car because he thought it fit his guest's personality (Meyers thinks motorcycles "are like the cigarette of transportation"), but we enjoy the chance to see one of these rare, über-valuable Porsches being driven on city streets - and in the rain, no less! What we don't like seeing is the Carrera RS being parallel parked behind a pick-up truck, though, fortunately, it seems that Seinfeld was able to avoid any front-end damage to the comparatively fragile Porsche.
Mon, 21 Oct 2013 11:29:00 EST
Once at the coffee shop, the two comedians have a candid conversation about Meyers' time with SNL, from his early days on the show when he didn't think he was good enough to be a cast member to some of the high points in his career, such as SNL's "Really!?" segment that he performed in and how he became a writer for the show.
After coffee, when they're back in the car and Seinfeld opens up the throttle of the lightweight RS 2.7, he manages to eke out a big grin from Meyers - or maybe it was a grimace at the thought of driving in the rain on old tires. Whatever the case, be sure to watch the video below (and stay tuned until the end for a surprise).
The 16th Petit Le Mans Powered By Mazda, in the final year of the American Le Mans Series presented by Tequila Patrón, was run on Saturday. Even though many of this year's championships had already been decided, the last ALMS race ever would be a 10-hour, 1,000-mile slog around Road Atlanta to get names in the record books and decide a few series trophies.
Since some of you will only get around to your TIVOs (or Fox Sports coverage) today, you should stop reading now if you don't want to know who did what...