Rare 1984 Porsche 928S, European (German) Model

1984 Porsche 928 S, European (German) Model

Technical specifications of Porsche 928 1984

Price: -
Item location: Ashland, Ohio, United States
Make: Porsche
Model: 928
Trim: S, European (German) Model
Year: 1984
Mileage: 89,493
VIN: 00000000000000000
Color: Slate Blue Metallic
Engine size: 4.7 (M28.22)
Number of cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Dark Blue
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

I will probably end up regretting this, but . . .
Up for sale is my 1984 Porsche 928S, European (German) model. Since this is the European version, it can produce 310 bhp and 295 lbft of torque(engine type: M28.22). (By comparison, the North American version for that year produced 243 bhp and 263 lbft of torque.) There is no belt currently attached to the A/C compressor--it's been that way since I bought it--and it features a K&N air filter, which should further facilitate the power output.
I have owned this car for nearly six years. My schedule and logistic issues have resulted in me driving the car very infrequently and I have put only ~2,500 miles on it over that time. My original plan was to fully restore the car, but due to growing time constraints, I was not able to do that. I hate to have the car just sit in my garage for extended periods of time and I think, sadly, that it is time to let it go and let someone else enjoy it.
The instrument panel is in German, which is cool (don't worry, there is an English manual to guide you). The car comes with a new battery and wiper blades, a fifth (matching) rim, a battery tender, a GPS, and miscellaneous parts, including a new oil filter and oil plug rings, new transmission filter kit, new timing belt, new A/C belt, two pairs of new brake pads, and replacement bulbs.
As the pictures suggest, the car is not perfect; however, it has a lot going for it and has been mechanically sound and dependable for me. I believe I am the fourth owner of the car. I have at least some of the service paperwork from the previous owner.
As far as issues that I can think of or am aware of . . .The car needs new tires. It will need new brakes installed soon (again, two pairs of new brake pads are included). The driver's side window does not currently go down (I think the window will need a new motor, but I have not had time to investigate it). It needs a paint job--especially on the roof.The power steeringseems to have a leak somewhere that requires refilling (with ATF) from time-to-time. The leather on the front seats, the left, rear seat, and the front, middle armrest show wear. There are cracks on the dash. Also, there is a Sony radio installed (prior to me owning the car), but it is not wired up. [BTW, if it does need a new window motor, I have seen them sell online for between $57 and $89 (and up, of course) . . . and I have been told that it may be identical to the window motor in many SAAB automobiles.]
VIN:WP0ZZZ92ZES840478Please note that this vehicle was intended for the European market and, therefore, the above VIN is not recognized by the eBay system.

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