The mother of all Porsche 928’s is the 1995 GTS. The 5.4 liter V8 poured out 345 horsepower, normally this was mated to an automatic transmission, however this car is one of the 23 manual 928s produced in 1995. Couple that with an interesting midnight blue metallic color scheme, color matching wheels, and 19k on the odometer and you have a very desirable 928.
From the seller’s ad –
“For Sale: 1995 Porsche 928 GTS 5-Speed (1 of 23).
Located: La Jolla, CA 92037
Midnight Blue Metallic / Midnight Blue “Supple” Leather
Super Rare – 1 of only 23 manual 5-Speed 928 GTS’s for the 1995 Model Year!!!
Will assist with international export!!!!
Started & Driven every 2-6 weeks to keep all the seals “wet.”
Stock with the following Factory options:
Midnight Blue Metallic
Midnight Blue “Supple” Leather Seats
Midnight Blue Floor Mats
Cellular Phone w/Midnight Blue Leather Console
CR-1 Cassette Radio
Remote CD Changer
Increased Air Conditioning
As the seller says, this is a very very rare car. If you are a lover of the shark and have $60k in your mattress this is the car for you. But that audience is small, and getting smaller by the day. In fact, while the manual is preferred in the Porsche community most 928 drivers are drawn to the shark because of the ride and the ample availability of an automatic transmission.
As much as I can appreciate this car… for this kind of money I would have to look at a 993 4s. In fact, if the seller is firm on their asking price they may be in for a very long process in moving this GTS. Regardless of how rare this car is you cannot justify dropping almost $60k on a 928.