1987 Porsche 928S4 5-speed

I can’t remember the last time I wrote up a 928, which is a fault of mine and not of the cars, but it is about time I turned my attention back to Porsche’s great GT. The 928 was with us for nearly 20 years and looking back across the range you see a gradual reshaping and evolving form, but without significant variation until you compare the first to the last. I can imagine that when first introduced they were a stylistic revelation. By the end of their run the shape certainly had changed but it was always identifiable as a 928. Of course, this is sort of what Porsche does: continually refine a design rather than implement dramatic changes. I digress, the example we see here comes from the middle of the 928’s life, a Grand Prix White 1987 Porsche 928S4, located in Oregon, with just 29,820 miles on it. The S4 featured a 5.0 liter V8 up front producing 316 hp delivered to the rear wheels via a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission. The car featured here has been been fitted with the very desirable 5-speed manual.

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Year: 1987
Model: 928S4
Engine: 5.0 liter V8
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 29,820 mi
Price: Buy It Now $39,900

Pristine 1987 Porsche 928 S4 Coupe 2D Powered by front mounted V8 with rare 5-speed Manual gearbox. Well maintained. Service records available New clutch. Finished in White over dark blue leather interior. Low 29K Miles. This vehicle is in great shape in & out no oil leaks everything works great!

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Grand Prix White always shows very well on these cars and when contrasted with the dark blue leather interior it makes for a very attractive package overall. While I like this vintage wood steering wheel in general it seems a little out of place on a 928 (and I can do without the wood shift knob), but if that’s the largest problem we come across then that isn’t too bad. As always a thorough inspection is in order, though this tends to be especially important on the 928 as repairs can significantly add up if the maintenance was poor. All together this looks good and with the manual transmission it should provide for many miles of sporty, but refined, motoring.

-Rob

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4 Comments

  1. I love Porsches, even 928s, but a Porsche refrigerator just does not do it for me.

  2. Owned by ex-busdriver.

    Honestly what look were they going for with the Nardi? At least you know they didn’t ever track it.

    Otherwise love this combo. S4 with the manual would be a great GT.

  3. Given the Nardi wheel and shifter, perhaps a set of whitewall tires would truly complete the look?

  4. Porsche is one of the greatest car ever build and the 5 speed manual transmission is the first developed auto transmission hence the 1987 porsche can be considered as a milestone for the car lovers.

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