1993 Porsche 928GTS – REVISIT

The 1993 Porsche 928GTS we featured last September has cropped up for sale once again, the asking price unchanged. Of all the 928s, the market for the GTS is strong, especially when equipped with the manual gearbox. Will this minter of a V8 Porsche find a home this time around?

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The below post originally appeared on our site September 3, 2014:

Along with the 968 Club Sport and 964 Carrera RS, the 928GTS rounds out my list of top three favorite Porsches. This was the ultimate GT car and the final styling tweaks it received in its final form really accentuated just how advanced this design was, looking fresh almost 20 years on. So fresh that I can’t help but look at this car and think there’s a gaping hole in Porsche’s lineup, just aching to be filled by a front-engine sports coupe that could devour the highway miles like none other. While there weren’t many of these 928s made, the majority of them have been kept in decent condition. However, they aren’t the kind of modern classics for those on a budget, as we’ve seen. This 928GTS for sale in New York has had a recent service and is equipped with the 5-speed manual gearbox.

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Year: 1993
Model: 928GTS
Engine: 5.4 liter V8
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 68,400 mi
Price: $59,000 Buy It Now

Selling an absolutely beautiful 1993 GTS 5-Speed in Midnight Blue Metalic with a Supple Linen Grey full leather interior with Navy piping. The interior shots of this GTS depict it’s true color very accurately. It’s not your typical 928 interior. Thankfully it does not have the side moldings. 100% original and excessively documented service records since it’s delivery inspection. All books, tools, compressor, spare, cargo net, cargo cover, Porsche wheel locks with keys and caps and all other original equipment items are accounted for. All servicing up to date with a recent major service. No wear to the interior and it’s in completely original state. This cars option codes are as follows; C02, 331, 474, 513, 570, 586, 650 ,692 ,718, 935, 980 ,00301, 00321, 00341, 10021 and 101141 This 5-speed GTS is as good as they get! This car is priced realistically for the perfectionist who desires the absolute best of this very rare example. Feel free to call me anytime to discuss this car further or to schedule a time to come and see it in person at

(347) 547-7547
Absolutely no disappointments!

Factory Options include:

Code Option Description
331 AM/FM Cassette w/2 door speakers
474 Sport shock absorbers (Bilsteins)
513 Lumbar support – right seat
513 Driver’s Seat Lumbar Support
570 High output air conditioner
586 Lumbar support – left seat
650 Sunroof
692 Remote CD changer (6-disc)
935 Seat cover rear RLL
980 Seat cover – Raff – leather
C02
Equipped with catalytic converter

Porsche Exclusive Options include:
Deviating Leather trim
Leather Luggage cover
Leather Headliner
Leather Sun Visors
Leather Rear AC Cover
Leather trim floor mats

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Given the service history, condition and the 5-speed factor, the price here is somewhat reasonable, if nearing the top of the price range. We’ve seen a few of these cars pass through GCFSB pushing close to six figures, which seems to be a point at which these GT cars sit around for quite a while. If everything checks out on this car, I have a feeling this could be a very good investment, as I wouldn’t be surprised to see the market jump for these final 928s in the next decade.

-Paul

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3 Comments

  1. Pricing is absurd.

  2. My most favorite factory porsche wheels, If I had the option, I wouldn’t have selected the rear spoiler.

  3. And, as usual, someone spent a whopping $50 on a new age stereo head unit.

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