Those of you who follow me over at Flüssig Magazine may have read my writeup on the ’94 928 GTS 5-speed for sale at Porsche Main Line. In that piece, I got a little sentimental and expressed my enthusiasm for tracking down cars that are, as-yet “undiscovered.” I mentioned that I’ve had a lot of success with tracking down unknown GTS’s thanks to much persistence, due-diligence, and many emails and phone calls. I also mentioned that there are a few cars that I’ve tried to uncover that continue to elude me. This ’94 GTS is one of those cars.
Advertised as a one-owner GTS with 30,000 original miles, the history of this car seems rather banal (in a good way). Purchased new at Princeton Porsche in 1994, the car has been serviced regularly there, and lived its entire life in New Hope, PA. The car is gorgeous, and is outfitted in my favorite color combination of black/tan. Options include the deletion of rubstrips, black carpet (cashmere interiors usually came with cashmere carpets), and a built-in radar detector.
Click for details: 1994 Porsche 928GTS at Chequered Flag International
Engine: 5.4 liter V8
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 30,424 mi
Price: $76,500 Buy It Now
Chequered Flag International is pleased to offer this 1994 Porsche 928 GTS in Black with Tan leather interior. 30,424 miles with one, CARFAX certified, owner from new. Absolutely perfect body with superb paint. All wheels are uncurbed. Interior is fantastic, no re-dyed seats, dash is un-cracked, door panels, carpets and roof liner are perfect. Mechanically delightful with no issues, drives like it did when new. Comes with its original books, including service book stamped to ’04/24,335 miles at Porsche dealer. Plus both keys, cargo cover, first aid kit, all its original tools, etc. This is a late series ’94, one of only 120 late US models and one of only 139 total ’94 models. (see vehicle spec button above for production number information). Its the best one we have seen in 15 years by a country mile! Inspections encouraged. All sales AS-IS. Sales tax and license fees due if delivered in California.
The condition looks superb, and I can only notice a little bit of wear on both front seats, the addition of aftermarket speakers, dull looking lug nuts, and some sporadic water spots all over the car. I’d recommend prospective buyers consult a professional car detailer to inspect the paint to make sure the spots are not etched into the paint (repairing them could require heavy compounding or repainting the affected panels). The documentation seems to be extensive, but I’d ask if the original window sticker is included, and to see all of the service records.
You all know which questions to ask of a 928 that’s for sale, and it is almost impossible to address all of them in a for sale ad. The ad for this car is just as topical as would be expected from a dealer. Obviously, ask as many questions as you can if you are interested. This is a top dollar 928, and should be virtually flawless. The price may seem high for an automatic 928, but other examples in similar condition have fetched higher prices. Wish I had a spare $77K laying around…it wouldn’t be for sale for much longer.
-Andy (Cap’n Clean)