1995 Porsche 928GTS – REVISIT

The 1995 Porsche 928GTS 5-speed manual we featured at the end of last year is back up for sale, with but a few hundred miles more on the clock and the window tint removed. With another 928GTS bringing big money at Amelia Island last week, where do you think this car will head in terms of value?

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The below post originally appeared on our site December 26, 2015:

Anyone looking for a ’95 Porsche 928 GTS? Typically, we’re lucky if even one comes up for sale within a year, but here’s your chance to get one for less than half the typical market value. This car has a salvage title, but supposedly has never been damaged or received any paintwork aside from the typical front bumper cover respray (I’d rather have a car, no matter how collectible, with a repainted front end than one with original stone-chipped paint). The salvage title was issued around 1999 when the car was stolen by a previous owner’s girlfriend. The owner reported the car stolen, thus branding it with a salvage title. Sad. Anyhow, the good news is that the salvage title (and the 100K miles) makes this the cheapest ’95 5-speed I’ve ever seen for sale. This won’t be a very collectable ’95 GTS, but it is still one of only 77 such cars in the United States (and one of 30 with a manual transmission).


Year: 1995
Model: 928GTS
Engine: 5.4 liter V8
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 99,415 mi
Price: Reserve auction


Greetings and thank you for viewing my listing,

Here is your chance to own very rare 1995 Porsche 928 GTS with 99,116 miles. This car is finished in Midnight Blue Metallic with gray leather seats. This is one of last Porsche 928 GTS made in November, 1994. Only 30 cars were imported in USA in 1995 with 5-speed manual transmission. It comes with full toolkit, air compressor, spare, 2 keys and owners manual. Vehicle is in very nice condition and needs nothing but new driver. Lowest priced 1995 928 GTS with 5-speed manual transmission in the country, looking to sell it to make room for another car. Vehicle comes with rebuilt Florida title due to theft recovery. Vehicle was recovered after insurance payment was made.
Inspections welcome. Buyer is responsible for pickup and I can supply transportation sources worldwide.
Feel free to contact me with any questions you have.

Thank you for visiting my listing and good luck!


Obviously, it would be wise for potential buyers to have a PPI performed by a 928 specialist (911 specialists typically won’t suffice). I haven’t seen the car in person, but it appears to wear its 100K miles well, with some typical wear on the interior and no glaring paint defects visible in the pictures. The intake cover appears to have a crack in the powder coated finish, but that’s not unusual on cars with half the mileage. At the end of the day, it’s a ’95 5-speed for less than $50K, so don’t set your expectations too high. In my opinion, it would be hard for this to not be a good deal for a potential buyer.

-Andy (Cap’n Clean)

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  1. A bargain well worth taking the risk.

  2. The story does not fly with the records on the car. Title shows rebuilt after collision damage.


  3. Check out RennList in 928Forum.
    Car has been on sale on and off for many many months.

    If it was such a bargain it would have been sold by now. There is a reason seller cannot sell it. Call him up and chat with him. You decide.

    Howard S. is spot on.

    Proceed with caution. At last check $45k is NOT the new $20.00

    928GTS 5spds are highly sought after. I should know it took me five plus years to obtain one.

    Even if the salvage title was washed out.
    The VIN is already linked in the virtual world. It will remain SALVAGED to the astute shoppers.

    Eventually it will sell….the question is at what price.

  4. As the car is pre-owned, i would first rather go to car-valuation where i can get the details about the car.

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