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Porsche 928

Porsche 928 Published: 22nd Jan 2016 - 0 Comments - Be the first, contribute now!

Porsche 928
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When the XJ-S wasn’t being hailed as the world’s best GT during the 1980s, the accolade was shared with the 928, the car Porsche designed to replace the legendary 911. And failed. A magnificent GT with power and handling to spare and yet it remains criminally cheap to buy – if not maintain – and it’s even worth buying a wreck for parts supply alone. Apart from the GTS, most were automatic and there was never a convertible option. A healthy 240bhp was the minimum from the muscular V8 engine, rising to 350bhp when it rose to 5.4-litres, givng the 928 pace with refinement. It’s a true supercar for pennies, if you buy right and practical as well as useable with it. A word about the smaller 944 and the later 968. If anything it’s the best front-engined Porsche ever made with better handling than the 928 and, in Turbo form, just as much real world pace.

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