Nice one: ’85 Porsche 928S
We have a thing for a good 928S. If you are going to have a thing for one, it better be a good one and that would be a well cared for example with no differed maintenance issues. They are still striking when you see one on the road even by today’s design standards. The interiors are sumptuous like a good high-speed GT. It even has somewhat useable rear seats for the youngsters in your family. Certainly more accommodating than a 911’s rear seats. These are powered by big Porsche V8s. And the ’85 happens to be a pretty decent year (although not as good as an S4 however). Displacement, power, and top speed increased, with a 5.0-liter appearing in 1985, as well as revised brake and suspension components and a 5-speed manual. BTW, the 5-speed is sort of a rarity for the 928S and that makes this one pretty desirable. They are pretty much unloved as a collector car. Perhaps it is because they are expensive to own? For whatever reason, if you do not care so much for a Porsche as a good investment, consider the 928S as a candidate to provide you with a thrill ride of a lifetime. Most decent 928s can be had for chump change and that means you can buy it in the teens for sure. The seller is asking $18,500 (expensive) for this 49,300 original mile example. Just make sure you get a PPI before you leap. But this one has service records going back 10 years, and best of all, there is no “everything works except”. That’s because everything works. Click here for the listing.