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The 928 may be the most controversial Porsche ever, and that alone makes it a milestone automobile. All old Porsches are interesting, but 928s are especially worthy of collecting. And they'll never, ever, be any cheaper than they are now. So here's a late 1986 model 928S that needs some TLC. While far from perfect, it represents an excellent opportunity. Let's go over the pros and cons of this particular car: Pros: Excellent rust free body, good paint, cranks readily, doesn't smoke, and runs and shifts great. Tight suspension, good brakes, excellent wheels, lights all work (including pop-up headlights). Seats pretty good, carpets good. Nice Kenwood CD receiver. It's a very late '86 production car, which means it has many of the improvements normally associated with 1987 S4 models. Cons: Passenger window doesn't work, sunroof doesn't work, front air conditioning fan doesn't work (rear air works), dash is cracked under carpet dash mat. Door locks work, but not smoothly. Door panels are pretty good, but need some reconditioning (see photos). Tires have good tread depth, but show some dry-rot. Overall, this car drives surprisingly well, and you can make a very nice car out of it - but it might not be a great choice for a daily driver. Questions? Call Wade
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