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1994.L 928 GTS
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4-speed Automatic
738 -- Black Pearl Effect / Elfenbein
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1994.L 928 GTS U.S. 0117
Metallic Black
17,200 at modification date.

Transferred from the old Registry:

Model Year 1994
Production Number 0117
Exterior Color Metallic Black
Interior Color Classic Gray
Transmission Automatic
Last Recorded Mileage 17,200/54,500
Last Known Location Phoenix, AZ/Houston, TX/Tampa, FL
Owner Contact Information Not Available
Date Recorded 09/06/2000, 09/19/2007
History/Comments Autotrader.com ad - Sellers Comments:

Price $47,700 Body Style Coupe Mileage 54,500 Exterior Color Black Interior Color Gray Engine 8 Cylinder Gasoline Transmission Automatic Drive Type 2 wheel drive - rear Fuel Type Gasoline Doors Two Door VIN WP0AA2926RS820196 Seller's Comments Met Black - all Gray Int, better looking than the two-tones. If you are seriously interested you know all about the GTS. This is an automatic. Aside from costing less, you can still enjoy driving it in traffic. Mods include Eibach springs, Bilstein shocks, 28mm front sway bar w/solid bushings, final exhaust bypass, Heaney Sports Shifter, Devek roll bar. (OEM parts included) Ice cold F&R A/C, Maint. records, Non-smoker. New timing belt and water pump at 50k, new OEM front rotors and pads. Carfax indicates incident; the police report (happy to send a copy) shows minor fender bender to left rear quarter. This being the only steel section of the car it was easily repaired. Otherwise, the paint is showing age. In addition to a few tiny road chips on the front bumper and mirrors, up close in places, you can see some clouding deep in there. This is not unexpected of a 14 year old car with metallic paint. New paint done right is about $5000 but then it would be a $53000 car. Obviously with the roll bar, I enjoy DEs. As a PCA Instructor, if you don't DE a Porsche you never experience a Porsche. If you think it hurts the car, you're wrong, it's a Porsche. DEs use brakes and tires. Race pads $250, rotors $500 and used Hoosiers about $250 a set. For $1000 you can do 4 or 5 events. With the famous Weissach suspension and GTS brakes, believe me, you have to dirve it on the track to fully appreciate this car without risking jail. Plus, there's a certain pride in being the rare GTS at Porsche events and terrorizing the myriad of 911 drivers shocked at being passed by a luxury grand touring car. I wouldn't have the heart to tell them the AC was on. On the 9&10 K58s with Hoosier DOTs this GTS will do 2:35s at Sebring. If you want the Kinesis wheels add $3500. (polished rims/black center spokes) Now I want to go racing and this car is much too rare to risk doing that with. Installed Features Driver Air Bag Anti-Lock Brakes Air Conditioning Alloy Wheels Cruise Control Compact Disc Changer Passenger Air Bag Rear Window Defroster AM/FM Stereo Cassette Leather Seats Power Door Locks Power Mirrors Power Windows Power Steering Power Seats Sunroof/Moonroof Tilt Wheel Seller Info - Private Seller Tampa, FL 33609

Originally owned by a member of the Kingston Trio who lives in Scottsdale, AZ.  He traded the car at Scottsdale Porsche Audi on an Audi S8.  They sold the car to RPM in Houston, TX who sold it to a guy in Minneapolis, MN who kept it a very short time with the intention of moving to his home in Phoenix, AZ.  For whatever reason he decided not to do that and sold it back to RPM.  The original owner smoked in the car and he told me he had just had it fumigated to get the smoke smell out before he sold it.