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FS: 1987 928s4 NY

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Old 05-28-2007, 11:34 AM
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Default FS: 1987 928s4 NY

Hey everyone. First post. My grandpa recently told me that his 928 is gonna be mine one day. After doing some research, it appears to be that the car isnt gonna do me much good unless theres a trunk full of cash. Supposedly these cars are really expensive to work on. He says we can just sell it if I want. So here it goes. Its a 1987 928s4 with around 89k miles on it. Automatic. everything on the car is MINT. He's kept it in the garage since he got it in 1988. Best thing about the car is the paint. Beautiful and glossy. No flaws in the body at all. Engine runs perfect. He used to take it out once every couple weeks in the mornings to get bagels and stuff. He takes it out less often nowadays. The only thing wrong with the car is that on the sunroof, there is a small rip in the leather about an inch or 2 long. Could be patched up easily. Also the A/C doesnt blow cold anymore.

Looking to get around $15,000 since the car is in amazing condition.
Best way to contact me out of the forum is by emailing me at [email protected]




 
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Old 01-18-2009, 04:18 AM
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Default RE: FS: 1987 928s4 NY

That's way too much money your asking for it
 
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