I’ve mentioned the phenomenon of the carbage collector before…but I’ll give a refresh for the new kids in the class. If you’ve ever wondered why certain cars seem to collect on your neighbors lawn like they are in a captive breeding program, it’s because of the market dynamics for when parts availability is sketchy, used versions are expensive to fix, but an entirely pristine version is still worth some amount of money. A parts car is worth considerably less than the sum of the parts…you just gotta have a barn, airport, lawn..think OG Saab 93, Triump Spitfire, Beetle, and then today’s feature car…which isn’t just a car…it is 4 of them. Find these 4 1980s Porsche 928s offered for $31500 in Concord, CA via craigslist…which is less than $8k each.
From the seller:
1988 porsche 928
cylinders: 8 cylinders
title status: clean
For sale 4 Porsche 928s, different years, 2 running, 2 projects, all for $31.5k.
1988 Porsche 928 S4, automatic, white. 97k miles, runs great
1985 Porsche 928 s3 automatic, 102k, gray almost complete, in running condition . Fresh timing service, $800 aluminum radiator, new plugs, seals, engine image above is from this car, hand stitched dashboard. 95% complete
1986 Porsche 928 S3 Manual, Gold, 75k original miles, great interior, engine needs to be put back together, non running, great project
1982 Porsche 928 automatic, black 109k miles, interior will need to be restored, non running, but good project.
No time left to finish restorations since I’m moving out of California. These cars will be worth lots of $$.
Serious inquires only, if you love Porsche’s, this is a good investment.
These cars are rare, you have the opportunity to get all of them in one location and for the price of one.
All cars sold as one, you must take all of them. This is not for anyone, 2 of the cars will need to be restored, or use any of them as parts, No low balls and no offers without looking at them. Thank you
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