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Old 07-09-2019, 03:30 PM
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Originally Posted by Rob Edwards View Post
Porsche is never wrong, except when they are. It's a '91 GT, not a GTS.

They're off by a single letter. Maybe Porsche will sell you some white-out?

WP0AA2922MS810404

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1991 928 GT
C02 - 49 state US market
M28.47 -engine serial number range 85M 00001 >50000
G28.55 - transmission serial # range G 2855 3M 00001>20000

M418 - rubstrips
M498 -Deletion of model designation on rear end
M570 - Rear AC
M650 - Sunroof
M691 - Alpine CD2 (USA-Canada only)
Dibs on the CD2 !!
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Old 07-09-2019, 03:42 PM
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And here is the GT in question





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Old 07-09-2019, 03:45 PM
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Dibs on the CD2 !!
Hey, get your own!
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That does not look like the interior of a typical 196K mile car. In fact, unmolested all the way down to the radio. Very nice
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Old 07-09-2019, 07:16 PM
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Originally Posted by Benzine View Post
And here is the GT in question




great looking car, and awesome color!

FWIW: I would not make a habit of parking your car with shifter in reverse; it can put undue stress on the transmission's internal spring.
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Old 07-09-2019, 07:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Benzine View Post
And here is the GT in question
hey - pay attention. Porsche told you have a GTS, so you have a 'GTS'. After all, they built it. (snort)

Very nice. Welcome.
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Old 07-09-2019, 08:11 PM
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nice looking car...especially for its mileage!!
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Old 07-10-2019, 12:01 AM
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Originally Posted by merchauser View Post
great looking car, and awesome color!

FWIW: I would not make a habit of parking your car with shifter in reverse; it can put undue stress on the transmission's internal spring.
Dang! You have a good eye, and thanks that's for the tip! I do normally leave it neutral but had just backed into the shade for an interior shot, do you still leave it in gear when parking on an incline?

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hey - pay attention. Porsche told you have a GTS, so you have a 'GTS'. After all, they built it. (snort)

Very nice. Welcome.
Yeah sorry guys, I gotta take Porsche's word on this one, going to order my '91 GTS' vanity plate now ..just don't tell my insurance company

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nice looking car...especially for its mileage!!
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That does not look like the interior of a typical 196K mile car. In fact, unmolested all the way down to the radio. Very nice
Thank you! Appreciate the kindness, there are a couple deviations from factory (aluminum radiator, painted calipers, 245/50R16 rear tires) but planning to keep everything else as close to 1991 as possible. Just wish it had a period-correct car phone..
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Benzine, where are you located? From the looks of the grass in your photos, either it hasn't rained on the west side for a while, or you're over here east of the Cascades with me...
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Originally Posted by Andrew Schauer View Post
Benzine, where are you located? From the looks of the grass in your photos, either it hasn't rained on the west side for a while, or you're over here east of the Cascades with me...
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San Juan Island, we're in the rain shadow
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Originally Posted by Benzine View Post
San Juan Island, we're in the rain shadow
Not the last few days, it isn't...
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Originally Posted by Benzine View Post
San Juan Island, we're in the rain shadow
Originally Posted by jcorenman View Post
Not the last few days, it isn't...
How bout that. Two GTs on the same small island in the PNW.

Benzine welcome. That's a very nice looking 928, regardless of miles. You definitely should show it at the All Porsche Grand Display at Carillon Point this September. Should be a strong 928 turnout this year again.
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Originally Posted by GT6ixer View Post
How bout that. Two GTs on the same small island in the PNW.

Benzine welcome. That's a very nice looking 928, regardless of miles. You definitely should show it at the All Porsche Grand Display at Carillon Point this September. Should be a strong 928 turnout this year again.
And here: http://sanjuanconcours.org/
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Make sure this one gets into the 928 Owners Club registry. Great car!

Congratulations!
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Originally Posted by GT6ixer View Post
How bout that. Two GTs on the same small island in the PNW.

Benzine welcome. That's a very nice looking 928, regardless of miles. You definitely should show it at the All Porsche Grand Display at Carillon Point this September. Should be a strong 928 turnout this year again.
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Excellent suggestions, anyone going to this??

https://www.pnwr.org/content.aspx?pa...tem_id=1042987

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Make sure this one gets into the 928 Owners Club registry. Great car!

Congratulations!
Thanks, will do!
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