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Old 06-01-2016, 10:10 AM
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Hi. New on the forum, and have owned this car since May 2013.
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1978 Porsche 928 M28/01
color: J2=petrolbluemetallic
interior 02=leatherette brown, seatinlays checkervelours brown-black
option 197=battery 88Ah
option 568=colored windows
dealer 113=Schultz, Ratingen
invoice Oct.`77

"Cruise control - not working for det moment" due to vacuum blockage.
Back windscreenviper deleted.
Radio antenna deleted - new front windshield fitted with radio antenna.
Radio deleted - dash fitted with radiodelete cover.
Gearbox refitted with `84 model gearbox. Still have the original matching number gearbox.
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Welcome to Rennlist.

A lot of 78/79 lovers here, and a couple really extensive projects going on if you do a search.

Hopefully, you can post some pictures soon.

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Wow! Just Wow! Beautiful. I am liking Pascha more and more these days.
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Welcome. Very nice. I wonder if the 'Porsche' script and colored wheels were factory? It looks fine like that.
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Originally Posted by docmirror View Post
Welcome. Very nice. I wonder if the 'Porsche' script and colored wheels were factory? It looks fine like that.
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No, they are not factory. The stickers were made by the previous owner, and the rims are powder coated. Also by the previous owner.
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Originally Posted by hlee96 View Post
Wow! Just Wow! Beautiful. I am liking Pascha more and more these days.
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Originally Posted by The Deputy View Post
Welcome to Rennlist.

A lot of 78/79 lovers here, and a couple really extensive projects going on if you do a search.

Hopefully, you can post some pictures soon.

Brian.
Thanks. More pictures to come as time goes by
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Nice! Looks like a really good example. So Classic!
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Beautiful example - welcome to the early gen world! Would love to see some engine bay shots. also, how difficult was the tranny swap?
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Originally Posted by linderpat View Post
Beautiful example - welcome to the early gen world! Would love to see some engine bay shots. also, how difficult was the tranny swap?
Thanks. No tranny swap, original five speed

Not many shots of the engine, but if my plans on changing the cambelt will be shortly, there will be more
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Welcome to the Tank. Wow what a nice example of an early model 928. I just love the pasha interiors - very 70's . I also like the extra detail with logo and the gold coloured rims against the blue. Nice clean interior with no dash cracks. How many Kms on the clock? No sunroof and the early model centre air vents. Does it have the metal fuel cap? This is the pure 928 shape!

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Originally Posted by antlee928 View Post
Welcome to the Tank. Wow what a nice example of an early model 928. I just love the pasha interiors - very 70's . I also like the extra detail with logo and the gold coloured rims against the blue. Nice clean interior with no dash cracks. How many Kms on the clock? No sunroof and the early model centre air vents. Does it have the metal fuel cap? This is the pure 928 shape!

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It has 191' km on the clock. Yes it still has the metal fuel cap and the original key to the Doors, the ignition, the glove compartment and the fuel cap 😉. Made two extra keys in addition to the original by www.keys4classic.com The rear wiper and the antenna has been deleted. The windscreen is also refitted with a later ones with the antenna. Same with the transmision, that is a '84, but I still have the original matching Numbers 5-speed. 👌🏻
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Very nice. Petrol Blue has been an under appreciated color and many of them were subject to color changing repaints and are now red or black. I think it is a nice color when in good shape and that the gold detail works very well with it.
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Congratulations with your nice car! May I ask for your chassis number? My car is # 9289101100. Is it close to your car?
May I ask where you found the options list with numbers? Is it in the manual or somewhere in the car?
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Very nice example. Look forward to eeeing more of her.

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