Sold April 24, 2020 
During my stewardship, a lot of the heavy lifting has been done to a well documented, original car such as timing belt, PK tension upgrade, LH computer and MAF rebuild, new tires, rebuilt Brembo calipers and new steering rack. It is not perfect and still needs the heat fixed. I had Stephen Cramer at Autocore Performance Group work exclusively on this car and it just came back with a fresh oil change and new timing belt as well. No dash lights on however we suspect the heat problem is behind the dash. We’ve adjusted the shift modulator and put on a new cap to help smooth out shifting between 2nd and 3rd but it will still give a high rev every once in a while in around town driving. The tires may need need balancing as there is a slight shake at highway speeds. These cars need to be driven and unfortunately I haven’t done that much in seven years which is why it is up for sale.

• Purchased October 2013 from Larry Webster, formerly of Road & Track, in Ann Arbor
• Previously off the road for 3-4 years with 83,360 miles
• VIN# WP0JB092XHS860653
• Originally sold new in Milwaukee with documented trade-in of a 1982 Porsche 928 S
• Currently 85,XXX documented miles, driven less than 2,000 miles since purchase
• Guards Red (L80K) over black leather, automatic, sunroof
• Porsche 964 D90 wheels added with 7mm hubcentric spacers, no curb rash
• Highly documented with complete owner history back to day one, chronological in binder
• Window sticker plus letters to dealer
• Original paint with all VIN tags still in place
• No rust
• Original interior including non-working Blaupunkt radio. Radio lights up and changes stations but no sound comes out
• Some dash cracks
• No accident damage but documented dent repair on right rear fender from 1988, clear coat chipping as pictured near spoiler
• Authentic historical Michigan plates added
• Runs, drives, brakes and shifts as it should. Kick down shift works well on highway
• Missing bottom end pan protector plate
• No dash lights on
• Horn works
• One minor paint blemish on front hood and under driver mirror. Small crack in right rear plastic bumper

Completed work:
• Timing belt done January 2015 by Stephen Cramer at Autocore, belt only done again in November 2019
• PK Tensioner upgrade with belt
• New Lasso water pump
• New steering rack and alignment
• MAF unit rebuilt by Injection Labs
• LH computer module rebuilt by Rich at Electronik Repair in Mesa, Arizona
• Gas tank dropped and drained
• New fuel filter and Bosch fuel pump
• Transmission flushed in 2014/15
• A hard shift between 2nd to 3rd has been fixed by Stephen with new cap and modulator adjust
• Removed exhaust and replaced leaking transmission lines
• Crank end play adjustment is at .31mm within spec of ..40mm see photo in gallery
• Driver and passenger side CV boots replaced
• Bridgestone Potenza RE-970 225 50 16 front. Correct hard to find size RE-11 245 45 16 rear
• Front Brembo calipers rebuilt with eight new alloy pistons by Centric
• New Sebro front rotors with brake pads
• A/C converted to 134a but needs a recharge
• HVAC resistor pack replaced and heater control valve at firewall but heat is stuck on hot, probably vacuum actuators in dash


Cold start video on April 6, 2020. Car had been sitting for about three weeks. 

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