Gateway Classic Cars of Tampa is excited to offer this sharp 1984
Porsche 928 S for sale. Now many of us remember this iconic car as
a member of the cast of Risky Business, where Tom Cruise drove it
out on to a pier only to have it collapse. The service manager then
askes the now famous question," who's the U boat commander?". We
all know that when you think Porsche engines, most think about the
horizonal opposed 4 cylinders, well that isn't the case in this
1984 928 S. This V8 powered car is rated at 234 Horsepower pushing
263 Feet pounds of torque and a top speed of 146 Miles per hour,
Porsche said it was the fastest production car on the streets of
the US and back then about 44,000.00 would put you in the driver's
seat. Duran Duran Cassette not included. This 1984 Porsche 928s is
covered in gray paint with Beige vinyl interior and has all the
luxury you would expect in a car of this stature. Backing the
massive V8 under the hood is a fun to drive 5 speed manual
transmission. Options for this 1984 928s for sale include: Air
conditioning, AM/FM with CD, Cruise control, Power steering,
brakes, locks, windows, mirrors and sunroof. Tilt and telescope
steering wheel, Anti-theft system and Radial tires on Alloy rims.
Please inquire for more information, lets make this sports car
yours. This 1984 Porsche 928 S is listed through our Tampa Showroom
and can be viewed in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and
an HD video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional
information, please call our knowledgeable staff at (813)645-6200
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