15th Mar, 2023 13:00

Imperial War Museum | Duxford, Cambridgeshire

  Lot 66

1994 Porsche 928 GTS

Lot details

Registration No: M695 WCM
Chassis No: WP0ZZZ9ZZRS800565
MOT: October 2023

  • 1 of only 2,904 GTS examples manufactured
  • Rare and sought-after UK-supplied, right-hand drive example
  • Well-specified including sports seats with electric height adjustment
  • Accompanied by a history file including the book pack with stamped service book
  • Entered from a private collection and 95,000 miles from new

Styled by American Tony Lapine, Porsche's front-engined, water-cooled, V8-powered 2+2 928 was launched at the 1977 Geneva Salon. Not only was it about as mechanically different from the ubiquitous 911 as it could possibly be but represented the company's first foray into ‘grand touring’ territory. Nevertheless, it received a rapturous reception from the press and was duly awarded the 1978 Car of The Year Award. Produced between 1992 and 1995, the 928 GTS was the last evolutionary stage of the 928 model, it featured flared rear wings, a red-light panel at the rear, a rear wing painted in exterior colour, exterior mirrors in the Cup design plus 17" Cup rims as standard.

The 5.4-litre engine produced 345bhp when new, and automatics were fitted with the much faster responding Dynamic Kickdown gearboxes setting them apart from the previous models. What Porsche was not advertising when the 928 GTS was released was the price, which put it amongst the most expensive cars on the road at the time. This severely hampered sales despite the model's level of competency and long standard equipment list. Porsche discontinued the GTS in 1995 after selling only 2,904 examples in total, which at the time must have been financially uncomfortable for the company, but in 2023 makes these models very rare and desirable.

The example offered is a sought-after UK-supplied, right-hand drive example, and was manufactured in 1994, being delivered new on the 27th of September that year. Finished in Slate Grey Metallic paintwork with Marble Grey leather interior upholstery, the V8 engine is allied to the four-speed automatic transmission. Specified from new with options including Sports Seats with electric height adjustment, top-tinted windscreen, sunroof, CD radio, and protective side mouldings, the GTS has covered some 95,000 miles from new. Offered directly from a private collection, the 928 has had only five former keepers.

Benefitting from some £2,500 worth of bodywork and paintwork improvements while residing with the vendor, ‘M695 WCM’ is offered with a history file that includes the original bookpack in the Porsche wallet. The stamped service booklet in the bookpack, displays seventeen service entries, the majority being from Porsche main dealers and specialists, as well as further coolant and brake fluid changes, and airbag checks. The history file comprises three further servicing invoices, as well as a collection of other previous invoices, past MOT certificates, Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, copies of previous log books, a current V5C document, and a ‘no advisory’ MOT certificate until October 2023. Along with handsome lines and reasonable maintenance costs, these front-engined V8 Porsche GTs from the ‘90s are becoming increasingly popular, and this is a rare opportunity to purchase a UK-supplied example.

For more information, please contact:
Paul Cheetham
07538 667452


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Auction: Imperial War Museum | Duxford, Cambridgeshire, 15th Mar, 2023

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