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If you are familiar with 928’s, then you most likely know the limited run of Weissach editions that were produced like the 911SC’s during the same era. With around 200 examples produced, they are indeed collectible. This model featured special “Hellbronze” (Light Bronze) Paint, a special interior, and S spoilers.
The details on this specific Weissach:
*132,450 actual miles, working odometer
*Clean Texas Title in my name, was brought after Hurricane Harvey=no flood history
*One driver quality respray but perfect panel gaps=no accident history
*Lifelong southern car=no rust
*No major dents, scratches or clearcoat issues
*Euro Headlight Upgrade, Headlamps and all exterior lights work
*Steel Ball Joint Upgrade
*New Chin Spoiler
*New Fuel Pump and Filter
*New Fuel Tank Strainer
*New Fuel Damper
*New Fuel Pump and Injector Relays
*Working windows, HVAC, Radio, Horn, Wipers, Sunroof
*Nice Headliner and rear interior quarters
*H4 US Headlights
*Fresh oil change, filter
*Coolant Flush, brake flush
*Spare, tire cover, and some of tool kit present
*Front Seats should be reupholstered
*Steering wheel should be recovered
*Pod has cracks
*Rear Bumper could use some touchup
*Door panels have aftermarket speakers
*Slow power steering leak
*Voltage gauge not working
*Seeger Luggage is not with the car, but can be procured second hand
Overall, this is an attractive Weissach 928 based on its condition and mileage that I have tried to describe as accurately as possible. It is not a perfect car, but its in good shape based on the age and miles its covered. It would make an excellent light restoration project, and as a Weissach has genuine rarity. Remember, this is a 37 yr old car with no warranties expressed or implied.