- Sat Mar 27, 2021 5:09 pm
If I can get a Sally Fields look-alike to be my navigator then it might be worth battling it out with the Sherriff and Junior ;) If we have any bourbon left over, I'll save you a bottle - Frankly, we'll probably do it again for Frenzy if this batch sells. Not looking to make a lot of $$ - mostly doing it for fun, make it a one of a kind bottle thing and adding to the club coffers for the Arthritis Foundation car show (Mike and I run the Porsche corral) with "refreshments" for club members.
We're going over the whole car as it was a barn find and I'll probably sell it on here after we're done. We removed the 928 MS Super Charger kit (BTW, it's for sale) and returning it to a stock intake. The paint is Chiffon White, all original, single stage which should buff out VERY nicely. The rub strips' paint (both) are peeling but the rest of the car will be a good 5-10 footer - straight, no dings, minor scratches. Most of our work will be cosmetic, interior, seat repairs & dye, carpets cleaning, paint touch up, correction and buff. The car already has many upgrades like steel sleeved cylinders, forged pistons, mini-starter, new engine wiring harness & green wire, injectors / injector hoses & new wires / connectors, a complete top end refresh, rebuilt 1/2 shafts, oil pan spacer w/ modified oil pick up, steering rack bushings and it's absolutely DRY underneath the engine... The auto tranny seeps a little (old seals) but nothing crazy. I've got orders in to Roger and Mark (928 Intl) for rebuilt fuel hoses (from Sean) and stock intake, fan, mounts, shrouds, airbox, tubes, etc, from International... Everything electrical WORKS which is surprising. It'll need a dash recover (not going THAT far), but everything else should be sorted. We like projects ya know :)
Vice President, 928 BuckeyeLandsharks
Saving your 928 for the next owner is like saving your girlfriend for her next boyfriend... it's crazy!!