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Nice collector piece, not for everyday driving
by Carmaniac from Indiana | September 7, 2006
I bought my 928S4 2yrs ago. I have had to
spend several thousand dollars to get the car
to the level of dependability. Judging from
various articles from other owners this is not
the unusual. The 928S4 is a unique car in
its styling. It is one of the heaviest porsches
made thus making it not as desirable on the
race track as the others 911, boxsters, turbos
etc. I recommend it as a collectors's item ,
weekend cruiser or nice performer for a con-
servative minded driver. The electronics on
the later model 928's are highly technical and
would require mechanical expertise in diagnosing and repairing mechanical problems that often arise.