The end result of whatever happened is a very nice and interesting-looking roadster with the excellent 928 engine. In this case, it is unfortunately linked to an automatic transaxle. Is that worth $25K to you, knowing that buys a lot of stock 928?
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Supposedly, work on this design started in 1993, but it's not clear when this design was finalized. We see LOTS of Boxster influence in the rear half of this car and perhaps a tiny bit of Z8.
Again, the Boxster comes to mind - odd considering the different engine location. Wait, it that a CamryS350 in the background? I'm not sure this should live near something so boring!
Front is basically a more streamlined 928 look.
Rear view again shows a lot of Boxster.
Interior is basically just custom and relatively plain. At least it doesn't have center gauges!
Gauges might have come from Summit Racing, not that there's anything wrong with that.
Here's an odd shot of the 32-Valve Porsche V8.
“This excellent automobile has been cared for by a meticulous owner. It has 5000 miles on a fully rebuilt engine. You will have many years of enjoyment driving this fantastic automobile.”
This is one of the first road going prototypes of a 1989 Porsche 928 S4... Spyder Moderne. You take and original 928 hatchback and turn it over to some master coach-builders and you get a 928 convertible ofHere is an example of a brilliant idea and a chance for you to own a rare and unique automobile.
This is one of the first road going prototypes of a 1989 Porsche 928 S4... Spyder Moderne. You take and original 928 hatchback and turn it over to some master coach-builders and you get a 928 convertible of beautiful design.
This all began in 1993 with the work of the Quebec-based, Wingho Auto Classics Inc., with a 928 spyder racing car. (You can go to their website winghoauto and you can see the original prototype, which is also for sale for at least $100,000.00). The founder of Spyderwerks, Jeffrey Pink, in Minnesota saw this race car and was inspired to do the necessary work to make a street legal version. Seven years later, six prototypes and a million dollars of development, the car you see here was ready to go. Spyderwerks has taken one of the greatest engineered and powerful German engineered GT cars and turned it into a beautiful cabriolet. The end result, is an affordable, striking and high performance open roadster like no other, in the world.