Stealthy 928 S4


This beauty is forwarded to us by our driver Jack B.

This is a fairly rare version of this legendary supercar. It is one of the first 300 1987 S4’s ever made i.e. flip wing with the optional Recaro Sport seats. It has almost 54,000 miles on the clock and has never been driven in bad weather and stored every winter in a heated garage. It had the timing belt done at 51,000 miles along with caps and rotors, plugs and all filters. It also got a new fuel injection brain last year along with all hydraulic fluids flushed and changed to Dot 4 Super Blue Racing fluid. Some of the many improvements/updates include: solid rubber motor mounts, silicon oil pan gasket, powder-coated steel belly pan, stainless steel x pipe with optional cat-delete and stainless rear muffler bypass, short shifter, and Momo wheel. I fabricated the custom 18″ Porsche Sport Design 2-piece powder-coated/polished wheels by buying two sets and combining them in order to get the proper offsets with some real meat to grab the road. The wheels are 10″ wide on rear with 15mm spacers and 9″ on the front. The tires are Kuhmo Ecsta MX with 275/35 on the rear and 245/40 on the front. It was aligned with these new wheels so it runs like its on rails. I will also include factory steering wheel and exhaust as well as the factory wheels.

$18000 obo

Jim in River Forest

I like the color combo but would like era appropriate wheels…black of course. Not sure where I’d price it, seems a little high based on my market experience.

I know our Columbus contingent just wet his pants.

Mr. B.


One Response to “Stealthy 928 S4”

  1. FuelFem Says:

    Looks like a Shahin car to me. Too bad you just bought a car, Shahin.

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