Hot Wheels: Porsche 928 S4 – One Take

Hot Wheels: Porsche 928 S4 – One Take

Awesome Hot Wheels Review: Porsche 928 S4 – One Take

This absolutely stunning Porsche 928 S4 is, what we’ll call a “survivor” car with only 32,000 miles on the odometer from new. Aside from a set of “Turbo Twist” wheels, a Nardi steering wheel, and a cat-back exhaust, it’s completely stock and about as close as I’ll ever come to driving a brand-new, 28-year old 928.

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45 Replies to “Hot Wheels: Porsche 928 S4 – One Take”

  1. I enjoyed this review. I have an 88 auto. Yeah yeah auto, makes a fantastic commuter car. Has the GTS exhaust on it for a nice rumble. Amazing road trip machine.

  2. Porsche took a huge step with this and it still looks good to this day…and yes, pop up headlights are still cool! I'm not diggin the steering wheel on this example though…

  3. I worked for a guy back in the day who owned one of these. He said it was so capable, and the limit was so high, that it was almost boring. He said he preferred driving his GTI.

  4. That steering wheel is nice but doesn’t work in that car. It belongs in something like a 69’ 911S, 356 or a 914. It looks out of place in a 928.

  5. Matt: They took a pair of these to the Bonneville Salt Flats with shaved tires and folded the mirrors in 1987 and they reached 186 mph (300 kph). These were rather impressive back in the day and are still good today. These were the ultimate Grand Touring machines of the time and fill that role rather well.

    You had to be there.

  6. Love this video! My Grandfathers retirement present to himself was a 928, and the first thing he did with it was a road trip to Montana with my uncle. For years after they talked about hitting 160mph indicated on an open road just after sunrise, and how the car felt like the car was built to run 100MPH+ all day long. This video took me back to some great times!

  7. "Aside from the steering wheel, exhaust and the wheels, this an original car" I could normally live with that, until I saw the steering wheel. WTF?!?!

  8. I was driving my 928 it's like driving a oven fan assisted It get so hot inside that you are unable to Touch the dash every thing is baking inside just heat,forget putting the starter key in your pocket after driving the car you will get burnt.My air con is not working,it's a shame you can not drive this car if the weather is hot.I only try to drive this car in the winter but in London that is most of the time,I wonder if other 928 drivers have this problem.

  9. I went out and bought one of these based almost solely on watching this video 4 months ago. I couldn't be any happier with my decision. The one I ended up getting was also White and also a 5 speed manual. It's a 91 Porsche 928 GT. It is a night and day difference from the automatic versions. Both great cars but shifting these cars through the gears is an amazing experience! If you get one, be sure it is mechanically sound before you buy.Here is what I bought, I swear, based on this video. Hey SmokinTire, let me know if you want to make another video, this time with the pretty uncommon 91 928 GT. Best regards,Charlie HawkinsLaguna Beach, CA

  10. The part where he says the steering felt funny but might have been in his head, is because these cars had a Weissach Axle which aids in steering and he didn't realize this.

  11. Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong, but didn't the "S4" designate the fourth-generation or "Series 4" car?  With regard to the four-valve engine, Porsche went to a 5.0 liter, four-valve, DOHC engine with the (third-generation) 1985 Porsche 928-S, didn't they?

  12. I love the Porsche 928. I had a poster of one of these on my wall in the 90's. We're currently restoring a 85 928S. Gabs has a very nice example. Enjoy it in good health!

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