PCA Southeast Michigan Region

928 SIG

The GT Goes Under the Knife

Regular readers of my column know that my 1991 928 GT has a supercharger and an intercooler.  This past summer, the intercooler decided to spring a leak and dashed my summer driving plans.  Since the car was due for a timing belt, water pump, and maitenance, I decided it would[…]

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Sharks In Hell – 2013

Sharks in Hell The first weekend of each August for the past eight years the local (and sometimes no so local) 928 owners get together in Hell, Michigan for what we affectionately call, “Sharks in Hell.”  Let me be the first to tell you, it’s a hell of a good[…]

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It’s alive… IT’S ALIVE!

Story and photos by Andrew Olson If you have been a regular reader of my little column, then you will know I have been steadily working on a 1985 928 (Euro vintage) that had a bad motor since fall of last year.  The whole idea was to turn the rebuilding[…]

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In The SharkTank – 04/2012

Now I have a pretty reliable 928 GT which cost me a total of $25k.  In hindsight, I could have just as easily purchased a good, clean 928GT without all the deferred maintenance for about $25k, but it wouldn’t have been as much fun. In the mid 2000’s there was[…]

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