Did you ever think of the 928 as an omnipotent Greek deity transmogrified into a giant aquatic bird who seduces—or, depending on the interpretation, rapes—the mother of Helen of Troy? Photographer Alex Rank did! Click through to experience this classical reinterpretation.
Two decades before they would consider selling wagonesque sedans to the general public, Porsche took a 928 and added a bulbous rear as a gift for the 75th birthday of company founder Ferry Porsche. It was called the Study H50.
The crew at Mythbusters finally tested out the Porsche 928 is faster backwards myth. Turns out the designers knew what they were doing all along, though I'd still rather have the 829.
Two years before even the original Macintosh was introduced, Apple’s then-and-current CEO was pictured for a National Geographic Magazine feature on Silicon Valley, riding a 1966 BMW motorcycle.
Remember the turbine-powered Porsche 928 from last May? Barely a year and a half after its debut on eBay, it was sold yet again—for $7500.
If you’re in the mood for a butch German coupé with a big V8 up front and an American flag in the back, you’ve come to the right place: there’s a Porsche 928 for sale in Soho.
We're exaggerating a tiny bit here; the '78 928's sticker price was $28,500, or approximately 9.5 times the $2,995 cost of a new '78 Pinto. Still, you don't see junked 928s every day!
The Porsche 928, with its big 5-liter V8 up front, belongs to the class of grand touring cars which handle like hydrofoil powerboats.
Once again, our fickle Nice Price Or Crack Pipe voters have given the thumbs-down to the price tag on a really cool car. What does it take to get a Nice Price from you?
What with all the racin' madness lately, I haven't had a chance to descend into the lake of burning 90-weight that is Project Car Hell for a few days. In our last matchup, we almost had an upset for the ages, with a Japanese car nearly beating a French car in the Dangel Peugeot Wagon versus V8 Fairlady poll. And that…
In a stunning upset, the Borgward Hansa wagon handed Germany a one-sided victory over the Peugeot 304 in our most recent Choose Your Eternity poll. With France long reigning as the world's lone HyperGalactic PCH OmniPower, we would be remiss if we didn't give the French a shot at prying the oil-leaking,…
We've already seen a 928 in this series, but I always consider the Malaise Era 928s to be the best ones. Sure, the later 928s were way faster, but late-70s car freaks didn't have much reason for optimism during a period of declining horsepower, disco tape stripes, and huge bumpers, and the then-new 928 was one of the…
What's this under wraps at the Porsche factory at Stuttgart? Judging from all those weird shapes propping up the tarp, Dutch site AutoGespot says it could be the 928 replacement reportedly set to arrive after the Panamera four-door coupe. It does have Porsche wheels, though it looks a bit unformed. Kind of like they…