928 Classics is your Porsche 928 restoration and rare parts specialist.
Here you’ll find parts and products, and helpful resources for your early 928.
Fuel tank strainer screen w/36mm fitting, NEW, early 78-only
36mm gas tank fuel strainer screen, early 78 up to US VIN 9288200053 & RoW VIN 9288101287.
NEW, custom-made reproduction. Rubber seal included.
Very early 78 used a 36mm threaded sleeve, please check your 928 before ordering.
Note: This product is a custom modified P/N 92820108104, not NOS.
NLA from Porsche P/N 92820108103 (ref 37mm 92820108104), 92820118702
Instrument panel gauge cluster, NEW, 78-only US
NEW instrument panel gauge cluster, 78-only US. Imperial 170mph speedometer, miles odometer. Date stamped 5-78.
NOS, NIB, perfect condition.
Uber rare, impossible to find!
NLA from Porsche P/N 92864111530
Odometer can be set to match your 928 upon request. Please specify in order notes at checkout.
‘Euro’ H4 headlight set, 78-86 RoW LHD
Left-hand drive Bosch 8″ H4 headlights, 78-86 RoW ‘Euro’. Set of 2.
USED, near excellent condition. Broken ball-cup clip, however fits w/3 snaps intact . Rear sealing caps and stock 55/60w H4 bulbs included.
Made by Bosch, lens has correct marking. Available new uses different manufacturer.
Porsche P/N 92863110103, 92863192300
Door lock star knob set, left & right, early 78-only
Early-type star knob set for inner door locks, 78-only. Set of 8 pieces.
NEW reproduction knob & snapring. Excellent condition bezel & bearing. All mounting hardware included.
NLA from Porsche P/N 92853758102 (ref 92853758103), 92853758502, 92853709502
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