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.
Early metal sticker set, NEW, 78-only US or RoW
NEW complete set of 8 metal stickers for 78-only US or RoW ‘Euro’.
High quality, exact reproduction, satin gold metal, correct original thickness.
Etched not printed, durable anodized coating, very resistant to chemicals, water and heat.
The best reproduction stickers available anywhere, including from Porsche!
Porsche P/N 92870116302 (high voltage), 92800610500 (firing order), 92800610105 (emissions control, US), 92800610300 (ignition timing, RoW), 92870115102 (fan warning), 9287015302 (intensive washer), 92800650800 (tire pressure, US), 92800650500 (tire pressure, RoW), 9287015502 (battery cover), 92870115702 (spare tire pressure)
- $225.00 – $250.00
Early-narrow center vent louver, knob or no knob, 78-only
Early-narrow type vent louver for center console, with knob or no knob, 78-only (thru approx. mid-year).
Very good condition, all louvers intact. Some mounting posts are missing, still fits without them.
The early type is very RARE!
NLA from Porsche P/N 92857404001, 92857404000 (ref 92857404002)
Instrument panel offset spacer, gauge cluster, All 928
Offset spacer mounting bracket for instrument panel gauge cluster to ‘pod’ binnacle, all 928.
Very good condition.
NLA, never available separately from Porsche.
Instrument panel rubber mount, gauge cluster, All 928
Rubber mounting bracket for instrument panel gauge cluster to ‘pod’ binnacle, all 928.
Very good condition.
NLA from Porsche P/N 92855204902
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