point of view by pablo deferrari
And there's a reason for this...the 928's original design is so well thought out, so intelligently sculpted, that any attempts to modify it would fail—miserably. It is one of the most difficult body designs to work with in terms of modifications, as if jinxed by Möbius to thwart any attempts. Good thing he did.
Look at this thing...what a crime. T-tops were for Trans-Ams, and they looked like shit on it. What made these guys think it would look better on a 928?
And the convertible? Who thought that was a grand idea? Surely Porsche would've explored this option, but they chose not too and with very good reason.
Having loads of cash doesn't automatically qualify one to have good taste, it just amplifies bad taste and makes it more obvious. Just look at some of the bullshit done to these once perfect 928s.