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I've been watching the 930 market also the last few months. My impression is their prices are holding steady, not spiking. What am I missing or where am I not looking? Who are "they?"
+1 I'm planning on hanging on to my car for life, so it's not a huge issue to me where the pricing of 930s go. But I have a hard time believing that these cars, of which thousands were made, are going to spike in value. I realize that production numbers don't always corellate with collector value. But I didn't buy my car because I thought it would appreciate in value.

That $66K price is in the collector/museum range. Driver 930s are worth about $25K-$45K. There are always a couple guys in the back of Pano asking around $60K for their uber-low mileage '89 930s, but those cars are meant to be trailered from garage to car show, and not really driven. I'd actually be somewhat hesitant to purchase such a low mileage car for mechanical reasons, if I actually intended to drive it at all.
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