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Just an observation that once the folks decided to start buying the, what for some, was the overlooked early 911 models, it was the European buyers that really fanned the flames. My opinion is the 930 fits a similar overlooked catagory, especially when you consider the previous Porsche high performance models RS RSR and current 934 935 prices, which are part of the Porsche turbocharging developement have doubled in desireability many times in the recent past. After all 930 models graced the shelves of many thousands of youths as one of the top 10 selling model cars for decades. There was not ever many cars made with the overall appeal of a 930 especially when you consider the current going prices. Things can change quickly is what I have observed over the past 30 or so years of observation of peoples buying interests. Keith Martin and other "experts" that worship at the Ferrari alter proclaim"but they built so many" well what about the many Corvettes and others that bring lots more and offer a lot less than the 930. Eventually folks will get to the races and realize what great cars most Porsches are really made of when they are on track when returned to the originally intended design/developement configuration. As some say the 930 was the only mass production super car when returned to its original homolegation .

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