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Listen, I'll be happy to give you [flipping through wallet] ... $54 for it, right now. Offer expires/will be reduced as soon as I go out and have some lunch.

Great color, and the Speedline look is one of the few designs that actually looks better than the Fuchs. Sounds like the car is in fantastic shape. But, I think the market for that vintage car is roughly in the mid-20s to about $30K. Unless you happen to catch a 930 aficionado, I don't think you'll get much more for the considerable time and money you've put into the upgrades.

I'd think you'd be able to get more for your car if you advertise it through places like Pelican, than to the general public via Craigslist/local newspaper/etc. I'd still use those avenues for advertisement, but I just think you'll get better offers from 930 and Porsche fans, who will be willing to pay more for a nice car.

Best of luck.
1987 Venetian Blue (really looks like grey) 930 Coupe
Old 07-04-2008, 01:06 PM
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