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I missed this one.
I know this is a long shot, but does any one know where I could find a copy of this catalogue?.
Paypal as payment, ship to London UK??
I really would like to find a copy....
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PM. Sent to The Angry Elf regarding the Brochure.

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hello 930 fans.
new to the forum but a long time fan of the factory slantnose. i need to re-familiarize myself with the details so that some day soon i can get one. i have had other porsches just no slantnose .....yet.

any preliminary hints on where to go for an education. i know its kind of a loaded question because there is so much to know, but i really need to get up to speed so when i find one that is original and in good shape i can recognize it with minimal reluctance in spending so much money on such a car.

many tks for the help and look forward to reading other posts in here regarding porsches
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hello 930 fans.
new to the forum but a long time fan of the factory slantnose. i need to re-familiarize myself with the details so that some day soon i can get one. i have had other porsches just no slantnose .....yet.

any preliminary hints on where to go for an education. i know its kind of a loaded question because there is so much to know, but i really need to get up to speed so when i find one that is original and in good shape i can recognize it with minimal reluctance in spending so much money on such a car.

many tks for the help and look forward to reading other posts in here regarding porsches
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tks , having been doing that. lots of good info.

many tks
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JJ 911SC says: "I see says the blind carpenter as he pickup his tool box..."

Sorry to correct you but the original is:

"I see says the blind man as he picked up his hammer and saw."

Gives you something to think about, after all is said.

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JJ 911SC says: "I see says the blind carpenter as he pickup his tool box..."

Sorry to correct you but the original is:

"I see says the blind man as he picked up his hammer and saw."

Gives you something to think about, after all is said.

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"That Blind Carpenter" was rather successful and was able to invest his profit back into the business. Eventually he had to buy a tool box...
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This thread really needs to be a sticky.
Alas, in order to expand a biz venture I had to sell my beloved slantnose, damn I'm gonna miss that car!
I'll grab another one in the future I'm sure. I'll be lurking around...in the meantime.
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This thread really needs to be a sticky.
Alas, in order to expand a biz venture I had to sell my beloved slantnose, damn I'm gonna miss that car!
I'll grab another one in the future I'm sure. I'll be lurking around...in the meantime.
Say it isn't so!

Just make sure the new guys know how to take care of her.

Good luck on the venture.
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I wish it wasn't so, the buyer is wiring the money tomorrow, really having mixed feelings.....
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I wish it wasn't so, the buyer is wiring the money tomorrow, really having mixed feelings.....
As you know I have a 89 slant also. It would not be the first to go nor the last. Stay tuned. Lots of nice 930's will be out there for you if you decide to get another.
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This thread really needs to be a sticky.
Alas, in order to expand a biz venture I had to sell my beloved slantnose, damn I'm gonna miss that car!
I'll grab another one in the future I'm sure. I'll be lurking around...in the meantime.
Really? Darn, I know the feeling. I sold my 94 3.6 turbo a few years ago for a business venture. In all honesty I wish I would have kept the car...but it's better to have the memories than the dreams.

Good luck on your expansion and may it bring you greater fortunes..
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Really? Darn, I know the feeling. I sold my 94 3.6 turbo a few years ago for a business venture. In all honesty I wish I would have kept the car...but it's better to have the memories than the dreams.

Good luck on your expansion and may it bring you greater fortunes..
Well put.

Good luck TT Surgeon and don't be a stranger.
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Yes, it blows to sell it, no doubt.
Thanx guys!
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Sorry to hear this too Tt surgeon.

Keep coming back. We are adding stuff all the time. I am now working on a 930S book with lots of information.
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Ok Gents,

I have been presented with a deal that I do not think I can pass up on so please tell me why I'm being stupid or why you would agree. I have been given the opportunity to trade (plus a little cash) my 1988 M505 turbo (~48Kmiles) AND my 1996 993 (tip ~110Kmiles) for a 1996 993TT.

A few of the details my M505 is all original and in great shape can't say enough about it:

The 993 is an excellent condition driver but it's a tip:


As for the 993TT, it's got ~35Kmiles is in very clean cosmetic condition and is a two owner car with all records. It did have a complete repaint due due stone guard replacement that pulled the paint. I've seen the pictures so I know it's true. The repaint is to show finish standards and is perfect. I would say better than factory so it's not an issue for me.







Okay have fun and let's hear what you all think....
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Like I told you in rennlist, your 505 is worth nearly as much as the 993tt, it's like you're throwing in the 993 tip.
The 993tt w those miles is a 68-80k car depending on condition, ppi etc.
However.....
Your slant is worth 50-70 now. A sell it today price would be 60k IMO. No idea on a hi mile na 993 tip.
How much are they asking on the 993tt?
If they're askin 80, giving you 60 on the slant, maybe it's not so bad afterall.
GL either way!
I just sold my slant and miss it already.

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Like I told you in rennlist, your 505 is worth nearly as much as the 993tt, it's like you're throwing in the 993 tip.
The 993tt w those miles is a 68-80k car depending on condition, ppi etc.
However.....
Your slant is worth 50-70 now. A sell it today price would be 60k IMO. No idea on a hi mile na 993 tip.
How much are they asking on the 993tt?
If they're askin 80, giving you 60 on the slant, maybe it's not so bad afterall.
GL either way!
I just sold my slant and miss it already.
IMO $80k would be too much for a 993tt with 35k miles and a repaint(not that there is anything wrong with a repaint if done correctly). The 993tt would be a decent deal at $64-71k depending on condition.

Kilodawg's slant is a rare color,condition(from the pics) and the mileage seems low enough to show that it was driven and cared for correctly. IMO his car should be about $60-72k(again from the pics and the rare color)

If you want a 993tt than it would probably suit you to sell your cars first. The combine total might allow you to get into a 993tt and have extra cash for mods...

If your heart is dead set on the Arena Red 993tt in question than a man's gotta do what a man's gotta do....
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I'm pretty much in agreement in agreement with everyone here. Kilodawg, saying it would be stupid, would be kind of harsh.

The factory slants have been appreciating at a good rate as of late due to the state of the economy versus the collectable market. I think speednme1 is on the mark with suggesting you sell your slant on the open market, then search for the 993TT of your dreams. Arena Red 993's are not the most desirable for some reason. If you sell your slant outright, you can go for the color you choose, not what someone chooses for you. For some odd reason, the factory slants appear to have gone up at a faster rate than the 993TT's. It may be due to the fact the slants are now in the 30 year vintage range where limited production vehicles hit their sweet spot. I don't know.


IMHO, I think you may be throwing at least $10K out the window with the trade option presented to you.
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