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Nice Car and alot of goodies!!!

Keep it!!!

Get a VIPER GREEN wrap and some Ruf-Yellowbird/silver Rims!!!

It will be alot faster
Old 08-01-2011, 05:25 AM
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Your car is indeed beautiful with a lot of proven, expensive work done. I may have to agree with the last post...Keep it!
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[QUOTE=im4duke;6170010]No, I have no experience with auctions houses like Barret. Any idea what type of commission/fee they charge?

Would not use Barrett Jackson as the auction is a no reserve so you must sell at the last bid price- no matter what and the high commission charged is primarly to a USA built Muscle car audience. I would use RM @ the Builtmore in the week of major sales in January, Phoenix AZ area or the Mecum ( most reasonable commission charged ) or the RM sale in the coming August on the Monterey Peninsula ( both reserve sales) as they would attract a more educated buyer for a car like yours. Of course I agree with most other posts that I would not sell unless I had a interest in another. I think you will find it difficult to find another to fill the space.
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Lovely car, if you do decide to let it go what will you replace it with?
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Lovely car, if you do decide to let it go what will you replace it with?
Not really looking to replace it at this time, but one never knows.
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a nice low mile 930 sold last winter out here in scottsdale the same week as the barret jacks on auction for around 80K i cant remember the auction name now. they had some real nice high end cars, the porsche was one of the cheaper cars sold if i remember correct.
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a nice low mile 930 sold last winter out here in Scottsdale the same week as the barret jacks on auction for around 80K i cant remember the auction name now. they had some real nice high end cars, the porsche was one of the cheaper cars sold if i remember correct.
Russo & Steele or R M Auctions are both reserve auctions that sell to a mix of car nut attendees that week of auctions in the Phoenix/Scottsdale area. BJ is mostly muscle car buyers as of late. They used to be the end all when Tom Barrett and Russ Jackson started it. Now it is a no reserve ordeal with an endless crossing of just about everything except what you have. Maybe your car will be so unusual that it will be a hit. Mecum is there now and is the largest auction company of them all as of late, and with the best rates.
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There are 41 930's of all varieties, 1981-1989, nationwide, on the autotrader right now. The highest price is $89,900 and the lowest is $26,500. The average price is $47,307 so the prices posted so far are probably in line with what the market is supporting. They all seem be posted on the web for several weeks so the market is soft as one would predict.


She is a beautiful car!
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Would it not be fair to compare only to the 5 speed 930's? In that case there are only 5 1989's for sale, starting at 59,000 and up to 75,000, average of ~62,500. List prices of course.

How about contacting Holt or TruSpeed? They might be willing to buy it, or maybe give you an idea of what they have sold something similar for?
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[QUOTE=AlfonsoR;6195265]Would it not be fair to compare only to the 5 speed 930's? In that case there are only 5 1989's for sale, starting at 59,000 and up to 75,000, average of ~62,500. List prices of course.

N0, because an '84 930 with a 5 speed ruf 930 transaxle conversion does not have anywhere near the value of an origonal '89 930.

Also the '89 930 has a G50-50 or G50-52 (can't remember which) Getrag 5 speed transaxle that is light years better while using much smoother and faster operating borg warner brass sychros that are more advanced in design than the antique porsche 930 transmission that is about at modern as a 1950's school bus transmission.

BMW has been using inexpensive simple one piece borg warner cone shaped brass synchros since the late sixties in the BMW 2002 Getrag 4 speed transmissions.
I've rebuilt those transmissions and replaced the borg warner synchro rings when they were about $35 each and they work sooooo much faster and better than the outragously over priced extremely complicated POS porsche steel synchros that use around 10 seperate little expensive parts when rebuilding them.
The 4th gear synchro ring lasts forever because you never downshift into 4th.

As far as I'm concerned the way overengineered slow acting porsche steel synchros suck and the stubburn old porsche engineers took wayyyy too long to wake up and accept that fact before ditching their old transaxles and switching over to the Getrag with Borg Warner brass synchros.
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