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ROW 930s value overseas

Seems like ROW 930s are really taking off in Europe. $100,000 is the starting price for something decent and really nice examples can fetch $200,000. Im wondering when and if we will ever reach this level of appreciation?


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Well there were only about 30 of them made all years total
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Well there were only about 30 of them made all years total

ROW 930s built from 1976 to 1979

1979 810 34% attrition 534 remain

1978 735 34% attrition 486 remain

1977 695 34% attrition 458 remain

1976 644 34% attrition 425 remain
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A single data point, I sold my RoW 930 at full asking price early last year, via broker to a German buyer. The broker told me it was much easier to bring a grey market car back home, as it were, compared to a later US model car.
Still can't believe how quick that car sold , less than a week, just before the market exploded. Stupid stupid me
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I think you will find that there were 830 ROW 930's produced in 1980 as well. I'm pretty sure as I have one of them.
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A single data point, I sold my RoW 930 at full asking price early last year, via broker to a German buyer. The broker told me it was much easier to bring a grey market car back home

I think it has to do with the high tax that has to be paid now vs 0% to pay if taxes paid when delivered new. I've heard there is a way to get US cars in for less taxes if brought in thru Norway. For a few years now the overseas market has been a real money maker for those who buy desirable Porsche models here and sell to there.
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Were you talking about ROW 930's or ROW 930S (slant nose)? there only about 30 row slants in eruope.
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I think you will find that there were 830 ROW 930's produced in 1980 as well. I'm pretty sure as I have one of them.
As do I.
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ROW 930s built from 1976 to 1979

1979 810 34% attrition 534 remain

1978 735 34% attrition 486 remain

1977 695 34% attrition 458 remain

1976 644 34% attrition 425 remain

Is there a breakdown of how many of each car were sent to each country?

Id like to find out how many were imported to Australia during those years
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Seems like ROW 930s are really taking off in Europe. $100,000 is the starting price for something decent and really nice examples can fetch $200,000. Im wondering when and if we will ever reach this level of appreciation?

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tonypeoni,
I think the market here in the U.S. for Europeans is so attractive for a couple of reasons. One, the obvious one, is Porsche sold many 911's here. We were/are the biggest Porsche market. Secondly, as a whole the Europeans drive their 911's HARD. The well cared for 911's per capita is higher in the U.S. than in Europe. So, I don't think it's correct to use the same attrition rate for Europe as the U.S.
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Does anyone have a trustworthy broker/contact over there? PM would be appreciated.
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Have you tried contacting some of the Porsche Clubs overseas? The Porsche Club - Great Britain (PCGB) might be a good starting point. They may have tighter controls over would-be-brokers that may try to post services on their web.
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