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930 Calipers - value?

Hey guys,

Just curious to know; what would be a good value to list my '86 930 calipers for? I have no hard indication on what they sell for typically.

Any thoughts would be appreciated.

Chris.
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Chris (aka: "Gotta Keep My Hands Baby-Ass Smooth"), based on "sold listings" on eBay, I would say that you could expect to get between $3000.00 and $3500.00 for the set.

http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_sacat=0&_from=R40&_nkw=porsche+930+calipers&LH_Complete=1&LH_Sold=1&rt=nc

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Chris, based on "sold listings" on eBay, I would say that you could expect to get between $3000.00 and $3500.00 for the set.

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Well that's encouraging. I wonder what "toasted" calipers would go for?
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Dammmmit Mark, you quoted me before I added some "flavor" to my post!!!

PS: Your special, heat treated calipers would surely go for double!
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Chris (aka: "Gotta Keep My Hands Baby-Ass Smooth"), based on "sold listings" on eBay, I would say that you could expect to get between $3000.00 and $3500.00 for the set.

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Thanks bud I appreciate the thoughts!

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[QUOTE=Ronnie's.930;8058211]Chris (aka: "Gotta Keep My Hands Baby-Ass Smooth"), based on "sold listings" on eBay, I would say that you could expect to get between $3000.00 and $3500.00 for the set.QUOTE]

Whoa! I resent sold a non-matching set (2 older style, 2 newer) for $3000 less than that.
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I bought a pair of rear 930 calipers (from an '86) for $800 a couple years ago.
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I bought a pair of rear 930 calipers (from an '86) for $800 a couple years ago.
Like the market trend with these cars, used parts seem to be following the same course. I've noticed large increases in used parts for the 930, almost double from what they were going for a few years ago. I think sellers see this trend for the car as a whole and then adjust their prices for used parts accordingly. Even new parts are out of site, like wheels going for 5k! Crazy market.
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Yeah.. funny how that happens!

I've got all my used heads, pistons, and cylinders... and I want to sell them.
The '87 930 heads are worth a bunch and need to be rebuilt but I don't know if the old pistons and cylinders are worth much. The pistons look pretty good but I don't know if there's any value in worn stock 930 cylinders.
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Thanks for the thoughts guys. I am going to post them up for sale in the FS section here and see what kind of interest they generate. I'm sure there is a market for them.

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