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Opinion of value '86

North American car, typical red on black. Cosmetically it is in tough shape, paint clouded, interior intact but tattered. No visible rust on tub or panels. Car has been sitting for a long time, like 10+ years. Mechanic is going through it to get it running. All new fuel lines, fuel tank, fuel pump. Re-working fuel injection system. New pads an rotors all 4 corners. The car will soon be road worthy. One owner car, 92k miles on it.

What is it worth?
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What year? Pics?
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86 as the title says.....

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no offense

but

there IS a Marketplace Forum here for such queries

sorry, these threads have grown beyond tiresome...

just sayin'
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there IS a Marketplace Forum here for such queries



sorry, these threads have grown beyond tiresome...



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Understood, and same post is over there....a lot more 930 knowledge present in this forum. Thanks for reading
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Probably 20 IMHO.
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Personally I am happy to have these topics posted here... 930 specific knowledge is held by a pretty limited pool of individuals and most probably don't venture too far from this particular forum all that regularly around here.
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I would think at least $25,000 if the motor is strong. ie; good comp. & leak down #s.
That may be a big if though. Good luck.
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A can of polishing compound and a lot of buffing and rubbing followed with carnuba wax and more rubbing may really wake up that paint.
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sorry... it's just that the tiresome bit comes when folks keep coming here as flippers, or, folks who own them get lost in their $ value and not their intrinsic value (awesome car to have / use)

I just find it annoying, is all

I should have just bitten my lip (different than biting the pillow as Ronnie is Professionally experienced in) - the old adage applies of course: if you don't like it... don't read it!

good luck to you, whether you're buying or selling...
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sorry... it's just that the tiresome bit comes when folks keep coming here as flippers, or, folks who own them get lost in their $ value and not their intrinsic value (awesome car to have / use)

I just find it annoying, is all

I should have just bitten my lip (different than biting the pillow as Ronnie is Professionally experienced in) - the old adage applies of course: if you don't like it... don't read it!

good luck to you, whether you're buying or selling...
No worries, I understand. The Marketplace forum is the forum I read the most, primarily just for entertainment value before I go to bed.......As the poster above says there isn't as much discussion on 930s over there. Certainly a lot more intelligence over here.

I have an 83SC and I am not as familiar with the turbos. Always wanted one.
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No worries, I understand. The Marketplace forum is the forum I read the most, primarily just for entertainment value before I go to bed.......As the poster above says there isn't as much discussion on 930s over there. Certainly a lot more intelligence over here.

I have an 83SC and I am not as familiar with the turbos. Always wanted one.

Where are you located? I'll buy this car from you... PM me (I'll PM you too)

The $20kish # that was posted sounds like something I can do......
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Where are you located? I'll buy this car from you... PM me (I'll PM you too)

The $20kish # that was posted sounds like something I can do......
I figured this was the case
I think the OP is trying to determine FMV in order to buy the car.
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I just paid a third more for a worse car. Admittedly, I highly valued a unique color and the car I bought was "paint to sample" at the factory. The motor on my car is shot and undergoing a full rebuild - I still feel like I did well. Once the work is done, it will still be cheap compared to comparable car and in a color I love...no offense, but Guards Red just ain't my thing.
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Is this the 83 Euro that texis300 posted about a few months back ? If so, I think he's looking for $30,000. Which may not be to far off considering the insanity of the 930 market now.
Seems like there's no method to the madness. Brian had what looked to be a well sorted 82? Euro f/s awhile back for $36,000 that sat for ever. I think it finally got bought by a European.
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Is this the 83 Euro that texis300 posted about a few months back ? If so, I think he's looking for $30,000. Which may not be to far off considering the insanity of the 930 market now.
Seems like there's no method to the madness. Brian had what looked to be a well sorted 82? Euro f/s awhile back for $36,000 that sat for ever. I think it finally got bought by a European.
$30,000 is WAY too much for that car. The tires aren't even original!
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Agree, its a nice project car but needs at least 50K, 30k is way too much for that car. imho
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Agree, its a nice project car but needs at least 50K, 30k is way too much for that car. imho
Maybe I'm missing something...is it rusty? Wondering where the 50K number is coming from. My car needs a complete engine rebuild and paint. Admittedly I'm more enterprising than the average checkbook restorer, but $50K IMHO assumes major issues like rust, missing parts, paint, etc. above and beyond that.
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Wondering where the 50K number is coming from.
That number stems from Tt's willingness to spend bookoo coin on removing excellent aftermarket parts from his car and replacing them with the lame stockers! Hardy har har!!!
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