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1976 930 For Sale - Craig's List

I know the guy who just purchased this. I didn't give him any advice, he just knows I have a 930. So, thought I'd get your thoughts: Is he in the ball park?

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Considering what may need to be done to bring it back to stock form, the price maybe off. To keep and enjoyed as is one would have to gauge the market. Plenty of beautiful other years modified cars (or stock) out there for a lot less. Then again who the heck knows....for every seat there's an arse...lol
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Here is a good price point,77' tough...

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Asking price is definitely high for all that's incorrect or missing. Nice that it is an early production run.

I bet that once McQueen's turbo sells for crazy money, it'll pull up the pricing of the 76s further. I'd say his asking price for that car and condition will be spot on with post McQueen sales prices.
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The wear on the interior does not seem to reflect only 41K miles....soooo? Maybe because it's from Arizona? Hence premature sun aging??

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Mark, not sure. I'm sure he has some documentation, however... The A/C definitely looks like an add on?
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The ac compressor is missing, fan in tail is definitely add on...
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If we are being picky...and look at the pictures closely....1976's did not have an intercooler either, no A/c compressor, dash is toast, many paint chips in engine compartment, paint chips around front I.D. tag, paint peeling off the rear lower valance, antenna is stuck 1/3 of the way up or down depending on how you look at it, electric fan on A/C condenser in the wrong tail {but the ad says the tail is wrong}, muffler has been re-welded in several places, under dash A/C looks correct for a '76, but the radio is a chop job and all the knobs, controls & glove box door are very tired looking, there is auto body shop grit-n-grim all over/under and around this car.

Now that was an incorrect English run on sentence if ever there was one!

For that kind of money, you would think they would have at least detailed it before taking pictures :{

To me this ride smells a little fishy, buyer beware!

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That 1977 930 was bid up $40,000 in the last 15 hours. Last bid was at the gong and did not meet the reserve. I' sure we will see this car up for sale again.

I would have to agree that this car although probably a lot of fun, need some TLC especially in the engine compartment. Looks like the complete intake and airbox are from a 3.3L motor.

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Mark, I have to agree and have passed on your comments to the seller [didn't pass on your name]. I think his story is: he lives in AZ and came across this car on a non-listed sale [person-to-person]. I'll pass along any other knowledge I know; when I know.

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If we are being picky...and look at the pictures closely....1976's did not have an intercooler either, no A/c compressor, dash is toast, many paint chips in engine compartment...
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Just noticed that it does not have a boost gauge in the tach either, but rather has a boost gauge where the clock should be. Was that option available then? Would you have removed the stock tach in putting in the other gauge?

Edit: On a side note that 77 turbo was relisted and appears to have sold for $132K buy it now~
http://www.ebay.com/itm/1977-Porsche-930-930-/151775344907?vxp=mtr&nma=true&si=fY5YeVG%252BW3OcD4HQfXIDY0kxnAI%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557
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I just spoke to the seller. He's getting some big offers close to asking price, so it will sell for a lot. These cars are Amazing!!



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Just noticed that it does not have a boost gauge in the tach either, but rather has a boost gauge where the clock should be. Was that option available then? Would you have removed the stock tach in putting in the other gauge?
No boost gauge in the 75-76, mine has same 2 bar gauge in clock hole...
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I'm glad the gentleman is getting good bids on his ride...leaves good hope for all of us, if we were in the market to sell that is.

You could have included my name on your forwarded info to the seller, I put my name up here, why not anywhere else. After all, I was only noting what was clearly show in the photos.

Personally I think the car looks good overall, and everybody knows that black IS the best color for a 930 :}

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US prices are too high, check this ( 19400 mils).

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US prices are too high, check this ( 19400 mils).

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I think that car is in the US also..
If the estimates come true for the mcqueen car, the days of finding a decent one under 100k will be something of the past.
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And if Dana quotes SM " and time begins now" with a little twist, and the time to buy begins now.
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