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That's a personal problem, not a market crisis. Give me driver 930s in the 40s and we've got a crisis and I'm now a bottom feeding buyer.
Someone in that position might argue that.. I'm a bottom feeder with no money haha
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It's a crisis if you're seller stuck on 2015 prices expecting others to pay up at that rate..
Exactly my thought
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This is what I'm talking about.
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This is what I'm talking about.
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Seems very reasonable...but I want a 930
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For example, $50k for this one I thought was a fair price. Did not meet the reserve

https://www.ebay.com/itm/-/323387559144?nordt=true&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trks id=p2047675.l10137
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For example, $50k for this one I thought was a fair price. Did not meet the reserve

https://www.ebay.com/itm/-/323387559144?nordt=true&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trks id=p2047675.l10137
That is a sketchy looking 930. Love the description "1986 Porsche 911 Turbo 930,5L V8 32V,4-Speed Manual, RWD,Coupe,Leather"
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That's a personal problem, not a market crisis. Give me driver 930s in the 40s and we've got a crisis and I'm now a bottom feeding buyer.
I am right on big-time on this one. In complete agreement. I hope it does not happen. I would sell many things to get there and be there.
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Yea,
The 930 is a overweight pig with lousy throttle response.
But if prices drop yíall will be the first ones in line to buy one.


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Yea,
The 930 is a overweight pig with lousy throttle response.
But if prices drop yíall will be the first ones in line to buy one.


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This will lay a smack down on a stock 930.
73 rs tribute 3.2 $70,000
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^^^ I've been eyeing that car too. Great buy IMO.
Why do I insist on wasting 3/4 years and $50k building the same thing with safety bumpers?
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^^^ I've been eyeing that car too. Great buy IMO.
Why do I insist on wasting 3/4 years and $50k building the same thing with safety bumpers?
Ask myself the same often. I wouldn't feel the same way if I knew how to weld. Spending several grand to repair the front pan rust is the only part that irks me. The rest is fun. If it weren't for that, I would be driving my car while i build the new engine.
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Buy a perfect g bodied 3.2 915 and keep $25,000 in your pocket. Have as much fun......

I had a 73 w/ 3.2 a bit quicker but not much different from my 86 3.2... looks another discussion.
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That turbo sure goes fast around that blind curve....


https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1989-porsche-911-turbo-19/
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That turbo sure goes fast around that blind curve....


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Yep. Iíve been to their shop, Iím familiar with that curve. Thatís faster and further over the center line than I would ever be comfortable with, but maybe they had a spotter up ahead that isnít visible in the video. If not, though, damn thatís living dangerously.
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This will lay a smack down on a stock 930.
73 rs tribute 3.2 $70,000
That car and price got my attention. I've been thinking about doing something similar with my 72. I'd be way over that price and it wouldn't look half as good.
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the 930 is a overweight pig with lousy throttle response.
But if prices drop yíall will be the first ones in line to buy one.


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My thought as well - When prices drop I hope more people will modify them again

BTW - Here is the antique 4 speed transmission with all the so called "turbo-lag" and "antique" feeling giving modern porsches a lesson or two - overall win on Daytona
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HlF8x-EaBTs

I know I know...tuned to 750whp and maybe 1000kg for the track, twin turbo all the good stuff bl.a. bl.a...! Less can do it, and twin small sized turbos or true twin scroll big turbo = same same -> a true modified 930 on 4 speed transmission is a beast! 500-700hp in 1100-1200 kg slim car, what is not to like!?!! 930 is simplicity, raw power and turbo-history! I love them
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This will lay a smack down on a stock 930.
73 rs tribute 3.2 $70,000
Sorry Matt but a stock 3.2 wonít be smacking down a stock 930 anytime soon
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Sorry Matt but a stock 3.2 wonít be smacking down a stock 930 anytime soon
That's not a stock 3.2. That's a 1970 with a 3.2. That thing is 700lbs lighter than a stock 930. Even if we assume no Steve Wong Chip, it's still going to have a better power to weight ratio. And better gearing. The only place a 930 would pull on that car would be over 120mph in a straight line. But put them both on the track in a time trial and the 930 gets dusted.
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I've been on a few race tracks with well driven mildly modified 930's - they hauled ass, if you've go the balls and skills to keep them on boost they fly around a track .

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I've been on a few race tracks with well driven mildly modified 930's - they hauled ass, if you've go the balls and skills to keep them on boost they fly around a track .

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It doesn't take that much. But the premise here is that a stock 930 is a bit of a pig. One has to modify it to wake it up.
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