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Pricing on 86 930 turbo

Ok, guys! I need some help. Found an 86 930 turbo, coupe with 82,000 miles. Good condition. Guards Red, black interior. Owner had it since 2001. What is the going price these days?? Car is in great condition. Any and all help is appreciate!
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Seems you aren't the only one.
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I'll bite.

All original paint/interior/engine, no leaks/needs and all service docs it could be up to a $90k car. If it's truly a garage queen probably will fetch more, but keep in mind those are rare. Good condition/nice driver, some nice mods and no major needs will be in the $70s most likely. BAT is good gauge on the 930 market in general. Lots pop up on that site.

https://bringatrailer.com/porsche/930-turbo/
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I'll bite.

All original paint/interior/engine, no leaks/needs and all service docs it could be up to a $90k car. If it's truly a garage queen probably will fetch more, but keep in mind those are rare. Good condition/nice driver, some nice mods and no major needs will be in the $70s most likely. BAT is good gauge on the 930 market in general. Lots pop up on that site.

https://bringatrailer.com/porsche/930-turbo/
90k sounds high to me, even if it were the cleanest 80k plus mile example there is. Just too many miles to pull 90k. In the 70k’s is more accurate.
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It was just a no sale on eBay at $50k
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It was just a no sale on eBay at $50k
Haha. If the OP is talking about this car it's worth in $50s max. Red Flags all over it IMO.


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Haha. If the OP is talking about this car it's worth in $50s max. Red Flags all over it IMO.


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Agreed. That 930 is a dud. Maybe next time the OP should post a link to the car, it would net a far more accurate opinion. This should’ve been let go at the high bid.
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This should’ve been let go at the high bid.
If rising water raises all boats, what do contracting waters do? Marketplaces so manipulated.......
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If rising water raises all boats, what do contracting waters do?
Show the car for what it really, really is. All the rust, barnacles, dry rot, and the myriad other issues that people refused or did not want to see when the waters covered the hull. When the market shrinks back to where it was (or almost) - those cars with all the issues are less desirable for good reason. Suddenly people are waking up to the realities of classic car and old Porsche aircooled ownership. It's not that fun if you have a raggedy old example or one that needs sorting. It's a money and time loser. Reminds me of my old brother in law who bought a Cobra kit. He wanted to buy the kit and not do any of the work. He started to write checks for the drive train, then the brakes, then the interior. He knew nothing about cars. 20 years later the car still sits on pallets.

The idea and dream of something and its worth is always overinflated in a hyped market. Now people are waking up to the reality.
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Valuable will always be valuable. There is a gent who lives in Baltimore (we'll call him Chuck) owns a handful of 10,000 mile and under series one turbos. They were valuable long before the market run up and they will be valuable long after.

Questionable in my opinion are the 89 speedsters that were ran up from $50,000 (2005) to $250,000 (2015)....... will they return to earth or forever sit for sale at $185,000 to $200,000......
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Thanks guys, for the comments, and the expertise!!
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Valuable will always be valuable. There is a gent who lives in Baltimore (we'll call him Chuck) owns a handful of 10,000 mile and under series one turbos. They were valuable long before the market run up and they will be valuable long after.

Questionable in my opinion are the 89 speedsters that were ran up from $50,000 (2005) to $250,000 (2015)....... will they return to earth or forever sit for sale at $185,000 to $200,000......
I totally agree with you on the Speedsters, their run up in value never seemed correlated properly with their production numbers to me. Too high for too many out there.
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Here's a comp on a nicer car. No sale at $72k. Listed in the classifieds for over $90k. Not likely to get it.
https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1987-porsche-911-turbo-19/#comment-2401184
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Forgive my ignorance but what makes this particular car such a 'dud'?? I agree that the advert is bad but to me the car looks worthy of further investigation -no?

A friend of mine has bought two cars really cheap privately because the ad was terrible and no one responded. Cars turned out to be gems.
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Forgive my ignorance but what makes this particular car such a 'dud'?? I agree that the advert is bad but to me the car looks worthy of further investigation -no?

A friend of mine has bought two cars really cheap privately because the ad was terrible and no one responded. Cars turned out to be gems.
Which car? Multiple have been mentioned in this thread.
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Shameless hijack, thinking of selling my 1986, 930. Time to free up a budget for the RSR project car we started like, 5 years ago....
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Shameless hijack, thinking of selling my 1986, 930. Time to free up a budget for the RSR project car we started like, 5 years ago....


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Basically original besides the Exhaust and steering wheel. Still have both original parts.

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Seems like a great car. The color will help it sell. Miles are not too high.
I would list it for $100,000.00


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Seems like a great car. The color will help it sell. Miles are not too high.
I would list it for $100,000.00


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100k is too much, it’ll sit at that price.
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