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Value of 3.3 Turbo calipers

Hi,what is the value of a full set of 1978 3.3 Turbo calipers.Been on the shelf with only 5,000 miles and they are mint in condition and appearance.Thanks Fred
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I have no idea. But when you find out PM me! I would like first right of refusal. I need a set for my 74 project.
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I had an NOS set I sold for $1500 a decade ago. I can only imagine they are close to twice that now.
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I looked on here for comparison but usually marked sold missing the original ask.so no help.
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I will say I spent $3,200 at PMB having mine restored. So a good set that doesn't need restoration should be more than that.
If cores were $500.00 ea. That would put them at at least $5,200.00 for a good set.
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I looked on here for comparison but usually marked sold missing the original ask.so no help.
I hate that people do that. I've never understood that.
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I will say I spent $3,200 at PMB having mine restored. So a good set that doesn't need restoration should be more than that.
If cores were $500.00 ea. That would put them at at least $5,200.00 for a good set.
Not pickin' on your for spending the money, Deez (well, sort of! ), but that cost blows my mind! They're fookin' brake calipers; a simple device that has been around for decades. Sometimes the all-around Porsche tax is really off-putting.
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Not pickin' on your for spending the money, Deez (well, sort of! ), but that cost blows my mind! They're fookin' brake calipers; a simple device that has been around for decades. Sometimes the all-around Porsche tax is really off-putting.
Itís the detail of finishing the ripples on the 930 calipers. Run of the mill A calipers are a couple hundred bucks.
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Not pickin' on your for spending the money, Deez (well, sort of! ), but that cost blows my mind! They're fookin' brake calipers; a simple device that has been around for decades. Sometimes the all-around Porsche tax is really off-putting.
I know,I know. I just cringe at the costs, hand over the CC# and not look back.
I tell the wife it's an investment. But I know it's just an investment in my happiness.
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