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Is this right?

So I’ve been hankering after a 930 for a while.
There’s one FS local to me popped up. It’s not a color that gets me excited but it’s local, looks clean and seems fairly priced.

Ok so what?

Well I dragged this picture off the ad. Is that hinge pin correct like that, because it looks odd to me. 930s aren’t my chosen specialist subject - I know a lot more about rusty British cars - so I’m wondering if someone can edumacate me here.

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Of course I had to go to a different device to get the picture...
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are you concerned that it's installed upside down? (i.e. that the part with the head should go on top?) -- if so, this is how they all are, so it's "right" in that regard --
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Yes - that was exactly what I thought when I first looked at it.
Thanks.
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BAT a reasonable place for comps for a private party sale?
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Nothing wrong with that.

I trust hagerty over BaT on 930s.
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I think the ask of 80 is high on that gray market 930
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Compared to the BAT comps yes, I agree.
Mileage is up there.
But again I know the watercooled market better than the aircooled one, only because I have one, which is why I asked.
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So Iíve been hankering after a 930 for a while.
Thereís one FS local to me popped up. Itís not a color that gets me excited but itís local, looks clean and seems fairly priced.

Ok so what?

Well I dragged this picture off the ad. Is that hinge pin correct like that, because it looks odd to me. 930s arenít my chosen specialist subject - I know a lot more about rusty British cars - so Iím wondering if someone can edumacate me here.
Is the car orange with brown interior?
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GR over Brown.
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