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I don't think so. The 90 - 91 Cabs in Tip are.
Iíll agree they are equally undesirable, but that shows my bias. Iím not terribly fond of 964s on the whole.
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Old 09-12-2019, 11:05 AM
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I like the car.... I'm $50k bid all day long on it, assuming it is what the OP says it is with no surprises. I actually prefer the classic flag mirrors.
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I hope you’re a bit low...
It requires mandatory,as in don't wait as it gets worse, rust repair, has issues with the AWD doodads, engine reseal, possibly "well used" as Porsche intended ...

$50K would be well sold IMO.
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Lol nice but how so? You disagree that the first year and last year of a model are not more desirable than the mid-years? You donít agree that a 74 and 89 are the most desirable g-bodies? How about 356 speedsters? First year and last year are the most desirable for them as well last time I checked
Is a '74 worth more than a comparable '87 or '88 even with the emission exempt bump?
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Is a '74 worth more than a comparable '87 or '88 even with the emission exempt bump?
Good question?
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I don’t think so unless the 74-75 is a US Carrera.
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So basing on the fact that what Iím saying is accurate for many many many makes and models over the generations you are essentially proclaiming yourself to be an elephant seal?
I thought Maaco stopped having the addictive chemicals around ?
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I'm in all day at $36k
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I'm in all day at $36k
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Is it me or the door has seen work ?
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I think it's a good looking 964
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I'm in all day at $36k
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https://forums.pelicanparts.com/porsche-cars-sale/1038551-90-porsche-911-964-cab-sale.html
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I saw that right after Specialty's cab tip comment. Made me ROFL.
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Why would anybody buy a 964 when they could buy a 911?
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A 3.6 and a g50 and full coilover suspension? I dont like the look but the technology and performance improvements are undeniable.
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An 89 without the engine TSB being addressed and if it still has the original DMF $50k is tops if this were addressed you should see closer to $70k at 51k miles. Those are low miles in 964 terms and rarely see them with less miles that are actual miles.

I don't see the 964 market flattening. Just too much junk on the market for cars with deferred maintenance or hidden accident damage. I rare see a 964 coupe for sale that doesn't have poor repairs or expensive needs for sale anymore. When they do surface they are gone in a flash at whatever the seller is asking.
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So... I don't follow 964, but did peek at the Excellence guide from last month when this thread started. depending on spec, it says most models are a low of 25-30 and a high of 50-60. You guys all seem to be calling 50k around the median price on these cars. Is Excellence really that far off on market values?
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So... I don't follow 964, but did peek at the Excellence guide from last month when this thread started. depending on spec, it says most models are a low of 25-30 and a high of 50-60. You guys all seem to be calling 50k around the median price on these cars. Is Excellence really that far off on market values?
50 for a couple, 30ish for a Cab. Deduct some points from each if it's an auto.
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On the plus side, '89 964 had no airbags!

Curious as to why this car isn't already being used as an occasional track day car (the reason mentioned for putting up for sale in the first post).. I've always thought the 964 just right in this regard.
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So... I don't follow 964, but did peek at the Excellence guide from last month when this thread started. depending on spec, it says most models are a low of 25-30 and a high of 50-60. You guys all seem to be calling 50k around the median price on these cars. Is Excellence really that far off on market values?
I follow the market pretty closely. Sorted C2 Coupes with no needs are $60k plus easily and are swooped up quickly. Hard to find good ones. There is a assortment of neglected cars on the market that are trying to be passed off as nice examples these days.

Recent comp: Not sure the asking but I assume well over $70k and sold in less than a week.

https://www.holtmotorsports.com/inventory/1992-Porsche-Carrera-2-coupe/420365

BAT example.

https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1992-porsche-carrera-2-13/


Original - rare color examples (low mileage) are traded in the lower 6 figure range. Couple of examples below.

I believe this Mint sold for roughly $140k recently. 19k miles.



Also Zuckerman paid over a $100k for his Maritime Blue car a couple of years ago.


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