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1977 turbo... What will it Bring?

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You mean the turbo bubble that popped?



Iím looking forward to driver 930s in the 50s again.

3 weeks ago we saw record high 930 sales at scottsdale. Now you say the ďturbo bubble popsĒ..

Heck you canít even get a nice NA 911 for that..

The 150,000 mile 88 carrera the recently sold for $50,000 BaT..

Or the 180,000 mile 79 SC that sold for $34,000 recently on BaT..

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You mean the turbo bubble that popped?

Iím looking forward to driver 930s in the 50s again.
That's funny, a salvage title flood car needing full restoration sold at auction for a similar price a few weeks ago.
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That's funny, a salvage title flood car needing full restoration sold at auction for a similar price a few weeks ago.
Yeah, some sucker overpaid for that car. This one is more my style:
https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1982-porsche-930-turbo-2/
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77-79 930 Black Book 12 month histories show a downtrend. '89 has faired better but that's the appeal of the last model year and the G50 gearbox.

Buyers in the run up have been looking for the door and no auction house is going to allow a high reserve on a '76-'89 Turbo.

That leaves BAT or eBay. I'd be holding for now.
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Every car will differ in price but the market is in a downtrend. The $150K+ trends have slowed down...that is the reality. An original paint, low mileage (with the correct paperwork proving it's mileage) may still do well but those are few and far between. Some may try to convince themselves that their car is worth a gazillion dollars until they put it up for sale and no one bites......though one trend continues to baffle me is the backdating trend. Those cars are shockingly doing well in the market. I can sort of understand when they have been modified with some of the best components and an upgraded engine with all the goodies......but one with a regular 3.2 and a stock suspension should not command $100k+...just saying...
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Here’s an Andial converted 79 DP. Isn’t 79 supposed to be special? Why is it sitting at $94k for 8 months?
1979 930/dp935
If I were selling it would go to a Monterey sale. Maybe RM. After all some do know Andial was bought by Porsche and is considered part of the Porsche family over the past decades. I know it may not be for a first time 930 buyer to be aware of the Andial Porsche connection but still be for someone who might want something special. Lots of info just Google Andial Porsche .

Andial - Porsche Press
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" the legendary ANDIAL name will stay in the Porsche family as Porsche Motorsports North America," ...

Andial Division of Porsche Motorsport North ... - Motorsport News

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If I were selling it would go to a Monterey sale. Maybe RM. After all some do know Andial was bought by Porsche and is considered part of the Porsche family over the past decades. I know it may not be for a first time 930 buyer to be aware of the Andial Porsche connection but still be for someone who might want something special. Lots of info just Google Andial Porsche .

Andial - Porsche Press
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" the legendary ANDIAL name will stay in the Porsche family as Porsche Motorsports North America," ...

Andial Division of Porsche Motorsport North ... - Motorsport News

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Hello Anthony,

I think you missed my point. I posted that car as added evidence of a flat market. I think it's a great car and I think if we were back 24 months ago it would be gone at that price.

I also agree that if it were presented at the right auction in front of the right eyes it would be able to sell instead of sit.
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Matt, great lead in your reference to this car. Yes I really think it has some great creds. Maybe an unwanted stepchild to some Porsche purists but Andial is a part of Porsche. It should go to a auction were some would know of the importance of the Andial connection.
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Andial WAS Porsche Motorsports North America after Vasek was and before PMNA existed. A lot of the new people to the game don't know this and think they were just another tuner. Just my bias, but I would rather have an Andial tuned 930 from the 80s than a RuF one.
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Yes, it would be a great car for any Porsche enthusiast at the now very reasonable price. At a good CA auction later on, I could see Gumba selling it and getting much more.
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Here's the run-down from FLATSIXES:

Air Cooled Turbos were shy of high estimates.
2018 Porsche Scottsdale Auction Results | FLATSIXES

1997 Porsche 993 Turbo - Realized: $179,300 vs. Est. $175,000 - 225,000

2007 Porsche 997 Turbo Coupe - Realized: $50,600 vs. Est. $45,000 - 55,000

1996 Porsche 993 Turbo Coupe - Realized: $137,500 vs. Est. $140,000 - 160,000

1994 Porsche 964 Turbo S 3.6 'Flachbau' - Realized: Unsold vs. Est. $600,000 - 700,000

1988 Porsche 911 Turbo 'Slant Nose' Coupe - Realized: $162,400 vs. Est. $200,000 - 250,000

1976 Porsche 911 Turbo Carrera - Realized: $173,600 vs. Est. $175,000 - 225,000

1989 Porsche 911 Turbo Coupe - Realized: $156,800 vs. Est. $160,000 - 200,000

1987 Porsche 911 Turbo 'Slant Nose' Coupe - Realized: $156,800 vs. Est. $150,000 - 200,000
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Sold at $115k
That's still a lot.

Who still drives these ancient turbo's ?
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That's still a lot.

Who still drives these ancient turbo's ?
Not the "buyer", he's selling it for a $70k loss. lol https://honolulu.craigslist.org/mol/cto/d/1977-porsche-911-turbo/6486319204.html
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Not the "buyer", he's selling it for a $70k loss. lol https://honolulu.craigslist.org/mol/cto/d/1977-porsche-911-turbo/6486319204.html
Actually $75k loss plus transport fees to HI. He's probably jumping the title so he doesn't have to pay taxes though. Make sure to do a thorough PPI. Those older Molokai cars are prone to rust.
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Not the "buyer", he's selling it for a $70k loss. lol https://honolulu.craigslist.org/mol/cto/d/1977-porsche-911-turbo/6486319204.html
Jeez, scammers everywhere...
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