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997 Turbo Values Tanked?

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Old 01-06-2019, 10:43 PM
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I see the 997TT automatics falling in price as every year Porsche releases a faster turbocharged one. Non hardcore guys with money will always want the newest and latest, certain enthusiasts may want a 997TT but there won't be enough to keep prices from falling as newer generation used TT/TTS units come on the market.

However, they're not making any more manual Turbos so these I see appreciating relative to the auto 997Turbo.
 
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Time will tell on values of 6MT cars, but I can tell you as a recent seller of a super clean triple black vert with M6 with only 12K miles, if your ask is in the mid $80ís, expect your car to sit for quite a while. Whatís telling is what a car actually sold for and NOT the asking price as people tend to ask for more than a car is worth when they are selling in hopes of negotiating down to what a car is actually worth. I would have put my car up against the best and cleanest out there, with all service records and recent tires to boot. I know what I was asking and what I ultimately got for the car and letís just say the numbers were very different. I only sold because I want a M6 coupe, but suffice to say ask and get are usually waaaaay different.
 
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Old 01-14-2019, 08:54 AM
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Time will tell on values of 6MT cars, but I can tell you as a recent seller of a super clean triple black vert with M6 with only 12K miles, if your ask is in the mid $80ís, expect your car to sit for quite a while. Whatís telling is what a car actually sold for and NOT the asking price as people tend to ask for more than a car is worth when they are selling in hopes of negotiating down to what a car is actually worth. I would have put my car up against the best and cleanest out there, with all service records and recent tires to boot. I know what I was asking and what I ultimately got for the car and letís just say the numbers were very different. I only sold because I want a M6 coupe, but suffice to say ask and get are usually waaaaay different.
agreed, but I don't have access to wholesale sale records. The convertibles do sell lower than coupes, so that's probably why you had a slow sell. As long as I'm consistent with my evaluation criteria, we'll still know which way the trends are heading for 07-08 manual coupes with 20-40k miles
 
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What year? IMO black, silver and white 07/08's cabs are losing value compared to the coupes. A manual with low documented miles and service helps but not very much. The market is trending away from traditional older cookie cutter colors as younger owners look for unique and individual colors and upgraded media. You can now buy a nice well preserved 08 TT cab at Carmax and other sites for under $65K and that number is increasingly softer as more cars come on the market and interest rates rise.
 
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What year? IMO black, silver and white 07/08's cabs are losing value compared to the coupes. A manual with low documented miles and service helps but not very much. The market is trending away from traditional older cookie cutter colors as younger owners look for unique and individual colors and upgraded media. You can now buy a nice well preserved 08 TT cab at Carmax and other sites for under $65K and that number is increasingly softer as more cars come on the market and interest rates rise.
cabs and autos are just on rising ride due to coupe 6sp cars.

6sp coupe with a good color combo thatís been taken care of is what everybody wants. Options like pccb and coolant pipes done are all extras.
 
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