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Old 08-07-2018, 12:47 PM
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997 Turbos

Year: 2007
Make: Porsche
Model: 911
Price: $0
Mileage: 15000
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Wondering if any of these turbos listed over $85000 are selling anywhere???? Reason is I have a chance to buy back my GTSilver 18,000 mile GMG/TechArt car back but at a premium. I will probably do it because I know what ahs gone into it but just wondering how upside down I will be right off the bat. I see low 30,000 mile cars selling at $70,000 and wonder if the $20,000 premium is really there.
 
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I paid 85k for my 07 last september
 
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I paid 80 for mine, I've put over 20 into it since then. I told you I had wholesale offers standing at 85 from speculators / collectors. If you want a manual coupe 30-40k miles that isn't clapped out, flooded, damaged, etc. you're going to pay 85-95.
 
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I paid 80k for my White one a few months ago and 84k for my Gray one with PCCB's
 
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I paid 80k for my White one a few months ago and 84k for my Gray one with PCCB's
How many miles on the PCCB car?
 
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manual trans are bringing that money yes
 
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28k
meteor gray
natural brown sport seats
PCCB
sport chrono and more
100% bone stock (which always brings the most money)

I think the PCCB cars are and will always bring more also.
 
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I agree on the PCCB. My old GTSilve has steel brakes which is why I am hesitant to pay $90 to get it back. Its a full GMG build headers, cats, exhaust, boost tubes, intercoolers, coil overs, tune, techart one full body kit, HRE wheels I had done GTsilver, Sachs 2.5......
 
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Beautiful ride, I think it's worth it if you still have all the OEM new parts.
 
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Beautiful car but 90k is a stretch IMO. Unless ALL OEM parts including as said.
 
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Zero OEM parts��
 
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Zero OEM parts��
Then knock 6-10k off that 90 number. That's a big deal and removes a good portion of the market. Collectors are starting to peak interest in the 07-09 manual coupe PCCB turbos, but OEM parts and provenance are critical.

Edit: I've followed this market for a long time, personally and professionally. The floor was 24-30 months ago, you could get a 50K steel brakes manual car in the 50-60s and a 20k mileage car in the 70s. They've been steady gaining since then.
 
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Then knock 6-10k off that 90 number. That's a big deal and removes a good portion of the market. Collectors are starting to peak interest in the 07-09 manual coupe PCCB turbos, but OEM parts and provenance are critical.

Edit: I've followed this market for a long time, personally and professionally. The floor was 24-30 months ago, you could get a 50K steel brakes manual car in the 50-60s and a 20k mileage car in the 70s. They've been steady gaining since then.
Agreed!
 
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Yea, I may pass.
 
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Might part with my Gray car to get a GT3 I have been eyeing.
 
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