StephenjkYou can take a look at this on 993https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/used-cars/used-car-buying-guide-porsche-911-993 it has recent prices for 993 and 964 is typically a little higher than these so this should give a reasonable idea.
Ian_McLeodMy observations … 964 had a hot phase of being the must have aircooled and overtook 993 but not by much. They have both fallen back somewhat and seem similar these days for good cars but the reality is the market has been very slow through 2019 so it is impossible to tell exactly where prices are. Dealers are not buying stock of any aircooled at the moment and has been the same for the last 9 months unless an absolute bargin. Those not needing to sell are sitting on their cars waiting to see what 2020 brings.
StephenjkThat swindon car is a 993 and it is a 70th anniversary so hard to compare. year is 1996 and hp is 285 so at least they have that right for a 993. Bit worrying they mislabelled though!
clubsport You would think that a Porsche OPC posting an ad on a PCGB site would manage to get a few details correct?
clubsportStephenjkThat swindon car is a 993 and it is a 70th anniversary so hard to compare. year is 1996 and hp is 285 so at least they have that right for a 993. Bit worrying they mislabelled though!I just saw the similar car link ; "911 (964) Carrera 4 £111,950" without clicking on it. You would think that a Porsche OPC posting an ad on a PCGB site would manage to get a few details correct?
964C2MANCheers,However no one is beating a path to my door as yet Only time will tell and prices are always negotiable...
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