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964 Turbo vaulues

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philippe
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2020/04/17 15:41:59 (permalink)

964 Turbo vaulues

Hello All 
 
A mate is looking at buying a 964 Turbo and has seen one for sale that he likes the look at, does anyone have an idea where costs are at the moment. I know this can vary so much depending on condition millage etc it is hard to find out looking at examples for sale as there are not many about. 
 
Thanks for your help. 
 
regards Phil 

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colin129
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Re: 964 Turbo vaulues 2020/04/17 15:51:44 (permalink)
Try the Hagerty valuation tool in the stickied thread.

Colin
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Re: 964 Turbo vaulues 2020/04/21 17:41:05 (permalink)
For a long time nobody wanted to know about 964 turbos, other than the 3.6s: I have no idea why, as the 3.3 is a great car.
As for prices, they are all over the place. A number of dealers, who have them up for sale at pretty high prices, aren't selling them - but I'm assuming that in many cases they are on SoR, so it's not costing the dealer anything to have them sitting there unsold.
Unfortunately, the fact that those prices are out there has distorted the market - and in the real world, given the current situation, I can only see them going in one direction - downwards.
My pers feeling is that for a maximum of £100k you should now be able to get a 964 turbo 3.3 which is pretty much immaculate, that ticks all the boxes that most collectors are interested in, other than out and out rarity.
 

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1989 911 turbo S targa
1981 DS935
1996 993 Carrera
1976 930 3.0 (ba...1989 911 turbo 3.3
1978 DS935 (Dage Sport 935)
1983 911 turbo 3.3
1975 911 turbo 3.0
1978 Ruf 911SCR(286 > max. 255)
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Re: 964 Turbo vaulues 2020/05/05 09:59:34 (permalink)
As a follow on from this.....a couple of weeks back a very nice low mileage GP White 964 turbo 3.3 was advertised for £75k - in my opinion, provided the details stacked up, a bargain. It disappeared from ads within 24 hours.......and lo and behold, it has reappeared with a dealer at £115k. Nothing wrong with a dealer making a profit, that's the name of the game, but a shame that it wasn't picked up by an enthusiast when originally advertised.

D. John Ward
930 Register Secretary, PCGB
1989 911 turbo S targa
1981 DS935
1996 993 Carrera
1976 930 3.0 (ba...1989 911 turbo 3.3
1978 DS935 (Dage Sport 935)
1983 911 turbo 3.3
1975 911 turbo 3.0
1978 Ruf 911SCR(286 > max. 255)
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