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Hertsdriver
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2004 Porsche 997 Carrera 2

PostPosted: Tue Dec 11, 2018 4:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

To the OP, I owe you an apology,
I mis-read your initial post and did not realise you have a C4s (did the post get edited or am I just blind/stupid?)

I actually dont think a genuine well cared for C4s is far out of line at £25k on that mileage from what I have seen.

Sorry!
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Marky911
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 11, 2018 5:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

^^^ I was wondering if people were missing that it was a C4S. Dont know

A C4S with 70k miles on and over serviced should start with a 2 for definite.

£24500 May still be a bit rich a week or so before Xmas but it doesn't scream of trying it on.

Zingers, your mate wants a C4S for less than £15k??
2012 just called, it wants its valuation guide back. Very Happy
Even then it would be a high miler or Cat D. The lowest a straight C4S ever dropped to was £16k-£17k.

Good luck with the sale OP. I'd personally wait until the spring. No harm in putting it up for sale and leaving it up, but then if it's up for a couple of months people start and think "Surely people have viewed it by now. There must be something wrong with it on inspection".

As said I'd get the parts fitted and alignment done then clean it up in Feb/March and get it up. All it takes is one or two sunny weekends for people to start thinking about toys again. Thumb
 
  
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PDCC4S
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 11, 2018 8:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hertsdriver & Marky911

Thanks for making me feel sane again ok the price may not be too everyones liking but we all want the best price if we sell on

To be honest the cars not currently on the market I was just posting to

1) See if there was any possible people looking

2) Im happy to hold the car in storage as im not 100% sure I will sell even if I get a positive lead

Anyway I love the feedback so look forward to a few more posts.

PDCC4S
 
  
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kas750
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Joined: 31 Mar 2013
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Location: Chorley lancashire

2006 Porsche 911

PostPosted: Tue Dec 11, 2018 9:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Marky911 wrote:
^^^ I was wondering if people were missing that it was a C4S. Dont know

A C4S with 70k miles on and over serviced should start with a 2 for definite.

£24500 May still be a bit rich a week or so before Xmas but it doesn't scream of trying it on.

Zingers, your mate wants a C4S for less than £15k??
2012 just called, it wants its valuation guide back. Very Happy
Even then it would be a high miler or Cat D. The lowest a straight C4S ever dropped to was £16k-£17k.

Good luck with the sale OP. I'd personally wait until the spring. No harm in putting it up for sale and leaving it up, but then if it's up for a couple of months people start and think "Surely people have viewed it by now. There must be something wrong with it on inspection".

As said I'd get the parts fitted and alignment done then clean it up in Feb/March and get it up. All it takes is one or two sunny weekends for people to start thinking about toys again. Thumb


Agree mostly with that but in 2013 you could get a sensible miles C4S for £15k..

I didn't because at the same time you could buy a sensible miles 2005 model 996 Turbo for less than 25 and I did! Thumb
 
  
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Marky911
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 11, 2018 10:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ah the good old days. When a 964T cost the same as a 996T.

I bought my 964T for £18k and sold it for £25k to buy my GT3 for £34k, which my mate had bought for £29k.

Never mind, c'est la vie. Sad Very Happy

My mate took a C4S in part ex for a Golf R32 (yep I know) and gave peanuts for it. Maybe £10k. We were surprised by how utterly crap it was in the snow mind. It just sat spinning all 4 wheels. Dont know

It was the first 911 I'd heard PSE on though and there aren't many I've heard since that sound better at low to modest revs. Maybe a 993 with RSRs on.
 
  
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kas750
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 11, 2018 10:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Marky911 wrote:
Ah the good old days. When a 964T cost the same as a 996T.

I bought my 964T for £18k and sold it for £25k to buy my GT3 for £34k, which my mate had bought for £29k.

Never mind, c'est la vie. Sad Very Happy

My mate took a C4S in part ex for a Golf R32 (yep I know) and gave peanuts for it. Maybe £10k. We were surprised by how utterly crap it was in the snow mind. It just sat spinning all 4 wheels. Dont know

It was the first 911 I'd heard PSE on though and there aren't many I've heard since that sound better at low to modest revs. Maybe a 993 with RSRs on.

Aye we can't keep em all and I have no regrets.
If they were that good I would of kept them but curiosity always gets the better of me and I'm always on the look out for the next big thing I suppose. wack Mr. Green
 
  
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HSC911
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 12, 2018 12:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Marky911 wrote:
Zingers, your mate wants a C4S for less than £15k??
2012 just called, it wants its valuation guide back. Very Happy


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Pmac32
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 12, 2018 1:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I would have thought to purchase a manual 996 C4S that doesn't need anything doing to it you would need to spend upwards of £23,000. I think that you could easily spend several thousand pounds on the majority that are for sale.
 
  
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