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selling porsche

nick cattelona

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19 Aug 2004
I have a 1997 carrera supersport cabriolet with 37500 genuin miles on the clock in mint condition how can I get it valued?

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Do an internet search and identify as many similar cars as you can. Check this site for out using the search engine. Check out Porsche post for similar adds plus 911 world. Consider employing a specialist indenpendent engineer to do a full inspection and valuation if you seriously want to sell. I think PCGB offer a members valuation service.

When I was looking at the start of the year, I saw lots of similar cars asking anything from sub 20K - 25K. Two at the upper end were at dealers and are still there. I'd add history and condition were suspect on both. One quite nice car asking 20K was reduced to 18K in the summer but it was on sale or return and offered with a limited warranty and service.

For me history, colour and specification were the basis for choice rather than mileage but clearly genuine low and Documented mileage must have an influence on desirability.

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thanks for replying Anthony,

sorry car is 87 , has been garaged long time I got it mot`d in the spring this year passed with no problems , its condition is showroom I would say everything is still as it came from factory ,the engine has no oil on it at all it is clean as a whistle , very nice to drive even the sot top is first class , thanks for your information I will persue this avenue , many thanks


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