Selling A 1976 Porsche 930
The Porsche 930, more commonly referred to as the Porsche 911 Turbo, would be officially debuted at the 1973 Frankfurt Auto Show, although the production version would launch at the Paris Auto Show of 1975. Not only praised for being quite exceptional when it came to performance, the Porsche 930 was also an ambitious, forward thinking step for the German automaker. Although still relatively new, turbo-technology had been used in racing during the era; yet few manufacturers were successful in launching a road car using the technology. With a stern focus on engineering and technological advancement, Porsche would pair the Carrera RS engine with turbo-technology, which increased the engine capacity from 2.7L to 3.0L. It would take this new engine and marry it to a truly exceptional body, accentuated by a large “whale tale” that not only increased down-force and air to the engine, but would become an iconic symbol of the Porsche 930. The early Porsche 930 or 911 Turbo models are some of the most sought-after, as they represent the original 930 prior to the changes made in 1978. The 1976 Porsche 930 is an excellent example of what an early Porsche 930 offered, and is an excellent addition to any garage or showroom. If you’re thinking about selling your 1976 Porsche 930, the Alex Manos team recommends you review the Seller’s Tips found throughout this website.
1976 Porsche 930 Seller’s Guide
The early 1976 Porsche 930 examples were not galvanized and, as such, can be prone to rust damage. If you’re selling your classic Porsche 930, always be upfront with potential buyers about the condition of your classic. In fact, your asking price should reflect the overall condition, rarity and mechanical soundness of your example. It is not uncommon for buyers to ask for a third party inspection to ensure they understand the condition of the classic they’re purchasing. If you feel that the seller is serious about buying your classic, you should make every effort to accommodate an inspection. For some buyers this may mean a simply walk-around, while other may request a Porsche specialist inspect the car. To learn more Seller’s Tips like these for the 1976 Porsche 930, do not hesitate to contact Alex Manos and his team of classic car professionals today. Based in Los Angeles, their team has the knowledge, experience and resources to help you find a new home for your classic Porsche with ease.
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In fact, their team is always looking for classic Porsche models to add to their inventory of European and American classics and would be happy to learn more about your particular 1976 Porsche 930. They are known for making top dollar offers on the spot – payable in cash – and can pickup from any location in the United States. Learn more by contacting their team today. They are just a phone call away and look forward to hearing from you soon!