Selling A 1980 Porsche 930
The Porsche 930, or 911 Turbo, has an illustrious history as the top-of-the-line offering for the German automaker. First introduced in production form at the 1975 Paris Auto Show, the Porsche 930 would arrive to the American market in 1976 as the Turbo Carrera. Executives at Stuttgart were concerned about the ability to market and sell such an expensive sports car, as it was priced at $26,700. The next most expensive Porsche was the 911S Targa, which had a price tag of just $16,000. With a plan to produce just 400 examples to meet homologation requirements for racing, Porsche continued on with production. Much to their surprise, more than 23,000 Porsche Turbo examples would be manufactured between 1974 and the end of production in 1989. The 1980 Porsche 930 holds an interesting place in this timeline, as it represents the year that the model was pulled from the American and Japanese markets due to increasing emissions regulations. While “gray-market” cars (those that were privately imported and converted) are available, it is estimated that approximately 80 examples of the 1980 Porsche 930 (built in 1979) were shipped into the country prior to this change. Are you the owner of a U.S. version of the 1980 Porsche 930 or do you have a “gray-market” classic that has been converted to meet emissions requirement? Not sure? The Alex Manos team can help you.
1980 Porsche 930 Seller’s Guide
Understanding whether or not your 1980 Porsche 930 is a “gray-market” car is just the first step in selling your classic Porsche. You’ll also need to match engine and chassis numbers to Porsche records, take current photographs, prepare the car for inspection and arrange for advertisements to be posted on the Internet and in classic car magazines. Quite simply, preparing for the sale of your classic Porsche can be exhausting. Then you get to deal with calls and questions from prospective buyers, scheduling showings and inspections, dealing with negotiations and financing, and even shipping. Take the hassle and worry out of selling your classic 1980 Porsche 930 by contacting the Alex Manos team today. Always looking to add new classics to their inventory of European and American classics, their team would be delighted to learn more about your car. They are known for their fair and honest car deals and for making top dollar offers on the spot – payable in cash. Use this website to learn more about the various classics that the Alex Manos team is interested in.
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When you’re ready to sell a 1980 Porsche 930, the Alex Manos team is ready to assist. From providing you with valuable Seller’s Tips to purchasing the car from you – connect with them today to learn more about their sales process. They look forward to hearing from you and to helping you find a new home for your classic Porsche 930. Connect today!