Selling A 1982 Porsche 930
Despite tougher emissions regulations forcing Porsche to withdraw the Porsche 911 Turbo from the United States and Japanese markets in 1980, the German automaker would continue to release these models in the Canadian and European markets with much success. It would not be until 1986, however, that the Porsche 911 Turbo Type 930 would be returned to these markets, yet these models still managed to make their way into America. During this down time, it was not uncommon for enthusiasts to have Porsche 930 models privately imported and converted to meet emissions standards. These examples would come to be known as “gray-market” cars and are still widely popular within the Porsche collector’s scene. They do require additional inspection and a thorough understanding of how the car was converted, however, as it is important that these conversions were executed to the highest standards. It should be mentioned that many of these conversions took place in the mid-to-late 1980’s, which means that most of the bugs or issues would have been worked out by now. If you’re the owner of a 1982 Porsche 930 and are thinking about selling your classic Porsche, you’ve come to the right place to learn valuable Seller’s Tips for this particular model.
1982 Porsche 930 Seller’s Guide
Whether your 1982 Porsche 930 is in pristine condition or requires restoration, there are certainly buyers out there looking for models of all conditions. What is most important, however, is that your Porsche 930’s asking price is considerate of the overall condition of your classic. Buyers taking on a restoration project, for example, will need to have room in their budget to accommodate for buying parts and the time needed for repairs. On the other hand, buyers looking for a mint-condition, showroom-quality Porsche 930 will expect to pay a bit more, as they are getting a complete example. The Alex Manos team understands that setting the asking price for your 1982 Porsche 930 can be tough – especially if you have an emotional tie to the classic or have little-to-no experience in the classic car market. For this reason, they always recommend you partner with a classic car professional that can give you information on comparable sales and market data to make a more informed decision. Unsure what the value of your classic Porsche 911 Turbo is? Let their team offer some advice.
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The Alex Manos team, based in Los Angeles, has a reputation for fair and honest car deals, and for paying sellers top dollar in cash. When you’re ready to sell your 1982 Porsche 930, let the Alex Manos team have the opportunity to make you an offer you can’t refuse. Connect with their team today to discuss your options. They look forward to hearing from you soon!