Selling a 1985 Porsche 911
Captivating the hearts and minds of sports car enthusiasts for more than five decades, Porsche has been able to keep the Porsche 911 alive and relevant in the sports car scene by implementing changes and updates throughout the car’s history. Without drastically steering away from the classic lines, beautiful styling, and advanced performance that made this brand a household name, Porsche continues to see great success with the 911. Whether you’re looking to sell your 1985 Porsche 911 because you need more space in the garage, are getting ready to send a child away to college and need the additional funds, or just finished a restoration and are ready to move on to another, the Alex Manos team would be happy to speak with you regarding your classic. A California classic car dealership located in Los Angeles, the Alex Manos team is always looking to add new classics of all makes, models and conditions to their collection. They are happy to pay top-dollar, in cash for your car on the spot, and will arrange for pick-up from any location in the United States. Below, they provide some important Seller’s Tips for those thinking about letting their 1985 911 go to a new home.
1985 Porsche 911 Seller’s Guide
During 1985, Porsche began offering the “Turbo Look” option not only on the Coupe models, but also on the Targa and Cabriolet. Buyers were now able to have all the sporty style of the Turbo without the maintenance and cost of the supercharged engine. Also new were standard power front seats, updated shift linkage, a new safety windshield, and standard central locking. If you’re selling your 1985 Porsche 911 and you have any of these options, be sure to market these to buyers. Having any combination of these options can not only increase value, but can also attract buyers to your particular Porsche 911. Buyers are also looking for cars that will be a good investment in the long run. Be sure to emphasize any maintenance or repairs you’ve completed over the years, as well as any components that remain original such as paint, interior, wheels, etc. As you may know, rust has plagued the early 911s. While many of the mid to late 1980’s models escaped the extensive rust of the early 1960’s and 1970’s models, be sure to document any rust or repairs to corrosion on the car. If you do not disclose these types of issues to potential buyers and they find the damage on their own, your credibility can be in jeopardy.
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