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Hi All Been lurking as a guest for a while. I’ve wanted a 997 Turbo for years. Now in a position to own one. Need advice on what to look out for. Carsales prices for a 997.1 Turbo vary wildly from $140k to $200k+ for seemingly similar cars with similar kms. The cars at the $150k level have been for sale for a while now (maybe ~2+ months), is that a red flag? Redbook says a 2007 997.1 Turbo should cost ~$110k. Are they way off, or should I expect to be able to negotiate the carsales price down considerably? Bang for buck, what is your opinion on appropriate spend vs. kms? What else should I be worried about? Thanks for your help!
Up For Sale is a 2008 997.1Cup Car. Originally a Porsche Cup GB car, and brought into Oz by Michael Almond. This car had an accident in Prod Sport NSW, and had RHR damage to the suspension pick up point. No rail damage, but both rear Qtr's and sills had cosmetic damage. The shell now has new rear Qtr's from Porsche, and sill panels. The suspension point has been repaired and geometry has been returned to factory spec's by a reputable Repairer (Bruce Lynton Body Shop). The Log Book is available.repainted, with no filler in the shell. There are a selection of parts available, and as you can imagine, pricing is hard to quantify without knowing what someone wants, ie bare shell, shell with rear lid and spoiler, etc etc etc. Easier just to have a chat on work it out. It's almost impossible to find a bare shell like this, and really its only useful for someone with a crashed car, or a shed load of accumulated parts. Let me know if there is any interest out there. I thought I had access to a crashed car to build it up, but unfortunately I couldn't get the deal done.
Hi PFA members, is anyone able to please recommend an excellent perth supplier and installer for cameras, radars, mobridge and other electronic equipment that has experience with Porsche vehicles? Thanks in advance
To be sold as a kit. All items are in like new condition. Asking $1200 1. OEM Porsche Short shifter ($430USD value) 2. Genuine Porsche Aluminium gear shift knob - fits 997.1 997.2 911 and 987.1 and 987.2 Boxster/Cayman ($3000AUD option from Porsche with matching E-brake) 3. Matching Genuine Porsche Embossed Sport E-brake