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8 minutes ago, Troubleshooter said:

Some of you are a bit rusty boys, the market moves and seems quite a few sales of standard 6.1 C2 man coupes over this year have been forgotten .... lots of fat wallets on here were bandied around only a coupla months back ... 

I mentioned  possibly listing mine and amongst the initial 4 or 5 PM's was a first up offer in the 60's 

 

""I’d offer 6xxxx depending on how well it passes a thorough ppi. I’ve even got a rare approval from the wife...

 

 

Nice of you to offer, we'll see how we go when I put a price on it and get serious ...

There are a few on CS in the 40s and 50s. It all depends on the condition and service record I guess.

 

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Thanks fellas for your input.

Its a private negotiation and its not grey per se.

Its like a brownish, greyish, blackish, charcoalish colour, which is the same as my 993. Thats what makes me like it.

 

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1 hour ago, reggiegums said:

Thanks fellas for your input.

Its a private negotiation and its not grey per se.

Its like a brownish, greyish, blackish, charcoalish colour, which is the same as my 993. Thats what makes me like it.

 

Sounds good, what's the colour code? I'm curious as to what it looks like. Good luck with the negotiation! 

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@reggiegums High 50s maybe early 60s sounds about right. The one I linked above was similar including aero kit but no x51 and it has sold in a couple of days at a $48k asking. So presumably strong demand at that level. Add some more for the X51. And you can’t really argue with @Troubleshooter‘s actual data

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18 minutes ago, D2000 said:

@reggiegums High 50s maybe early 60s sounds about right. The one I linked above was similar including aero kit but no x51 and it has sold in a couple of days at a $48k asking. So presumably strong demand at that level. Add some more for the X51. And you can’t really argue with @Troubleshooter‘s actual data

Did you find out anymore details on the aerokit car?

Anyone here pick it up?

Cheers,

Dave.

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I was keen on inspecting the aerokit car but timing off by a week. Good service history, aftermarket suspension for track days, no engine mods, non factory optioned genuine aero fitted early in cars history. 3rd or 4th owner.

Interstate buyer got to it...which means there was limited local interest in Melbourne. 

A good buy for the new owner if no surprises are uncovered on the drive home!

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On ‎6‎/‎15‎/‎2018 at 8:32 PM, Gas said:

I was keen on inspecting the aerokit car but timing off by a week. Good service history, aftermarket suspension for track days, no engine mods, non factory optioned genuine aero fitted early in cars history. 3rd or 4th owner.

Interstate buyer got to it...which means there was limited local interest in Melbourne. 

A good buy for the new owner if no surprises are uncovered on the drive home!

Heard it was a lot rougher than it appeared. Non factory kit and wheels with track mods.

However at $48K it was keenly priced.

Cheers,

Dave.

 

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I was curious as to why there were no interior shots, maybe that's why...

Anyway can be brought back to excellent if you put in the TLC... And cash haha 

What were the track mods? LWFW? Weld in cage? That's all I can think of that are track specific and compromises drivability.

Unless it had mono ball suspension parts which is unlikely. 

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56 minutes ago, dan_189 said:

I was curious as to why there were no interior shots, maybe that's why...

Anyway can be brought back to excellent if you put in the TLC... And cash haha 

What were the track mods? LWFW? Weld in cage? That's all I can think of that are track specific and compromises drivability.

Unless it had mono ball suspension parts which is unlikely. 

Yeah, understand interior was a little rough.

Track mods were lowered suspension and extended sump. Evidence of accident repair at rear also.

Cheers,

Dave.

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5 minutes ago, disco said:

Yeah, understand interior was a little rough.

Track mods were lowered suspension and extended sump. Evidence of accident repair at rear also.

Cheers,

Dave.

Ahh yes, based on that I'd agree.

Deep sump is definitely a track mod! 

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14 hours ago, Clarkie said:

Btw.  I did buy David’s car :) 

just wanted to have it in my hands before I posted anything. 

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I would have if I was in the market, that’s such a great looking car

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2 hours ago, Bluegus73 said:

Anyone see this come up for sale?? Then go quickly?? Or is it a quirk in carsales?

https://www.carsales.com.au/private/details/Porsche-911-Carrera-1998/SSE-AD-5493894

 

I think it got mentioned on here it was a little rough on the inside but seems to have been snapped up.

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On 6/12/2018 at 9:03 PM, PhilH said:

Last service (minor) late 2016 at 65k. Nothing since. Owner said " not done coz not due yet" .

Did you find out anything else about this car by chance?

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Not huge amounts kicking around for sale on CS at the moment a couple that have been pimped up with wings but other than that not many standard coupes around.Good honest cars with full service history seem to be thin on the ground at the moment quite a few with partial service history which seems a bit odd.

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