Porsche 356/911/930 1957-87 - 2018 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Porsche 356/911/930 1957-87

Porsche 356/911/930 1957-87 - 2018 Market Review
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It took a long time but the once-affordable 911 Turbo has justified owner perseverance and trebled its value in the space of just five years.

Early 911s have leveled out but a very early car is still likely to exceed $200,000. The ones everyone now watches are Carrera 3.0-litres from the 1970s. These not long back could be found at $45-55,000 and have very smartly doubled in value.

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Later 1980s cars are up as well but sadly there were no recorded sales of 1989-90 Speedsters which overseas are selling at close to A$400,000.

If you like the shape of an early 911 but not the price, try a four-cylinder 912 at 50 per cent less.

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356 Coupe $187,000 [2]

912 $88,080 [6]

911 1966-73 $125,050 [9]

911 1974-78 $104,125 [27]

911 1979-87 $94,520 [26]

911/930 Turbo 1976-87 $206,065 [18]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2018 Euro & Brit Car Value Guide.


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