Porsche 356/911/930 1957-87: Market Review 2019

By: Cliff Chambers

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Porsche 356/911/930 1957-1987 market review

Absolutely nothing in the realm of early Porsche is cheap any more, not even the once-ignored 912. Pre-1974 911s remain a $200,000 prospect and an exceptional 911E or S can go higher.

Also knocking on the window of $200K are 356B, C and SC coupes, with convertible versions having been there or above for some time.

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If you have downsized the house or taken a lump sum then a 3.0 or 3.2-litre 911 in the $90-120,000 price range will be fun and maybe make enough to cover its running costs.

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Early Turbos have soared by around 250 per cent since 2015 and the next five years should bring further gains.

356 Coupe $176,890 [9] 

912 $92,225 [4] 

911 1966-73 $188,200 [9]

911 1974-78 $103,800 [34] 

911 1979-87 $87,500 [16]

911/930 Turbo 1976-87 $186,750 [10]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2019 European & British Value Guide.

 

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