Can you tell what my 1976 Porsch 911 S is worth?
I cannot come to a conclusion on asking price. I am the third owner and bought the car in the early 1980"s. My car was imported into this country(orginal owner from East Berlin, Germany), will this make a difference in price? Most everything is orginal on car including the foreign radio. I had the car painted in 1984 and noticed some paint is flaking around back quarter panel. The other modification I made to car was, it orginally had a 3-speed sportamatic transmission and I had that removed and replaced with a 5-speed manual transmission. It is a yellow couple with a sunroof that needs repair. Th car had 30,000 miles on original transmission and I have put 13,000 miles on the vehicle with the 5-speed. This car has been in storage most of me owning it. I would appreshiate yur help.
What country is it in now?
$12 - $22k, depending on condition. Loses value due to the transmission being non-original, although the manual is more desirable than the sportomatic. Is it otherwise matching numbers car? Does it have Porsche COA? Painted original color?
the numbers are matching. The paint is the orginal color. I didn't know you could have it certified until now, so I will have that done ASAP.
which state are you in? I'm in the market to buy one at the moment
Which shop did the conversion to the 5 speed if you don't mind me asking?
I don't remember, I had that done in the mid-1980s.
So, getting back to my original question about pricing, will there be any price difference between my Euro 911 and an American market 911?
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