I purchased a car from a dealership and would like to rate it. How do I do that? Thanks.
Ask a couple of independent Porsche shops in the area, particularly shops that do race set-ups for these older cars, there must be a few in the Denver area. I work PT for a guy that does this type of work, and these late 80's models are always be modified for race use, including engine and transmission swaps, or rebuilds, along with complete suspension do-overs. I think you've got a good one.
What do you mean by rate the car? Do you have a PPI (pre purchase inspection). Or, for an example: Value! Car is always worth the total sum of it's parts. With 911's, parts AND USED PARTS, are rising in value every 6 months. The car is increasing in value as we speak. Kelly Blue Book will disagree. However, KBB rates an Ford Focus in basic parameters, which are also used for a 911. Very, unfair. But, that's how dealers make a profit.
Go to google reviews, boast away
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