What is a fair price for 911 turbo with 51000 miles? they are asking $66,000.
Car is silver body looks in good shape, car in clean inside... trying to get service history...5 owner car bought in CA and spent most of life CA... a trip to Arkansas and now in Bremerton WA (near Seattle)...VIN WPOAD299X7S783753
Message the seller for the free history, if available, or visit CARFAX .com to get one yourself. Maybe contact the dealership near you to see if it was service there?
The price sounds a bit high. Is the car a Factory X50? For example this car is and is 20 grand less expensive. http://www.cargurus.com/Cars/l-Used-Porsche-911-Tempe-d404_L1095?showListingId=99972471#listing=99972471
@TNTJOBS, that is not the same model or year of car, a 2007 997 Turbo cannot be compared directly to a 2002 996 Turbo. The 02 car is also heavily modified, which reduces the value to many Porsche buyers. $66k sounds about right to me.
Sorry!! I do not see year and model listed in question. That would be a fair to good price for a 2007 turbo. The 996 begins with the Factory X50 build. Which is a legitimate model.. Coil-overs enhance the existing performance and add to safety. For example, corner balance and ride height. The 2007 has limited suspension flexibility. The tune is a simple flash that can be returned to stock. My point being, save 20 Grand. And, own the same Performance as a 2013 911 Turbo. Plus, far less depreciation in the older models.
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