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Trying to sell 15 Jun 2017 04:28 #19792

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Hey everyone. I've decided to move on. I've decided to sell my 1980 Porsche 928. It's in absolutely perfect condition paint and interior wise, but it does not run. It is factory red, 5 speed manual transmission, with a v8. I'm wondering what a fair asking price would be. Any ideas?
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Trying to sell 15 Jun 2017 14:55 #19796

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You need to describe the attributes to make the value more than a crusty old parts car, which may have a value of $500 - $1500. These "middle generation" cars have minimal parts car value because the cars themselves aren't in high demand and the parts are not desired for upgrade. Later model 1986.5 - 1995 parts cars are in higher value for the brakes, transaxle and other parts.

1. Do you know why it doesn't run? Did it just not start one day, or did a piston go through the block? How long has it been since it last ran?
2. Do you have the funds to get it running?
3. What are the good points? How many miles on it, how nice is the paint, the interior, the brakes, the tires?
4. Does it have a service history?
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Trying to sell 15 Jul 2017 12:56 #19881

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Hey Dood, good luck with sale. how about posting some pictures.
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