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Panthro

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322 posts

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Hi guys, I have no idea about 993 Turbo's, but spotted this one in the classifieds and just wanted to ask if this was well priced for a Cat D, considering all non recorded 993 Turbo's are pushing past £50k presently?
If the damage wasn't significant, could this prove to be a reasonable bargain for someone?
Cheers smile

LeighB

3,726 posts

111 months

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Give us a clue then smile

I assume you'll be talking about this one in a previous thread?


Crimp a Length!

5,697 posts

109 months

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Lot of money for a car that's been written off.

Panthro

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Panthro

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Didnt realise its been previously covered.

Has anyone actually had a look at it in the metal?
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LaurasOtherHalf

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82 months

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thing is with my sensible hat on, an old turbo like this could have been written off with reasonable little damage.

but it's always goping to have that stigma isn't it?

& at that price you can factor in that you could have (among many, many others)

a mint mega low mileage 993 c2

a mint 996 gt3

a mint ferrari 360

a mint aston v8 vantage

all with no write off history!

you've got to really, really want a 993 turbo to see it as worth it, & only then once you've decided you'll never want to sell the bugger.

mudy

578 posts

58 months

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Spot on points by Laurasotherhalf there - I'd love a 993 turbo and would hope never to sell and really can't afford one so this might tick that box - but does anyone hold on to a car forever?
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