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 Post subject: Good time to buy...
PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2018 4:30 pm 
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Looking at ebay at the moment there are about 35 924s for sale at the moment, ranging from projects to a few rather ambitiously priced ones, haven't seen that many for a long time. There are a few well priced 924S amongst them, really a good time for anyone thinking of buying.

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1984 924 N/A RUBY RED METALLIC - full service history, every MOT, 3 previous owners.
1986 924S GUARDS RED - previous owner from 1990.
1988 924S Guards Red - sold
1984 924 N/A Black - sold
1980 924 LE MANS#1 - ex National prize winner and NEC exhibit 2011 & 2016. - sold
1980 924 LE MANS#2 - Saved from 10 years as a garden ornament - sold
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 Post subject: Re: Good time to buy...
PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2018 1:38 pm 
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Wow, I see what you mean! Seems very little time since 914's could be had for this kind of money and now look. I wish I'd had the space to keep all the 914's I have owned - especially the later ones with decent gear shift and 2.0 litre engines. Wish I had the space to store a bunch of 924's now - for the next 20 years or so! Chris.


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2018 10:35 pm 
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Whole market is down, low mileage 993 (manual c2) sold for less than £35k at auction last month, would have been £60-70k a few months ago. Everyone worried about Brexit and political measurea to prevent use of classics? Or maybe everyone's sick of the over-inflated prices for cars barely anyone wanted 10 years ago?

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