Let’s continue looking at the 930 market and where values currently lie. Perhaps to an even greater degree than yesterday’s example, this paint-to-sample Light Yellow 1979 Porsche 930 with just 14,997 miles on it should provide a window onto that market. It’s up for auction with no reserve, which itself is kind of peculiar with a car like this, but maybe this dealer has had it for a while and is ready to move on. Bidding is at $103,046, a low mark given where some excellent examples have sold, so we’ll have to see where it ends.
CLICK FOR DETAILS: Light Yellow 1979 Porsche 930 on eBay
Model: 911 Turbo
Engine: 3.3 liter turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 4-speed manual
Mileage: 14,997 mi
Price: No Reserve Auction
NO RESERVE AUCTION
Rare Opportunity to Own this 1 of 1 Paint to Sample 1979 Porsche 930 in Museum Quality. Factory Paint to Sample Light Yellow with Original Paint in Perfect Condition and free of any noticeable Rock Chips. Rare Factory Sports Seats in Black Full Leather. Limited Slip & Factory Power Sunroof. Fully Documented Miles. 100% Original Paint ( paint meter is consistent) Interior is ALL ORIGINAL with zero dye or repairs. Carpet is all original and in near new condition. Owned previously by 2 Porsche Collectors. Recent $18,000 Engine Out Service with full documentation done appx 6 months ago by world renowned Carrera Shop in NY. Fully Documented with Photos.
Similar vehicle with similar miles sold for $302,000 at Goodings-
Trades Accepted and Financing Available. We can assist in shipping this car world wide. There will never be another one like this 930. Serious Inquiries Call 201.310.0048
We are told that everything here is original: the interior, the paint, and the mileage and that all of that is documented. We are shown some documents, but not enough to support the claim of full documentation. Verifying those claims will be paramount to coming to terms with this 930’s value and with the relatively low bidding I do wonder if something else is afoot. But there isn’t anything to immediately raise me suspicions. We are provided with a lot of pictures and everything looks in very nice shape. The paint looks great and the interior presents as free of cracks and tears and generally looks free of any significant wear. Maybe this 930 will end up as a really nice value, or maybe bidding will move up steadily over the coming days. We will just have to keep any eye on it to find out.