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1994 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.6

It’s been quite a while since we featured a 911 Turbo 3.6 with an asking price below $200K. In fact, it appears that of all of them we’ve featured only one had such a price. The one we see here, a Black 1994 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.6 with Cashmere Beige interior and 54,562 miles, is not only priced below $200K, but at $164,000 it’s a good bit under $200K. Naturally, the question is why the price is so relatively low? We’ll speculate on some of that below, but I do also wonder about the prices for these Turbos in general. While so many we have come across were indeed priced above $200K they weren’t exactly selling outside of incredibly low mileage examples. Many auctions were being bid precisely into the territory in which this one is priced. So perhaps the price here is just a realistic one. Imagine that!

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1994 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.6 on eBay

Year: 1994
Model: 911 Turbo
Engine: 3.6 liter turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 54,562 mi
Price: Reserve Auction ($164,000 Buy it Now)

New Inventory Alert! So new it’s yet to be detailed! Two owner 1994 Porsche 911 3.6 turbo. Same owner since 1995. 58,000 miles, we have receipts documenting every service and everything performed on the car since the day it left the lot in July of 1994. Recent complete engine overhaul/refresh by Porsche of Naples 5,000 miles ago. Runs/ drives incredible! Is it a sub 10,000 mile garage queen, that will cost you $300,000, No! t has had some repainted panels, has it been driven/tracked? like the pinnacle of all things Porsche of this era should have been. Yep you bet! Has everything, that it has ever needed to be addressed, been addressed when needed. Yes! I’ve never seen such well kept documents, an inch plus thick, that I throughly read over a days time, and enjoyed learning the history. More pictures to follow once a complete detail it performed in about a week. Here’s your chance own one of the most sought after 911’s ever produced. We take trades, and can assist with shipping worldwide. Contact us with any questions you may have. 608-354-6787.

Hagerty shows Condition 3 vehicles for this model with an average value of $198,000 so by their numbers the price here is pretty good, unless we discover issues that would cause us to downgrade this to Condition 4. Nothing as such jumps out at me here, but the presentation isn’t exactly great. The seller states that they’ve placed the ad prior to detailing the car, which provides some nice realism but always perplexes me. It’s said to come with a full service history though and given that we know it’s been used spiritedly that history will come in handy. We’re also told some panels have been repainted. Is that because of accident damage or just rock chips from its track time? Those details also would be worthwhile.

Even if the presentation leaves something to be desired I do think we have a decent start here and this Turbo has potential. We might even discover that the only problem is that it needs a nice detailing. If that’s the case, then I suspect the asking price here will prove to be a pretty nice one.

-Rob

2 Comments

  1. MDriver
    MDriver January 30, 2017

    perhaps the these cars are starting to come down to reality in pricing???
    I personally know of an 89 930 GPW/Burgundy, 40k on odo, full docs, OEM white Fuchs…traded for 125k

  2. Howard S
    Howard S January 31, 2017

    Prices for driver quality 930 and 965’s have cooled somewhat because so many have come out of hiding and are on the market now. Thats a pretty interesting price on this 3.6 if one were in the market for a driver. Its my personal holy grail of turbos. I guess, in theory I could sell all three of my G body 911’s and almost buy this one.

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