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Hammertime Updates

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Since our last value guide update in December, we’ve seen some really interesting results hit the market – perhaps helping to both redefine it, too. That didn’t necessarily mean all the entrants were market breaking; a slew of affordable 924/944s, two nice R129s, two budget supercharged Corrados and a good deal on a 540i Touring helped keep enthusiasts hearts afloat in this ever-increasing bubble. Speaking of, wild prices were seen for the 911T Targa at $313,000 and the Audi Quattro hit a little below my expectation – but still high for the model – at over $80,000. I have to admit I was a bit surprised by the “low” price of the ’88 M3 for under $40,000, but I was equally surprised by the bids on the cloned Alpina that crested $23,000 – big money for any of the E32 generation. A few 911s capped the sales, and it should be noted that our reader Howard S nailed the price on that ’86 930 – he was only $1.00 off! Well done!

-Carter

1978 Porsche 930 – $79,000 Article
1989 Porsche 944 – $4,650 Article
2000 Mercedes-Benz SL500 Designo – $9,499 Article

1987 Audi 4000CS quattro – $5,995 Article
1988 BMW 750iL Alpina B12 5.0 Clone – $23,600 Article
1999 BMW 540i Touring – $9,099 Article

1985 Audi Quattro – $81,400 Article
1973 Porsche 911T Targa – $313,500 Article
1990 Volkswagen Corrado G60 – $4,800 Article

1988 Porsche 911 Carrera Targa – $49,980 Article
1986 Porsche 930 – $74,999 Article
1988 Porsche 924S Special Edition – $4,600 Article

1980 Porsche 924 Turbo – $4,025 Article
1988 BMW M3 – $39,900 Article
2000 Mercedes-Benz SL500 $13,500 Article

1990 Volkswagen Corrado G60 – $2,050 Article