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Old 10-08-2018, 02:05 PM
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I know this is a question which probably cannot be answered so I'm more or less looking for opinions. I currently have a 997.2 S and want to upgrade to a GT3. Do we think the 991.1 GT3 price will fall below $110,000? Thanks!
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Old 10-08-2018, 02:26 PM
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Depends on how many engines nade
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Yes it will fall below $110,000....
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Old 10-08-2018, 02:57 PM
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eventually it will. how soon is the question. maybe in a year. I can see high mileage low spec 14s already reaching below 120
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Originally Posted by shapiroeric View Post
Yes it will fall below $110,000....
agree , how soon ??
depends on so many factors
year
mileage
options : FAL, LWB probably most important, so lack of these options will push price down
clean vs bad car fax
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I see a red one available for 119, 16k miles, love it.
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Old 10-08-2018, 03:13 PM
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Nope.... unless from an exotic rental/driving fleet with 100K miles. Look at slushbox F430 prices...
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It will eventually be worth $0. So will Carrera GT's. It's called the Second Law of Thermodynamics. On a long enough time horizon everything will be worthless. Or just buy it and drive it. The car is still awesome and worth the 10-20 grand you think you might lose.
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Hard to say where prices go, but keep in mind there is a 10 year, 120k mile warranty so when the 991.2 engines are out of warranty you will still have 2-3 years left of free engines.
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i think this would depend on options, mileage, etc.

But a 991.1 with modest mileage probably won't be under 110K for a few years.
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just a data point...
my 991.1 GT3 (2014), 2nd motor (G-series), 12k miles, 146k msrp, +FAL, +tracked, clean carfax, 1year of CPO left, was 119k enclosed shipped.

if my PPI was properly done, I probably could have knocked another 1-2k off.
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Thanks for all the info gents. Thinking about pulling the trigger in the winter/spring of 2019
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Originally Posted by robmypro View Post
Hard to say where prices go, but keep in mind there is a 10 year, 120k mile warranty so when the 991.2 engines are out of warranty you will still have 2-3 years left of free engines.
This ^^^ Thanks Rob! (and everyone else involved)
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Originally Posted by Koz View Post
Thanks for all the info gents. Thinking about pulling the trigger in the winter/spring of 2019
Should be able to get a good deal. Probably a better one if you shop around in the dead of winter after cars that can't move haven't sold for months. Good luck!
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These cars are holding pretty good for four year car
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