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Old 03-13-2019, 10:55 AM
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Old 03-14-2019, 12:56 AM
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This baby is getting shipped to me from washington state. CPO with 31k miles for $57,260. Here is the build sheet: https://vinanalytics.com/car/WP0AA2A94DS106794/

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Old 03-14-2019, 09:12 AM
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You did very well - that is a nice build and the price is about as low as you can find in a CPO car.
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Old 03-14-2019, 09:27 AM
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ahayvi - Great job! You will have many, many happy miles!
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Old 03-14-2019, 11:58 AM
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Originally Posted by ahayvi
This baby is getting shipped to me from washington state. CPO with 31k miles for $57,260. Here is the build sheet: https://vinanalytics.com/car/WP0AA2A94DS106794/

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WP0AA2A94DS106794

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Old 03-14-2019, 01:10 PM
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Nice buy for CPO! I am in the market for a coupe but someone needs to get this one: https://www.cargurus.com/Cars/invent...ting=234507684
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Old 03-14-2019, 02:11 PM
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2013 991S Cabriolet black/grey with 33k miles. $146k MSRP asking $75k.

Clean PPI in Socal looks hard loaded with full leather, 18-ways, sport design bumper etc.

https://www.6speedonline.com/forums/...cabriolet.html
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Old 03-16-2019, 10:05 AM
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I dropped my car in for service recently, and dealer salesperson reached out saying they could pay mid to high sixties for my car, just another data point. I thought it was a respectable trade-in offer, but I didn't have any interest in a 991.2 Carrera. I told him to call me w .2 GT3 offers at or below MSRP.

2014 C4S w 36k miles, I think it was on this thread sometime in the past - WP0AB2A93ES122192
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Originally Posted by erko1905 View Post
I dropped my car in for service recently, and dealer salesperson reached out saying they could pay mid to high sixties for my car, just another data point. I thought it was a respectable trade-in offer, but I didn't have any interest in a 991.2 Carrera. I told him to call me w .2 GT3 offers at or below MSRP.

2014 C4S w 36k miles, I think it was on this thread sometime in the past - WP0AB2A93ES122192

there is a ‘14 c4s with 51k miles for $65k. Manual and enthusiast options
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Old 03-17-2019, 02:45 PM
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After reading the thread a few times, and my own shopping for a manual 991s, I wonder if everyone can help with where they see pricing, broadly.

Here's my thinking:
$50-60K: older 991.1 base cars, normal miles in the 25-40K range. Lower options.
$60-70K: maybe this is where you start to see higher miles C2Ss, but also older 991.1. Also newer 991.1 C2 (no S). You might find 991.2 C2. Generally lower options.
$70-80K: here you find reasonably optioned 991.1 C2Ss and normal miles (say 20-40K).
$80-90K: lower miles 991.1 C2S w lot of options, low miles 991.2 C2 and higher miles 991.2 C2S
$90-100K: here I see a few GTSs (I wonder if they're any good)

Thoughts?
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Old 03-17-2019, 05:54 PM
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Originally Posted by sf997c2s View Post
After reading the thread a few times, and my own shopping for a manual 991s, I wonder if everyone can help with where they see pricing, broadly.

Here's my thinking:
$50-60K: older 991.1 base cars, normal miles in the 25-40K range. Lower options.
$60-70K: maybe this is where you start to see higher miles C2Ss, but also older 991.1. Also newer 991.1 C2 (no S). You might find 991.2 C2. Generally lower options.
$70-80K: here you find reasonably optioned 991.1 C2Ss and normal miles (say 20-40K).
$80-90K: lower miles 991.1 C2S w lot of options, low miles 991.2 C2 and higher miles 991.2 C2S
$90-100K: here I see a few GTSs (I wonder if they're any good)

Thoughts?
That is pretty accurate! Certainly high 60's is a great deal for a well-optioned, low mile C2S; add $5-10k for a C4S. You can find nice C2S models in the high 50's private party with good options, but that is tough to do at a dealership.

GTS models should all be falling below $100k by now. There are plenty at $95k that have been sitting for awhile. They continue to depreciate at $5-7k a year; people that were hoping they bought the next 997 GTS are sadly mistaken. A guy I know had perhaps the most loaded GTS I had ever seen: Aerokit, perfect condition, 2,500 miles, and he had a heck of a time getting $100k for it. Most of these cars have between 10 and 20k miles and are worth quite a bit less.
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Old 03-17-2019, 05:56 PM
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Originally Posted by smbryan View Post
2013 991S Cabriolet black/grey with 33k miles. $146k MSRP asking $75k.

Clean PPI in Socal looks hard loaded with full leather, 18-ways, sport design bumper etc.

https://www.6speedonline.com/forums/...cabriolet.html
I had a 2012 just like that last year, with the same mileage. I was only able to sell it for $66k. Nobody wanted a manual. Wifey wanted a GT4.
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Old 03-17-2019, 07:32 PM
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Originally Posted by raidersfan View Post
That is pretty accurate! Certainly high 60's is a great deal for a well-optioned, low mile C2S; add $5-10k for a C4S. You can find nice C2S models in the high 50's private party with good options, but that is tough to do at a dealership.

GTS models should all be falling below $100k by now. There are plenty at $95k that have been sitting for awhile. They continue to depreciate at $5-7k a year; people that were hoping they bought the next 997 GTS are sadly mistaken. A guy I know had perhaps the most loaded GTS I had ever seen: Aerokit, perfect condition, 2,500 miles, and he had a heck of a time getting $100k for it. Most of these cars have between 10 and 20k miles and are worth quite a bit less.
Agreed on all. I've seen many 991.1 C2S models floating around for mid 60's with high 30s to 40k miles.
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Old 03-18-2019, 12:20 PM
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Originally Posted by sf997c2s View Post
After reading the thread a few times, and my own shopping for a manual 991s, I wonder if everyone can help with where they see pricing, broadly.

Here's my thinking:
$50-60K: older 991.1 base cars, normal miles in the 25-40K range. Lower options.
$60-70K: maybe this is where you start to see higher miles C2Ss, but also older 991.1. Also newer 991.1 C2 (no S). You might find 991.2 C2. Generally lower options.
$70-80K: here you find reasonably optioned 991.1 C2Ss and normal miles (say 20-40K).
$80-90K: lower miles 991.1 C2S w lot of options, low miles 991.2 C2 and higher miles 991.2 C2S
$90-100K: here I see a few GTSs (I wonder if they're any good)

Thoughts?
sounds reasonable, but private party vs dealer (and the hability to include a trade in in the latter) and CPO vs out of warranty might justify some variances
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Old 03-18-2019, 01:23 PM
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Originally Posted by smbryan View Post
2013 991S Cabriolet black/grey with 33k miles. $146k MSRP asking $75k.

Clean PPI in Socal looks hard loaded with full leather, 18-ways, sport design bumper etc.

https://www.6speedonline.com/forums/...cabriolet.html
They just lowered price to $72k OBO
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