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944 valuation

Postby Tim Comeau on Fri Jan 19, 2018 10:12 am

Anybody else see this in Hemmings?

- "If you’ve ever wanted a transaxle Porsche, now is the time to buy it. We were correct on this one, though some transaxle Porsches appreciated more than others. According to NADA Guides, the 924s we sampled (a 1977 924, a 1982 924, and a 1988 924S) went up in value by an average of $817, while the 928s sampled (a 1978 928, a 1986 928S, and a 1991 928 S4) appreciated by an average of $1,517. The big winner, however, was Porsche’s 944; our sample (a 1983 944, a 1986 944, and a 1991 944 S2) went up in value by an impressive $4,308. Don’t say we didn’t warn you."

Interesting and encouraging. :wink:
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Re: 944 valuation

Postby LUCKY DAVE on Fri Jan 19, 2018 12:22 pm

I have my cars insured through Haggerty, they are agreed value policies.
In the last couple years, they have called me three times to increase the agreed values, according to their valuation tool my cars have tripled in value in that time.
The 944/951 communities are applauding the fact that these under recognized cars are FINALLY starting to follow the air cooled 911's meteoric rise in value.
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Re: 944 valuation

Postby Tim Comeau on Sat Jan 20, 2018 9:32 am

Yes, and the funny thing about them is that many are still daily drivers.
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