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View Poll Results: What is a Fair Market Price?
<$28K 5 50.00%
<$35K 4 40.00%
<$39K 1 10.00%
>$40K 0 0%
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Old 06-28-2019, 06:13 PM
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I'm looking to sell my '82 911SC, and I need to figure out what I should be asking as my sale price. Is $28K too low? Would $39K be too high? Here are the details:

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Platinum coupe with sport seats, and 8x16 Fuchs on all four wheels. Just passed California Emissions inspection.
Less than 13.5K miles on rebuilt engine (done at 228,651 miles) with new, matching pistons & cylinders in 2012 by Clewett Engineering.
Clutch rebuilt and chain tensioners replaced at the same time.
Recent major replacement parts include fuel injectors; catalytic converter; airbox; plug wires; and the ignition coil. Full maintenance records available.
Oil, filter, plugs and valve adjustment completed in January 2019.
Other replaced components:
• Bilstein Sport Shocks (8/2002, 204K)
• Turbo tie-rods
• CV joints (9/2001, 199K)
• Ball joints (8/2002, 204K)
• Cross drilled brake rotors (11/2005, 214K)
• Transmission Fluid change, Swepco 80w90 (1/2010, 227K)
• Rebuilt distributor (3/2015, 232K)
• Beru plug wires (3/2015, 234K)
• Bosch Battery (2/2018, 239K)
Currently 243K road miles. Yes, sadly I believe there was at a front end accident by the first owner (I’m the 3rd owner), and another driver-side bumper accident by me at low speed in 2002.

Car is located in Redondo Beach, CA.
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Old 06-28-2019, 06:36 PM
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Wow that’s a long way from DC :P

I’d say the CA market adds a good % to the asking price. Karl would probably have the most recent knowledge of different p car pricing.
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Old 06-28-2019, 06:59 PM
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Yes, I was a member of Potomac from 2001-2007. I'm using the sale proceeds to pay for a 2016 CPO Cayman that I'm picking up on Sunday. I find that it is getting tough for me to do the maintenance on the SC; my wife can't drive a stick; and I want A/C. I tried forever to get the SC A/C working, but the lines probably have to be replaced.
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Old 06-28-2019, 07:21 PM
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i would say 28 is closer to the mark than 39, with that many miles and an accident. Unfortunately, SCs are still cheaper than the rest, even for pristine ones. BRingatrailer goes crazy on old 911s but look at SC sales.

I’m not an expert though, I’ve just been watching the market for several years as I dip my toes in and out (and get ready to dip in again). The Marketplace discussion forum on pelican could give you a better answer, and may find you a buyer. I bought two cars that way, from people enquiring about value.
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