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    Charlie's 2008 Porsche 997 turbo

    Quote Originally Posted by JPMo View Post
    HREs look great! I've been casually watching the market on 997 Turbos for my next purchase in 3 years and it looks like they're going up in value.

    Its either going to be E93 M3 or 997 Turbo but at about $70-80k, an M3 sounds better. For now...
    I got my 997.1 turbo at the right time to get them. Finding one just like mine at 35k miles now will cost you somewhere in the $80k range. Yes, pricing for these cars are on their way up and I won’t be surprised by the time you are ready you won’t find good low mileage examples for less than $90k.

    I plan to enjoy mine and will be putting miles on it


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    Quote Originally Posted by cakM3 View Post
    I got my 997.1 turbo at the right time to get them. Finding one just like mine at 35k miles now will cost you somewhere in the $80k range. Yes, pricing for these cars are on their way up and I won’t be surprised by the time you are ready you won’t find good low mileage examples for less than $90k.

    I plan to enjoy mine and will be putting miles on it


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    I just hope E92 M3s aren't about to take off too

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPMo View Post
    I just hope E92 M3s aren't about to take off too
    You said E93 the first time, so not sure which of the following applies more to you, but...

    They only made half as many E93s as they did E46 M3 verts, and made 16k fewer E92s than they made E46 M3 coupes. I expect E90 prices to take off first, since they made less than 10k sedans total.

    Sorry to go off-topic, Charlie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 704sw View Post
    You said E93 the first time, so not sure which of the following applies more to you, but...

    They only made half as many E93s as they did E46 M3 verts, and made 16k fewer E92s than they made E46 M3 coupes. I expect E90 prices to take off first, since they made less than 10k sedans total.

    Sorry to go off-topic, Charlie.
    yeah I meant E92. no verts for me but thanks for the info

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPMo View Post
    I just hope E92 M3s aren't about to take off too
    Don't worry, M3's do nothing but depreciate 'till they're about 20 years old.
    E36 M3's just started appreciating and they're 20 years at their youngest at this point. Even E30 M3's were dirt cheap until they were about 20-25 years old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by az3579 View Post
    Don't worry, M3's do nothing but depreciate 'till they're about 20 years old.
    E36 M3's just started appreciating and they're 20 years at their youngest at this point. Even E30 M3's were dirt cheap until they were about 20-25 years old.
    We’re talking about pristine low mileage examples... cars with high mileage (>100k) won’t command high value.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cakM3 View Post
    We’re talking about pristine low mileage examples... cars with high mileage (>100k) won’t command high value.


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    Every M3 depreciates, Charlie... even the pristine ones. Maybe not at the same rate, but they do.
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    Charlie's 2008 Porsche 997 turbo

    Quote Originally Posted by az3579 View Post
    Every M3 depreciates, Charlie... even the pristine ones. Maybe not at the same rate, but they do.
    Oh.... the “special ones” don’t thanks to EAG!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by cakM3 View Post
    Oh.... the “special ones” don’t thanks to EAG!!


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    People need to stop considering EAG's idiotic pricing as "value". They're not worth that, period.

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