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Not an 82 but an 86. A true flat nosed 930 Turbo, a widow maker. One problem, aftermarket bits will knock money off the price. Collectors want OEM, not aftermarket body parts and mufflers. This might be why it wasn't selling.

Are those BBS wheels OEM? Here is 86 930 Flatnose Turbo up at Sotheby. Notice the Fuchs wheels. Hmm. 1986 Porsche 911 Turbo 'Flat Nose' | Paris 2017 | RM Sotheby's Lot 130 sold for 130K Euros in Feb. Roughly the same mileage. Because of the aftermarket parts and I wonder about the wheels, I guess .... $110K or won't make reserve. Barrett-Jackson Auction Live Stream
 

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Not an 82 but an 86. A true flat nosed 930 Turbo, a widow maker. One problem, aftermarket bits will knock money off the price. Collectors want OEM, not aftermarket body parts and mufflers. This might be why it wasn't selling.

Are those BBS wheels OEM? Here is 86 930 Flatnose Turbo up at Sotheby. Notice the Fuchs wheels. Hmm. 1986 Porsche 911 Turbo 'Flat Nose' | Paris 2017 | RM Sotheby's Lot 130 sold for 130K Euros in Feb. Roughly the same mileage. Because of the aftermarket parts and I wonder about the wheels, I guess .... $110K or won't make reserve. Barrett-Jackson Auction Live Stream
Yes, the title was my typing error, it is indeed a 1986. As for the wheels, tried to see if those came with the original car but don't know.
 

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This was my dream car growing up in the 1980s. Wow!

My C4 on order is faster but doesn't look as good. I love the fender flares and the whale tail of the 930. I prefer the traditional 911 front though......although the 935 looks pretty good too.
 
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This is still my dream car!
 
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$155,100. BJ takes ~18% although not sure the sequences (seller then buyer). Seller getting about $127,200. Above my $110K estimate. No where near $200,000 at a dealer. I still think the aftermarket bits hurt.
 
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