Porsche 911 Buyers Guide Learn how to Inspect a 911 Carrera 3.2, 964, 993, 996.
Are you confident that you know all you need to before you buy a used Porsche 911 Carrera, 964, 993, 996 or Boxster?
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This one could be a rebuilt wreck or hiding serious problems.
I cover the buying of a used Porsche comprehensively, from the first phone call through the inspection, test driving, history and negotiation…all from my own actual real life Porsche dealing experience.
Plenty of Porsche, all ages and values, get damaged, repaired and resold.
Know the right questions to ask and things to check.
The 911 Secrets Buyers Guide will explain the many things buyers should check, but often don’t, the common faults, the tests, checks and the right questions to ask – essential information you need when you go to buy a used Porsche .
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Easy to follow information with practical, concise, current and comprehensive advice and no padding. Over 35 pages plus detailed pictures showing you exactly what to look for, where to look, the common faults, what to test, how to test it and what questions to ask.
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Everyday, someone crashes, totals, ruins or steals a Porsche, but every day they get repaired…and resold to ordinary buyers. Most 911 will look good, but can be hiding problems that could cost you $1000’s………and some are hiding things that you can never put right.
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All too often I see people buying the wrong Porsche 911 from the wrong people with the wrong information – its essential to get it right. My Porsche buyers guides teach you the same easy Step by step process that I have employed to find the lovely, genuine used Porsche.
This Porsche 911 Buyers Guide is full of easy to follow information, with practical, concise, current and comprehensive advice… and no padding. Over 40 pages plus detailed pictures showing you exactly what to look for, where to look, the common faults, what to test, how to test it and the questions to ask.
Why learn the hard way?
You will learn;
The key questions to ask the seller and the correct answers.
The common faults for that model.
Where and what to check and test.
How to be confident that the car you are buying is genuine.
Where to look for hidden accident damage or repairs.
How to spot forged/falsified documents.
How to make a worthwhile test drive.
How you can make a detailed inspection.
Guarantees/Warranties? what they really offer.
How you can get a better deal.
Negotiate from a stronger position.
Easy fixes and tips.
and much more too..
Is the guide worth the money? For under $35 (less than ?20) it may save you buying a lemon and getting conned out of thousands. If it saves you from having a no hoper inspected….or saves one wasted journey to look at an inaccurately described 911 it is money well invested.
What is in the guide? The manual contains the tips and techniques that I have learnt from actually buying 100’s of Porsche year in, year out, not just theory….practical, real life tips that you can easily apply. Each 911 guide is different, all models have their quirks and weaknesses.
Why not get a professional inspection? Before arranging a professional inspection you will need to identify the right Porsche, otherwise you can waste hundreds. Using the guide means you don’t have to totally rely on the inspection.
Buying a Porsche from someone you trust…is great, but everyone can make a mistake….so it still pays to know what you are doing, even if only to confirm your judgement of the person with the Porsche 911 for sale.
Magazine buyers guides are unlikely to cover the subject in detail and are often compiled from various different sources. I have seen some pretty dodgy advice written.
Worldwide. The principles and information are relevant wherever you are looking for a 911. I have customers successfully using the guide all over the World.
Immediate. The various 911 buyers guides are for download on the web to a pc as an electronic book, this means the pictures can be much more detailed and you can get the information almost immediately. 15 mins on a slow modem. Once on your P.C. you can view at will and print as much of the information you like. No waiting for the mail (it’s not a hard book).
Guarantee: If the guide is not what we say it is and you are not completely satisfied that the information contained is not worth the price, than your money will be refunded no questions asked.
MAC users: Note this guide is suitable for a PC, not a MAC
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Porsche 911 Buyers Guide for 3.2 Carrera and Turbo 3.3. Porsche 911 Turbo 3.3, Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 Coupe, Targa, Convertible, Works Turbo Look, Supersport, model years 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989.
You can find these older Porsche 911 in the most remarkably good condition. Very well built, you will need a little patience and knowledge to sort the good from the bad, but the result will be worth it.
Porsche 911 Buyers Guide for 911 964 of 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 & 1994. Inc Carrera 4, 2, Coupe, Convertible, Targa, Speedster, Tiptronic, Turbo 3.3, both left hand and right hand drive.
The 964 series was a big leap forward for Porsche, the result a more refined and sophisticated 911 than previous. Good cars if you find the right one, it’s very important that you know what you are looking at.
Porsche 911 Buyers Guide for 993 of 1994 to ’98. Including the Carrera 2, 4, Coupe, Targa and convertible, C4S, C2S.
The 993 is the last of the air cool Porsche that has become a modern classic. 993 are generally very strong cars but its important to know what you are really buying and make sure it is genuine. The effort is worth it, a good 993 is superb.
Porsche 911 Buyers Guide for 996 of 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003. Covering both 2 and 4 wheel drive, coupe, Targa and convertible, plus C4S and Turbo models.
Generally strong, the 996 does have its weaknesses that you should check for.Irrespective whether you are buying privately or from an Official Porsche Centre it pays to know what you should look for and know the car is genuine. Its a lot of money if you get it wrong.
Porsche Boxster Buyers Guide. For Boxster 2.5, 2.7 and 3.2S. 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004.