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I sure appreaciate this forum and the advice of Loren and other experienced members.

Does 911 Turbo designate a specific model? Sorry, I'm a bit uncertain.

Price$98,990 Get ePriceClick Here .Bodystyle2 door ConvertibleEngine3.6L H-6 cylExt. ColorGrayMileage7,468Stock NumberP10290AAVinWP0CD29948S788280.

What can you do to evaluate & Negotiate price.

Go to Autotrader or Edmonds?

Thanks for all advice.

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I sure appreaciate this forum and the advice of Loren and other experienced members.

Does 911 Turbo designate a specific model? Sorry, I'm a bit uncertain.

Price$98,990 Get ePriceClick Here .Bodystyle2 door ConvertibleEngine3.6L H-6 cylExt. ColorGrayMileage7,468Stock NumberP10290AAVinWP0CD29948S788280.

What can you do to evaluate & Negotiate price.

Go to Autotrader or Edmonds?

Thanks for all advice.

I hoped I'd get suggestions about the 08 911 turbo CAB but as I read my own post, it was not very good. I was looking for suggestions on how I can evaluate the car and decide on an equitable deal. I am an older beginner in the Porsche.

I am not familiar with this car and hoped others would comment about their experience, what they would look for.

I have driven a 2010 Cerrara 4S and liked it (not a vert). Not a turbo but very nice. Price about equal to this 08 turbo CAB.

Should I play it safe and purchase the newer car with warrante in trade off for performance and the CAB? I don't really need a CAB but see it as a bonus.

Is this garage queen a car to consider or should I look for a CPO? This car is at a Porsche dealer. I don't know if others have negotiated service or warranty rather than price.

Ideas from others appreciated.

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I sure appreaciate this forum and the advice of Loren and other experienced members.

Does 911 Turbo designate a specific model? Sorry, I'm a bit uncertain.

Price$98,990 Get ePriceClick Here .Bodystyle2 door ConvertibleEngine3.6L H-6 cylExt. ColorGrayMileage7,468Stock NumberP10290AAVinWP0CD29948S788280.

What can you do to evaluate & Negotiate price.

Go to Autotrader or Edmonds?

Thanks for all advice.

I hoped I'd get suggestions about the 08 911 turbo CAB but as I read my own post, it was not very good. I was looking for suggestions on how I can evaluate the car and decide on an equitable deal. I am an older beginner in the Porsche.

I am not familiar with this car and hoped others would comment about their experience, what they would look for.

I have driven a 2010 Cerrara 4S and liked it (not a vert). Not a turbo but very nice. Price about equal to this 08 turbo CAB.

Should I play it safe and purchase the newer car with warrante in trade off for performance and the CAB? I don't really need a CAB but see it as a bonus.

Is this garage queen a car to consider or should I look for a CPO? This car is at a Porsche dealer. I don't know if others have negotiated service or warranty rather than price.

Ideas from others appreciated.

Turbo's are kind of funny when it comes to price. You will see a similar year and mileage and a crazy variation in price.. I think that $98k for the car you mentioned is too much. How many miles are on it? It is cab though which demands a higher price. I bought a 2007 TT coupe with 38k miles with all options (including ceramic brakes) for $76,000 last year. I absolutely love my car...:clapping:

I would definetly try to get a CPO car. I have a CPO on mine and although nothing major has happened it has paid for many little things and my dealer really takes care of me..

I would shop around and look everywhere to get an idea of what an average price is for the car you want. Be patient.. There are a lot of Turbos out there and take a look at the 07's as well.

Good luck

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I sure appreaciate this forum and the advice of Loren and other experienced members.

Does 911 Turbo designate a specific model? Sorry, I'm a bit uncertain.

Price$98,990 Get ePriceClick Here .Bodystyle2 door ConvertibleEngine3.6L H-6 cylExt. ColorGrayMileage7,468Stock NumberP10290AAVinWP0CD29948S788280.

What can you do to evaluate & Negotiate price.

Go to Autotrader or Edmonds?

Thanks for all advice.

I hoped I'd get suggestions about the 08 911 turbo CAB but as I read my own post, it was not very good. I was looking for suggestions on how I can evaluate the car and decide on an equitable deal. I am an older beginner in the Porsche.

I am not familiar with this car and hoped others would comment about their experience, what they would look for.

I have driven a 2010 Cerrara 4S and liked it (not a vert). Not a turbo but very nice. Price about equal to this 08 turbo CAB.

Should I play it safe and purchase the newer car with warrante in trade off for performance and the CAB? I don't really need a CAB but see it as a bonus.

Is this garage queen a car to consider or should I look for a CPO? This car is at a Porsche dealer. I don't know if others have negotiated service or warranty rather than price.

Ideas from others appreciated.

Turbo's are kind of funny when it comes to price. You will see a similar year and mileage and a crazy variation in price.. I think that $98k for the car you mentioned is too much. How many miles are on it? It is cab though which demands a higher price. I bought a 2007 TT coupe with 38k miles with all options (including ceramic brakes) for $76,000 last year. I absolutely love my car...:clapping:

I would definetly try to get a CPO car. I have a CPO on mine and although nothing major has happened it has paid for many little things and my dealer really takes care of me..

I would shop around and look everywhere to get an idea of what an average price is for the car you want. Be patient.. There are a lot of Turbos out there and take a look at the 07's as well.

Good luck

This car has ~8,000 miles, with red brakes not the yellow ceramic brakes.

Great to hear you love your car. Yes, I will wait for the right one.

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