Posts Tagged with ‘porsche’

Monday, August 12, 2013

1989 Porsche 911: Stylin’ Black

1989 porsche 911It seems like we’ve been getting a ton of Porsches lately being listed up for government auctions around the country. No one’s complaining, though. This 1989 Porsche 911 is the latest one on the block and it’s a good one. At around 18K miles logged on its odometer and in great condition, there’s plenty of reasons to desire this Porsche. Did we mention it’s jet black? With the looks of a genuine racecar? More points for this Porsche.

Like many other sports cars, there’s not much interior space for you carpool your friends or family in. This is mostly a solo car, designed for the singles or the retired just looking for a quiet ride on the road, alone in the open. Just attend this upcoming live auction based in Utah to get a closer look. Be aware that despite being a 20+ year old car, this Porsche can still fetch a decent amount of money, so bring enough cash if you plan on winning.

To get more information on this vehicle, register for your free GovernmentAuctions.org trial. There are plenty of cars up for auction around the country today, and by the looks of it, this won’t be the last Porsche you see up for auction. But for now, take advantage of this opportunity.


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Monday, August 5, 2013

1990 Porsche 944S: Old Red Luxury

1990 porcheIf you’re a sucker for luxury and couldn’t care less about a car’s physical age, then this 1990 Porsche 944S is ideal. At over 20 years old, there is no way that its price is anywhere near the market value for most modern day Porsches. Of course, that’s not saying it’ll go for cheap to nothing. But at this upcoming online auction, you can certainly get a great bargain.

Repairs are necessary, as this car is getting up there in age and it does have over 75K miles logged on its odometer. But considering the amount of money you can save by participating in this auction, you can put a portion of your excess funds into restoration processes. When everything is said and done, you can still make out with an amazing deal. You have to do your research beforehand, though, as always. Go ahead of time to inspect the vehicle and figure out how much money should you shell out for it and how much money may be required for repairs.

Now, to get more information and to get started, you must register for your free GovernmentAuctions.org trial. That way, information such as when and where an auction is taking place, who’s in charge and who you can contact, all that information will be at your fingertips as soon as you have an account. Don’t wait to start; there are bargains out there that pass by before you can blink.


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