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924 Martini Edition

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Old 03-24-2008, 06:00 AM
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[align=left]I just bought a 1977 924 Martini edition.
I can't seem to find any information on the car. What amount where imported into the US, and what options my car came with compared to the regular 924. how to check my vin number to be sure.
I would also like to know what my car is worth. has only 54,000 miles on it. paint is a little faided but decent int is amazing for its age!
Any information or links would be much apreciated! Thanks alot.
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Old 03-26-2008, 01:26 PM
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I don't have the numbers in front of me, but there were a fair number made. I think the major difference was the outside stripes and red seats/carpet. Value, well about $1500.00 at the moment I would say...

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How much did you pay for it?
 
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Old 03-26-2008, 02:42 PM
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I saw one for sale in Seattle while i was out there in december. I think it was a 77. I almost bought it and drove back to KS, lol.
 
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Old 03-27-2008, 02:28 AM
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ORIGINAL: cmilam

How much did you pay for it?
I paid about 2,000 for it.
It has a 1500 dollar set of dual webers and a high performance cam, borla (replica) exhaust
headers
the interior is amazing in this car, It has just over 54,000 miles!
car runs great aftermarket front and rear sway bars. brand new radial cobra tires. no leaks, and does not burn any oil. car is solid. rims are not the white ones it had same style just a faded black so I had them painted Gloss black but will powder coat them white if I end up keeping the car. I have the car listed for a little over 3,000 in craigslist.
I am hoping for a collector to want to pick it up. all it would need is a good carpet shampoo and a paint job and would be a amazing car. I am not stressed to sell it but could use the cash.

If any of you have head of "www.automotivelegends.com/" let me know.
A rep for them called me this morning wanting me to do aconsignment with them for 500 bucks up front and they would put the car in the showroom and in dupont and autotrader. or just put it up on the website for free to help boost inventory. I told her no because she would not just add 500 to selling price and do it that way. Which is how it has worked out in the past with me.
 
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Old 03-27-2008, 02:31 AM
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I don't have the numbers in front of me, but there were a fair number made. I think the major difference was the outside stripes and red seats/carpet. Value, well about $1500.00 at the moment I would say...

Brian Minson
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So far what I know is that there where only 3,000 made world wide and about 1,000 of them came to the US. I see them selling for ALOT in Europe and Aust for like 20,000 in Aust Currency.
I dont want to sell it fast so I am waiting for the right buyer. car has LOW miles on it.
 
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