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2020 Porsche 911 Market Snapshot
A 1976 934 and a 1987 959 Both Top $1 Million at Auction
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According to data from CLASSIC.COM, prices for the classic Porsche 911 were up 9.8% in 2020 from the previous year. The 1984 to 1989 Carrera 3.2 was the biggest variant sold at $8.1 million, with an average selling price of $59,467.
Overall sales volume for all variants in the Porsche 911 market was $104.5 million with an average selling price of $73,097.
Two sold for over $1 million. A 1976 Porsche 934 race car crossed the block for $1.38 million at Gooding & Co, and a 1987 Porsche 959 Komfort sold for $1.05 million at RM Sotheby's.
The 1976 Porsche 934 sold at Gooding & Co was the first production 934 and one of only 31 made. It was campaigned in Europe by Kannacher GT Racing and Kremer Racing. The car took 3rd in class at the 1979 24:Hours of Le Mans.
Considered Porche's first supercar, the 1987 Porsche 959 sold by RM Sotheby's is 1 of just 337 produced, and one of a handful of California-legal 959s. The car was imported to the United States and found its way to a Southern California collector who upgraded it at Canepa Design, the world-renowned 959 specialists.
This 1976 934 spits flames and sounds epic as it runs a test session at the 2015 Monza Historic race weekend.
Learn all things Porsche 959 as Jay Leno lays out the technology engineered into this classic homologation car many of us had pinned up to our bedroom wall.