Current bid is $18,500, which seems strong, although the reserve isn't met. With four days left, he should take whatever he gets over the current bid.
I just noticed the "Research 1994 Porsche 968" link just under the listing title, which reveals recent transactions:
- Just sold on eBay Motors: $5,200-$16,500
- Kelley Blue Book Value: $13,200-$17,750
Has any street 968 sold in the US for over $25k recently?
I drove up to Cincinnati for an event at Porsche dealer and saw this car in person last February. It's amazing and I think if someone wants the nicest example it's worth every penny of 31k. My 95 Coupe is all original with 15k miles (I'm the original owner) and I would expect that but could never part with mine. There is so much high mileage junk out there. Few like this exist.
I know exactly how you feel about parting with a low-mileage 968 that you bought new. Also, my son (age 48) expects me to give him the car, my 968 Library and all my 968 memorabilia, when I get tired of it. That may be a while longer, I hope!
When you get to this grade interior color and top just doesn't matter to 99% of collectors/enthusiasts. PLUS Black with grey is probably the best looking I've ever seen but I'd love this car if it was purple.