What Does the Average Porsche Classic Cost?
Here at Porsche of Colorado Springs, we carry a variety of Porsche Classic models in our inventory every day. We often carry Porsche models that range from the 60s or earlier through the early 2000s in our online Porsche Classic inventory.
Many times when shoppers first start their search for a Porsche Classic model, they often wonder what the average Porsche Classic costs, where they can find a Porsche Classic, and how much they can expect their ownership to cost. This Porsche Classic buying guide from Porsche of Colorado Springs is here to help you through every step of the Porsche Classic buying process.
What is a Porsche Classic?
In order for a Porsche model to be classified as a Porsche Classic, the vehicle must have not been produced in a series for at least 10 years. Many Porsche models have joined this class of elite sports cars, including the 356, 911, 914, 924, 928, 959, and more.
With classic models comes the need for classic genuine parts. Porsche of Colorado Springs is a proud Porsche Classic Partner, meaning our team is certified to provide your Porsche Classic model with the best service possible.
How Much are Porsche Classic Models?
When it comes to collector vehicles, many shoppers want to know what the cost will be before getting their heart set on their dream vehicle. We often get questions such as “Are Porsche prices dropping?” and “Why are air-cooled Porsches so expensive?” and the answers to those questions can be tricky.
For some Porsche Classic models, their prices are dropping, while for others their prices are rising. The pricing for Porsche Classic models fluctuates for a number of reasons and every Porsche Classic will have its own average price point. Some of the rarest limited-run Porsche models hit the market with price tags as high as $850,000, while other fan-favorites are available for prices around $30,000 to $40,000.
Here at Porsche of Colorado Springs, you can find Porsche Classic models for as low as $36,590 for a 2002 Porsche Boxster S or as high as $321,965 for a 1965 Porsche 911 coupe.
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Buying a Porsche Classic in Colorado Springs
If you are ready to take the leap into buying a Porsche Classic model, come visit us here at Porsche of Colorado Springs. Our Porsche Classic Program is full of dream-worthy Porsche Classic models and our team of experts is here to help you find your perfect Porsche. Contact a member of our team with any questions about our Porsche models or the Porsche Classic Program.