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1968 Porsche 911
What is a 1968 Porsche 911 worth? If you own a classic Porsche, and want to sell the car, you want to understand how to value a classic Porsche such as the 1968 Porsche 911. Fortunately, the experts at Dusty Cars are experts in the valuation of classic vehicles, including the 1968 Porsche 911. In fact, we’re known as one of the top California buyers of not just classic cars but of classic Porsches, including the 1968 model. Of course, 1968 was a long time ago and cars age at different rates due to different use patterns, climates, and other factors. The value of your 1968 Porsche 911 will vary based on factors such as the following:
- How many miles are on your 1968 Porsche 911?
- What is the repair record, and – to the extent that you have it – the documentation of all repairs made to the vehicle?
- How many owners have there been of the vehicle?
- Has the 1968 Porsche 911 been in any accidents, and if so what was the damage (if any) to the vehicle?
- What is the exterior condition of the vehicle – i.e., paint, rust, dents, and other damage to the exterior of your Porsche 911 from 1968.
- What is the interior condition of the vehicle – i.e., interior upholstery, radio, steering, gearshift, etc.?
- What original options were implemented on the vehicle, and have any “after market” changes been made?
The market valuation of a Porsche 911 from 1968 can vary tremendously based on the factors listed above (as well as other factors). There is no single “1968 Porsche 911 price” nor one single “1968 Porsche value.” You can look for 1968 Porsche 911s for sale, but that will often be the “retail” price and those vehicles may have been repaired and upgraded. Finding out what a 1968 Porsche 911 is worth really starts with the “eyes of an expert.”
Only an evaluation by a qualified expert in Porsche makes and models can really let you know what it’s worth. In fact, our team is ready to make a cash offer on any 1968 Porsche 911, so the best step is to reach out for a free call on your vehicle. If you want to sell it fast, Dusty Cars can help you get the best price based on what your 1968 Porsche 911 is worth. Based in Northern California, we service all of California – from San Francisco to Los Angeles, San Jose to San Diego, Sacramento to Riverside as well as everywhere in between. We’re also strong in Nevada (Las Vegas, Reno), as well as Oregon (Portland) and as far north as Washington (Seattle). But really these vehicles are so incredible, we’re interesting in buying your Porsche 911 wherever you are in the United States!
1968 Porsche 911: Price and Value – Figuring Out What it is Worth
Our goal at Dusty Cars is to give you the “best price” for your 1968 Porsche 911, meaning the most reasonable price based on its condition, location, and other factors. We don’t necessarily need to “see” the vehicle in person, although our dealership is located in Pleasanton, California, and we are willing to see many vehicles that are within a 300 mile radius of our dealership. That said, we can exchange videos, photos, and other information over the Internet. In many cases, we will be willing to travel to see the vehicle if necessary. In quite a few, we can give a cash offer based on the information we have exchanged over the Internet.
If you’re interested in pursuing this further, please contact us. Have ready the mileage of the vehicle, basic facts on its condition (interior and exterior), and photos if possible of the interior or exterior. Don’t hesitate to call first as we can walk you through what we need to appraise the vehicle and give you a cash offer. It’s going to depend on those factors, but once we have them, we should be able to provide an offer. Or, if necessary figure out the next best steps.
1968 Porsche 911: Resources to Learn More
As we are sure you have probably realized, there are resources on the Internet that can help you learn more about this storied vehicle, the 1968 Porsche 911. Here are a few of our recommendations:
- Wikipedia article on the Porsche 911 – Wikipedia is a good basic overview to the Porsche.
- Excellence Magazine has specs on the 1968 911 L Coupe (911).
- Automobile Catalog for the 1968 Porsche 911 S Coupe.
- Porsche.com – official information from the vehicle manufacturer on the 1968 Porsche 911.
It’s a lot of fun to “educate yourself” on the storied history of this Porsche 911. 1968 was a “very good year” indeed. But regardless, reach out to the team at Dusty Cars for a free evaluation and offer. We offer cash prices and make it easy for you to “sell your 1968 Porsche 911” to us. Find out what it’s worth and find a classic car buyer who will buy your 1968 Porsche 911 fast and easily.
1968 Factoid: What Was “Going On” in 1968?
Here’s a historical factoid about the year, 1968:
Johnny Cash’s guitar player, Luther Perkins, died in 1968. Cash found himself at a show where the temporary replacement, Carl Perkins (no relation), couldn’t make it. An audience member asked Cash if he could fill in for the night, and he said yes. Bob Wootton then became Cash’s guitar player for the next 29 years
Olympic long jumper Bob Beamon’s first attempt exceed the limit of the official measuring equipment. It took over 15 minutes before a distance was posted, and only then did he realize he had broken the world record by nearly 2 feet.
Robert Kennedy was assassinated during the exact same week that the Rolling Stones were recording Sympathy for the Devil. The original lyrics were “I shouted out ‘Who killed Kennedy?'” but Jagger changed it to “I shouted out ‘Who killed the Kennedys?'”
Harlem Globetrotters were formed in Chicago and didn’t play a game of basketball in Harlem until 1968, forty years after they were founded.
On December 24, 1968, the crew of Apollo 8 broadcast themselves reciting the first ten verses of the book of Genesis. The founder of American Atheists sued the US government for violation of the First Amendment, but the Supreme Court dismissed the case due to lack of jurisdiction. This will have interesting ramifications as Americans go futher into space.
In Mattoon, Illinois, a small restaurant called “Burger King” won a lawsuit against the giant fast food chain of the same name because they had trademarked the name first. Today, there are no Burger Kings legally allowed within 20 miles if the Mattoon location.
Why Sell to Dusty Cars?
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