When it comes to the 911 model, you can rely on my knowledge and advice. When it comes to buying a classic:
And now an example from our yard…
A dozen years ago, when buying a classic car for renovation, I was sure that the purchase would be 50% of the price that I had to pay for a fully-fledged and refurbished car… However, this was wrong thinking. This is the first mistake made by inexperienced buyers.
It must be emphasized that everything depends on what base you buy for “saving.” What is the state of the body, engine, and if it has all the complete parts, etc…. and finally WHAT FINAL EFFECT you want to achieve…
If everything is going well, maybe it will end up at 2 times the purchase, but if not… then expect an expense several times exceeding the purchase.
Therefore, if you are to buy such a car, get advice from someone who has renovated such a vehicle, has experience and can give you an advice.
We invite you to cooperation!