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    1. 03-17-2017 01:00 PM #26
      Good to know my '92 VR6 is still worth something. ~186k miles and relatively stock.

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      03-17-2017 01:42 PM #27
      Quote Originally Posted by jupiters_spot View Post
      Another of theirs: 92 Corrado with 28k miles. No price yet, but given the price for the one you linked to, it's likely north of $25k.
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    3. 03-17-2017 11:57 PM #28
      I payed 1500 for a 91 g60 with 72k ****ing jewel


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      03-18-2017 12:10 AM #29
      Nice deal! I'd be very jealous, but I'm holding out for a VR6.

    5. 03-20-2017 12:04 AM #30
      be patient be picky from the guy who bought a 92.....lol, buy a 93 or better.....

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      03-20-2017 12:35 AM #31
      Quote Originally Posted by hubbell#2 View Post
      be patient be picky from the guy who bought a 92.....lol, buy a 93 or better.....
      What elements of the '93 do you wish you had? Is it the coil pack vs. distributor, or are there other things I don't know about?

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      03-20-2017 07:13 AM #32
      Quote Originally Posted by jupiters_spot View Post
      What elements of the '93 do you wish you had? Is it the coil pack vs. distributor, or are there other things I don't know about?
      If a 92 VR pops up that is really minty I would NOT pass up on it just because it has a G60 interior. It has a charm of its own IMO.
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    8. 03-20-2017 08:47 AM #33
      Quote Originally Posted by jupiters_spot View Post
      Yet another gorgeous example, a steal at only $24k
      Yeah, deal like no other considering what it sold for last summer....



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      03-20-2017 11:32 AM #34
      So its more than doubled in price? I thought the air-cooled Porsche market was nuts.

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      03-20-2017 05:38 PM #35
      I thought I got a deal at $4200, have over 15k in it now. Hopefully it will be back on the road this summer haha


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      03-20-2017 06:18 PM #36
      I am the original owner of 1992 VR6 Corrado, currently at 240K miles.
      Drive it more than 2 times a week to work.
      The car is completely stock with original engine never touched expect timing chains. And most of all, ORIGINAL FOG LIGHTS :-), not sure why it doesn't crack like everyone else.

      It takes dedication to keep it at this age and as reliable daily drive.

      Karl

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      03-20-2017 06:33 PM #37
      Quote Originally Posted by karlcchen View Post
      I am the original owner of 1992 VR6 Corrado, currently at 240K miles.
      Drive it more than 2 times a week to work.
      The car is completely stock with original engine never touched expect timing chains. And most of all, ORIGINAL FOG LIGHTS :-), not sure why it doesn't crack like everyone else.

      It takes dedication to keep it at this age and as reliable daily drive.

      Karl
      Its heat that cracks the fogs. So If you don't use them, or put blanks in you should be ok..

    13. 03-20-2017 09:30 PM #38
      Quote Originally Posted by karlcchen View Post
      I am the original owner of 1992 VR6 Corrado, currently at 240K miles.
      Drive it more than 2 times a week to work.
      The car is completely stock with original engine never touched expect timing chains. And most of all, ORIGINAL FOG LIGHTS :-), not sure why it doesn't crack like everyone else.

      It takes dedication to keep it at this age and as reliable daily drive.

      Karl
      Keep the fogs on only when its foggy and they won't crack. Problem is, most American use their fogs in all weather. I guess thinking its cool? Beats me, but it will crack the lenses on a Corrado toute suite. The glass can't deal with the interior heat and exterior cold, so they crack like when you put a hot glass in cold water.

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