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Where the best place to sell a restored 1980s Porsche?

I am reluctantly selling my 1988 Porsche 924S following a restoration including rebuilt engine, new clutch, brakes and shocks. The front seats have been reduced-covered. There is minimal rust since the body is galvanised. Where is the best place to advertise it?

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More is always more, especially in January. Try traditional print outlets like Classic Car Weekly and Classic Car Buyer, as well as online sites such as ours, Classic Cars for Sale and Car and Classic. Let the club know as well as they often carry classifieds listings in their mag. You could also list it with an auction house - this reduces the amount of hassle, but you'll also have to pay a fee.
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