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Limited Series Porsches 2004 – 2019

  Limited Series Porsches from 2004 – 2019 Average North American MSRP – Total Sales Estimates As we add more data points to the extensive P9 Registry data set we thought it would be interesting to extrapolate some additional data about Porsche’s North American sales and share it here. The first up in this blog post series were GT Series followed by the Turbo Series. Now up are Limited models. P9 Registry vehicle page data now includes model and model+body specific counts and other related statistics so we are sharing just how much these cars cost on average and how much money Porsche has generated from their sales. Although the numbers presented are for North America, they can be extended to the Rest of World, and the totals are quite remarkable. You can view the latest P9 Registry feature log at this link. The…

Monterey 2020 Live Auction Update

  Monterey During Covid RM = Ferraris Not Much Else Bonhams Effort Not Ready for Prime Time   Well Monterey car week came off without a hitch … we joke of course. The live auction houses did their thing with mixed results. And here’s to hoping that next year we are able to have something more like normal and/or that high end live auction houses will have figured out how to bring their experience into the online only streaming age. Let’s start with RM. Not a live auction and maybe that was a smart move. If you’re not ready to make it happen right then maybe it’s better to not do it at all. So they either get a B grade for not doing it or a D grade for not trying – not sure which. RM boasts about their $30m+ in gross sales…

State of the Live Auction Part 2

  Burning Down the House Nothing Risked Nothing Gained Time to Wake Up the Audience!   Did you know that people pay money to watch top gamers play video games? Conceptually that’s how far live auction house need to go. But we are far from there today. So far live auction houses going online using a traditional online platform has not been a winning strategy. Most of what has been offered and/or sold to date is low value stuff. While RM did manage to recently sell some high value Ferraris, those were outliers. And only Bonhams has stepped up their game a bit by going to a ‘live online’ auction for Monterey. On that, next up are RM’s traditional online auction for Monterey and Bonhams ‘Quail Motorcar Auction’. RM’s online affair starts August 10 ending August 14/15 – which seems anticlimactic unless there is…

Turbo Series Porsches 2007 – 2019

  Turbo Series Porsches from 2007 – 2019 Average North American MSRP – Total Sales Estimates As we add more data points to the extensive P9 Registry data set we thought it would be interesting to extrapolate some additional data about Porsche’s North American sales and share it here. The first up in this blog post series were GT cars. Now up are Turbo models (from a time when that was a different thing). P9 Registry vehicle page data now includes model and model+body specific counts and other related statistics so we are sharing just how much these cars cost on average and how much money Porsche has generated from their sales. Although the numbers presented are for North America, they can be extended to the Rest of World, and the totals are quite remarkable. You can view the latest P9 Registry feature log…

GT Series Porsches 2007 – 2019

  GT Series Porsches from 2007 – 2019 Average North American MSRP – Total Sales Estimates As we add more data points to the extensive P9 Registry data set we thought it would be interesting to extrapolate some additional data about Porsche’s North American sales and share it here. P9 Registry vehicle page data now includes model and model+body specific counts and other related statistics. So starting with the GT series cars we are providing perspective on just how much these cars cost on average and how much money Porsche has generated from their sales. Although the numbers presented are for North America, they can be extended to the Rest of World, and the totals are quite remarkable. You can view the latest P9 Registry feature log at this link. The full feature log is accessible with a P9 Premium service subscription. GT Series…

P9 Market Update June 2020

  June 2020 Porsche Market Update   Data as of June 30, 2020 Become a Free P9 Basic Members Receive Update Notices Join the P9 Registry Email List

Porsche Heritage Design Packages

  Porsche Heritage Design Packages Retro Cool or Overdone Concept? The Skinny In June 2019 Porsche discussed its strategy for limited series (numbered) ‘Heritage’ branded vehicles. Dusting off the old playbook to dress a new model with that of an iconic model was the start of the Porsche Heritage Design Strategy – a collaborative effort between Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur and “Style Porsche” design department. Now a total of four models are planned to be involved. The 991 Speedster was the first of these limited series to offer the Heritage Design option [it is not made clear that the 991 Speedster was the first of the four cited by Porsche but it is implied that it was]. Although all 911 Speedsters were numbered, the Heritage with its fixed package of design options was to be unique among them. With its own unique accompanying optional wrist…

P9 Basic 90 Market Update May 2020

  May 2020 Porsche Market Update   Rolling 90 Day Data as of May 31, 2020 – Units/Ask/Miles Rolling 90 Day Data as of April 30, 2020 – Units/Ask/Miles Rolling 90 Day Data as of May 31, 2020 – 30 Day Change Free P9 Basic Members Receive New Post Advance Notice

P9 Basic 90 Market Update April 2020

  April 2020 Porsche Market Update Rolling 90 Day Data at April 30, 2020 – Units/Prices/Miles – Delta to March 2020 Join the P9 Registry Email List … Never Miss Another Update Join Free P9 Basic Members – Receive New Blog Notices

The Last 991

  A Strange Irony A Charity Auction for COVID 19 A Secret Message Hidden in the Gumball   The Auction The end of the 991 model run was celebrated with a well documented 991 Speedster rolling off the line. Whether initially intended for auction or not, it wound up being auctioned online by RM Sothebys. The auction ended April 22 with a ‘hammer’ at $500,000 ($550,000 all-in). This was a charity auction with proceeds to benefit United Way Worldwide COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Fund. Per the listing, ‘Please note that considering current worldwide events, Porsche Cars North America’s proceeds will be donated to United Way Worldwide’s COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Fund.’ There is no mention of RM’s commission being donated – bad form if it was not 100% donated also. Finally, although this car should be targeted at a global audience, there…

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