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    porsche workshop manual collection - whats the market ?

    Down sizing a bit and clearing my porsche workshop manual collection , whats the international market like for these at the moment as a single lot ?

    6 x 356 manuals
    911 65-72 vols 1 and 2
    912 supplement manuals
    911 73-82 -set
    914 -set
    carrera inc turbo - set
    carrera2 / 4 inc turbo - set
    parts manuals from 1966 on wards for 911 /912 and 914 over 14 vols
    rare working times / spec manuals plus others

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    Senior Member 911T1971's Avatar
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    $200 overall a piece. Some maybe 250, some 150.
    Plus as a single lot, multiply it and then half the total.
    It will be hard to get a buyer for the lot, bc usually workshop stuff. And they wont pay collector prices. My opinion and wishing good luck.
    Karim / Registry member No.773

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    Senior Member ejboyd5's Avatar
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    Southold, NY
    I'd like to have the whole bookcase for bragging rights, but 90+% of it would be useless to me. Great purchase for a shop servicing modern cars, however. It might be a difficult sell as a complete lot to the average Porsche fanatic who only has one or two cars.

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