Younger enthusiasts are recognising the 924 for what it is – a fine-handling and easy-to-own slice of Seventies chic – waking up a long-dormant market for them. So far that’s had a greater impact on the number of cars finding buyers via the classifieds than it has on prices, so you can still find great examples for £2250-£3000.
So if you thought that a 924 would always hang around at a low price, waiting for you to get around to buying one, you might want to make your move sooner rather than later.
Buying advice and market analysis is part of 18 pages of buying information in every issue of Classic Cars magazine, including Quentin Willson’s Smart Buys, Russ Smith’s Market Watch, in-depth buying guides and Ads on Test.
Editor, Classic Cars magazine
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