Thanks for visiting Porsche Valuations. We provide UK Porsche owners and potential buyers with Porsche buying price checks and agreed insurance valuations, for happier purchase negotiations, or stress-free insurance settlements with no risk of conflict of interest disputes in a claim involving dealer or mechanic valuations.
Our unique and highly respected service is underpinned by thirty years’ motor trade experience, including twenty years as a professional used car valuations specialist with a decade spent editing Glass’s Guide: the UK motor trade and financial community’s premier source of vehicle data and market valuations. We have supplied thousands of vehicle valuations and have never had a valuation rejected.
All information is treated with discretion and in the strictest confidence.
Porsche Buying Price Check with our Pre-Purchase Valuation
Whether you’re buying a Porsche for pleasure or investment, paying too much at the start will hurt future returns. Use our Porsche pre-purchase valuation and market trend service to check you are paying the right price for the right car to serve long-term investment goals.
Are you considering selling your car? Use our buying price service and talk to us in confidence to discuss part-exchange valuations or the right private sale price to get the deal done. Fill in our short online form and we’ll respond quickly once photos and payment are received. Contact us with any questions.
Do not insure your classic car on a Market Value Policy
After decades dealing with Porsche insurance claims, we do not recommend insuring classic cars on market value policies! Market value settlements cause huge stress in total loss and should not be considered.
Data gathered from eBay and other disposal sites is not a true reflection of market value, yet this data is a big part of what an insurance assessor will use when deciding what your Porsche is worth. Insurers answer to shareholders, so market value settlements rarely cover the true replacement cost. Would you be happy to settle for eBay prices in a total loss situation?
We all think this will never happen to us, but more classic Porsche cars are being stolen every year and even a small accident can force a write-off. The demoralising process of negotiating a market value settlement is just not worth the risk. Agree your Porsche insurance value from the outset with our expert independent agreed insurance valuation for minimum stress and maximum return.
Our Porsche history and Valuation Expertise
Porsche Valuations owner, John Glynn, has more than thirty years of motor trade experience, including a decade spent working as Consumer Valuations Editor with UK used car trade price bible, Glass’s Guide. A former contributor to Autocar, MSN and Top Gear, John now divides his time between valuation consultancy and working as a niche Porsche PR consultant and a regular contributor to specialist Porsche magazines (including a monthly column in GT Porsche magazine). The acknowledged used car market expert and serial Porsche blogger is also a true marque enthusiast, owning Ferdinand Porsche Magazine and the Porsche 911 forum at impactbumpers.com, which was established in 2006.
About our Porsche Insurance Valuations
We issue agreed insurance valuations for all classic and modern Porsche models including all 911 models. We are recommended by many owners clubs including impactbumpers.com and online 964 groups. We also value early pre-’73 911, impact bumper cars including 3.2 Carrera, 930 (Turbo) and more. Our signed Porsche valuations are accepted by all UK insurance companies, and our service is recommended by hundreds of satisfied customers.
Valuations are carried out online. Submit your Porsche valuation details via our secure connection, email some photos and make payment via bank transfer or Paypal. We will complete the valuation quickly and efficiently, emailing you a signed valuation certificate in return. All sent material is disposed of securely for your protection.
Contact us to discuss our full range of valuation services. All information is honoured as strictly confidential.