This 2004 Porsche 911 Carrera 40th Anniversary Edition (VIN WP0AA29974S622118) has a claimed 35,695 miles and is finished in special “GT Silver” (as used on the GT2) over “Natural Gray” leather upholstery and trim. No sign of the luggage and no information regarding any IMS/RMS work. Find this one offered here on CarGurus in Arlington, TX for $33,990.
This 2001 Porsche 911 Carrera (VIN WP0AA29901S620447) has a claimed 60,125 miles and is finished in Orient Red Metallic over black leather. The seller states, “1 Owner Car (TX-OR)”. No mention of any IMS/RMS work done with this one. Find this one offered here on Craigslist in Beaverton, Oregon for $19,900.
This 1999 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 (VIN NOT AVAILABLE) has a claimed 52,300 miles on the clock and is finished in “Guards Red”over Savannah Beige leather. The seller states, “As to the IMS crap, and it is crap, kind of like Timing belts on my Ferrari”. Find this one offered here on here on Craigslist in Frisco, Texas for $19,900.
12/22/18 UPDATE: Gone. I can almost guarantee you this will be flipped on another “boutique <eyeroll> dealers” site next week for $65K.
This 2002 Porsche 911 Turbo (VIN WP0AB29942S685266) has a claimed 11,327 miles and is finished in Slate Grey Metallic over Black full leather. The seller states, “Included with the sale are both keys, original owner’s manual, and window sticker.” Remember, no IMS/RMS work needed with the Turbos as they lack the IMS bearing design. Find this one offered here on CarGurus in La Crescent, Minnesota for $54,850.
12/22/18 UPDATE: Gone
This 1999 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 (VIN WP0AA2993XS627000) has a claimed 60,200 miles on the clock and is finished in “Guards Red”. The seller states, “Never been wrecked, clean Carfax car in excellent condition and ready to play with”. Find this one offered here on here on Craigslist in Scottsdale, Arizona for $20,900.
12/07/2018 UPDATE: Gone
11/17/2018 UPDATE: Price chop $8900
This 1999 Porsche 911 Carrera (VIN WP0AA2997XS620969) has a claimed 106,000 miles on the clock and is finished in Arctic Silver over Black leather. Seller states, “Only selling because I own 5 other cars which is several too many to keep clean and maintained”. Find this one offered here at Autotrader in North Las Vegas, Nevada for $11,500.
“Right now you can get a 911 for the price of a brand new, very nippy, small hatch. A flat-six-engined, 300bhp-plus, great-handling, loads-of-life-left, unfeasibly practical, bona fide Porsche 911 – for the cost of, say, a Vauxhall Corsa VXR. The catch? It’s the 996 model, the one lots of people ignore because it’s not a ‘proper’ 911; because it’s not air-cooled; because it shares too much with the Boxster including those funny headlights; or because it’s got an engine that will blow up.
Well, guess what. There is no catch. Googly headlamps apart, the Porsche 996 is a darned good 911. “
“I got a Porsche for a few reasons. One being (excited scream) I’ve always wanted one! I mean, come on! I had a Lamborghini poster on my wall only because they didn’t sell a Porsche 911 poster. In video games, I skipped the Ferrari’s and selected the German masterpiece that is the 911.”…