The car has all the features that you should pay attention to in the 996 for good value retention:
- Extended leather interior
- GT3 steering wheel
- Center tunnel painted in body color
- silver dials
- Sport gear knob
- Sound package
Test drives are currently only possible to a limited extent because the car has only one season registration (03/11).
I bought the vehicle in October 2017 from a Hamburg sports car dealer with 137,777 km.
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Immediately before purchase, the brakes all around and the crankshaft oil seal were replaced. The original exhaust system was changed by the previous owner in favor of a Dansk sports exhaust system (without flap, with ABE). The rims are 18 ″ turbolooks in new condition with 225/265 tires.
Since then, around 14,000 well-documented seasonal kilometers have been added between March and November. We use the 911 as a third or fourth vehicle. Under my aegis, the inspection in April 2019 included spark plugs and coils, pollen and air filters, and oil changes to 10W60 in accordance with the updated Porsche Classic specifications. In addition, new engine mounts from the 964 Carrera RS were installed, which has significantly improved the driving experience.
In terms of comfort, the 911 received a Yatour module so that music can also be played on the cell phone. The connection is made via Bluetooth. The module is hidden in the center console behind the radio and could be expanded to include a hands-free system. There is also a USB and AUX connection.
This is one of the better 996 and the condition can be justifiably described as excellent. Despite the mileage, there are hardly any stone chips or scratches. The car was always in the garage, is rustproof and is only washed by hand. A spray seal (Multi-Tec Evo1 Spray & Shine) is applied after each wash. The 911 received the TÜV in November without defects.
Handover takes place with all keys and documents. The maintenance history is 100% traceable.