This 2004 911 40th Anniversary was sold new in California and was purchased by the second and current owner in April 2009 before moving to Georgia in 2018. The selling dealer has added approximately 5 miles since taking possession in November 2021. Service records dating from 2008 will be provided. Like most 40th Anniversary edition 911s, this one was well equipped and had an original MSRP of $94,870. The vehicle is considered highly original and comes with the matching luggage set that is all-too-often lost during ownership transitions.
By 2004 the 996-chassis 911 had established itself as a solid successor to earlier generations. Porsche released the 40th Anniversary (aka 40 Jahre) edition in 2004 to celebrate 40 years of the 911 in the US. To note its special status, each car carries a numbered dash plaque. Exterior changes over the standard 911 include a 911 Turbo-inspired front bumper, GT3 side-skirts, polished 18-inch Carrera II wheels, and GT Silver Metallic paint borrowed from the Carrera GT supercar. Mechanical upgrades include Porsche’s M030 suspension, the X51 Powerkit factory-rated at 345 horsepower, and a standard limited-slip-differential.
Every 40th Anniversary edition came with the X51 Powerkit and M030 suspension as described below.
This particular 911 40th Anniversary had an original MSRP of $94,870. Below are some of the decoded options.
Servicing & Documentation
Per the seller, the following imperfections are noted:
Dent on engine cover
Wear on driver’s front seat
Two-piece factory matching luggage set
Factory owner’s manuals
One master key
Battery trickle charger system
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