The 996 offered here comes from model year 2000 and was first registered for road traffic on July 1, 2000. The Porsche with the VIN WP0ZZZ99Z1S680106 was first registered in Germany, so it is not an import vehicle. According to the vehicle registration document (or registration certificate Part II), there are only two previous owners, but nothing is known about them. The Swabian arrow with two keys has TÜV until July 2022, but no H mark. The sporty man from Stuttgart is far too young for that. There is also no report, but the matching numbers provide information about the originality of the units.
The owner describes the car as accident-free, but the vehicle has been repainted all around in the original "jungle green metallic" (manufacturer color code 2A1). Therefore, there can be no question of external defects, let alone changes or handicraft orgies. As the pictures impressively show.
This 996 rolls on the original Porsche rims, the condition of tires, brakes, chassis and underbody can be classified as good. This is what the owner and the extensive picture collection assure. Defects or changes of any kind are not known.
The interior is also neat and clean. It starts with the entrances, bare and clean door sills, rustproof A and B pillars make a good first impression. And so it goes on inside. The leather upholstery is undamaged, and here too the pictures confirm the well-groomed overall impression. As usual at Porsche, the equipment can be described as extensive. Sunroof, power steering, central door locking, electric windows, heated seats, air conditioning, ABS, cruise control and a radio with CD changer round off the feeling of living inside. However, the electrics of the fully electrified driver's seat have no function.
The instruments do their job without complaint, the odometer reading reports 74,876 kilometers covered. Which is proven by the complete and complete maintenance booklet
A 3,600 cm³ turbo-charged boxer engine rioted under the rear bonnet, distributing its displacement over six pots. The unit develops an output of 309 kW, which corresponds to an impressive 420 hp. With the standard six-speed gearbox, the lively Swabian manages a sensational 305 km / h. All four wheels are driven. A service is made to the Porsche after the sale. The new owner doesn't have to do anything else with the exciting sports car. Just sit in and accelerate.