1998 Porsche 911 Carrera S with 3,000 Miles

I’m hoping this 911 can serve as a data point on market values, but I also suspect eBay is not really the right place for these types of cars so we’ll have to see. As the title states, here we have a Glacier White 1998 Porsche 911 Carrera S, located in Florida, with a mere 3K miles on the clock. I’ve across a few ultra-low mileage examples of the 993 Carrera S and Carrera 4S and their asking prices always blow my mind. Here we have one available as a reserve auction so I’m curious where bidding will take it. As we’d expect with such a car the condition looks pretty much as new and while I wouldn’t agree with the seller that the White over Grey color combination is the “most desired,” Glacier White is a nice looking color on the 993 and certainly less common than Grand Prix White. I just wish these pictures showcased it better.

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Year: 1998
Model: 911 Carrera S
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 3,000 mi
Price: Reserve Auction

You are looking at the holy grail of air cooled Porsche’s. This is a 1 owner garage kept 1998 Porsche 993 C2S wide body car with only 3k miles in BRAND NEW condition. This stunning collector car is finished with the most desired Glacier White on Classic Grey leather hides. She was ordered with tasteful options including,
Sport Seats
MOTOR SOUND PACKAGE
18 INCH TECHNO WHEELS
WHEEL CAPS COLORED CREST
HI FI SOUND
INFA RED SECURITY SYSTEM

This car comes complete with keys, books, and original window sticker.

The ultimate collecor car that appreciates in value
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The 993 C2S will always remain one of the knockout lookers of the entire 911 line. It doesn’t possess the aggression and audacity of many other examples, especially among Porsche’s limited-production models, but the lines flow and come together to produce nearly the perfect 911 shape. At least from an aesthetic perspective. The wider rear accentuates the 993’s curves quite well and that the whole package retains the traditional rear-drive layout provides it with the typical 911 dynamics that fans have adored for so long. It really is one of the best models produced. About that price I’m so interested in: bidding currently sits at $85,655 and I would assume it will need to at least add a 1 in front of that first number to even have a shot at meeting the reserve. Given that there are only 2 days remaining on this auction it seems unlikely we’ll see that happen, but perhaps there will be a flurry of late action. Either way, the eventual selling price should be quite high. The question is how high?

-Rob

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  1. Such low mileage gives me pause. Let’s face it, it was never driven. Cars that sit get “tight” (not in a good way), Plastics get brittle, rubber cracks, lubricants dry up etc… I wouldn’t touch this car with a 10 foot pole, unless all you want to do is look at. It’s so perfect l, I’d hate to drive it.

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