2003 Porsche 911 Turbo Coupe with 963 Miles

This is kind of silly and I have quite a few questions, but this definitely has me intrigued. Here we have a Black on Black 2003 Porsche 911 Turbo Coupe, located in San Diego, with a completely insane 963 miles on it. Yep, fewer than 70 miles per year. Usually posts about the 996TT are about performance value. This one is not about performance value. I am very curious whether it will sell though. The asking price – $110K – is quite high, though given some of the asking prices we’ve seen for highly collectible versions of the 996TT that price actually is lower than I’d expect. I’m still not sure it will sell, but this is certainly one to keep an eye on.

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Year: 2003
Model: 911 Turbo
Engine: 3.6 liter twin-turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 963 mi
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The condition of this Turbo looks great. It’s what we’d expect from a car with such low miles and it looks basically new. The seats barely show a crease. I almost wonder if they found a way to drive it without actually sitting in the car.

About those questions I have. Setting aside the obvious question, “Why hasn’t this been driven?”, which we wonder with any ultra-low-mileage car, I also wonder why it would be put up for sale now. Sure some examples of the 996TT have shown better value, but not tremendously so and based on the sale price this one hasn’t even appreciated yet. Why not just continue to hold it? But my biggest questions surround its colors and options. This is a pretty standard Turbo. There aren’t any special options – in fact there are very few options at all – and the colors are quite standard as well. Were I planning to purchase a 911 like this one with the intention of keeping its mileage extremely low so as to increase its potential collectability, then I’d also try to take that a step or two further with a unique color or options. At the very least I’d have selected the X50 package.

So this is all quite peculiar to me. I’m sure there are reasonable answers to all of those questions. I’m not sure what they are and it could be as simple as the owner deciding its long-term upside really isn’t that significant and if he can cash out now, then that’s the best plan. Regardless, the mileage is low enough that buyers should take notice. Will they care enough to push the price over $100K? We will have to see.

-Rob

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  1. No “S”
    No X50
    No PTS

    So basically this is exactly like every other uber-low mile 6TT we see come up for sale every month, or so.

    These things pretty much grow on trees. Who cares if it’s got under 1K miles versus under 5K miles. They’re all pristine. And none of them are worth north of $75K.

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