2000 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 Coupe

Back in January, I took a look at a GT Package 996 with very low mileage in great condition and with the IMS bearing done; in short, there was little to complain about, except for the asking price at $43,000:

2001 Porsche 911 Carrera GT Package

Well, I’m back with another 996.1; this time, is a C4 with the factory Aerokit bits in Speed Yellow. Mileage is even lower this time around, yes the IMS bearing is done, and it’s got some great BBS wheels. What does that do for the asking price? Hold on to your wallet…

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Year: 2000
Model: 911 Carrera 4 Coupe
VIN: WP0AA2993YS621795
Engine: 3.4 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 23,200 mi
Location: Miami, Florida
Price: $55,000 Buy It Now

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We are honored to present another 996 as part of the 996 revolution happening! This is a 23000 mile 996 Carrera 4 with factory Aero, Sport seats, Speed yellow belts, aluminum packages and is in incredible condition.

This Aerokit car is a time capsule of what it would be like to buy a 996 if it was a CPO car. This car has incredibly low mileage and shows no signs of ever being abused.

With full documentation since new, this car comes with a binder full of all the receipts for everything EVER done to the car. The car comes with the original window sticker, the original keys, original manuals and pamphlets, and even the original SEALED invitation letters to join PCA from the Porsche Club of America!

The car has had a major service done to make sure it is as good as a new 996 would be with its most recent service including all fluids on the car, new tires, new cam plugs, new spark plugs, new spark plug seals, new spark plug tubes, clutch release bearing, air filters, and rear main seal and most importantly a brand new LN engineering dual row IMS solution with warranty!

This is the best 996 Aerokit car on the market, hands down.

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Boy, if you thought that last one wasn’t a great deal at $40k, this one at 30% more will probably seem substantially worse. However, since I last looked at a similar car, 996.1 prices have been hitting new highs. Just recently a relatively low-spec Coupe hit $55,000 on BaT thanks to a nice color and presentation. Here we have a much splashier but more common color, sport seats, Aerokit, a bunch of X options, some very expensive BBS wheels, and similar mileage. Is it a $55k car today? I don’t think that eBay is the right spot for it, and the C4 isn’t as highly valued; but as one of our astute readers said last time around, Porsche buyers often show they’re willing to pay extra for a special car.

-Carter

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  2. We are living in crazy times right now. The recent Porsche inflation makes no sense. Who are these people willing to pay 50-100% more for regular Carreras than they were worth in 2019 or 2020. A low mile unique 996.1 is a cool car but $55k? A nice 997.1 Carrera S manual coupe has been a $45k for the past few years, but now people want to pay $70k for them. No thanks, but what a time to be a seller!

  3. To Greg’s point, what’s going on with 911s in general right now makes what happened to the air cooled market back in 2015-16 seem perfectly sane. I’m seeing dealers asking over sticker for 991.2 plain carreras with miles on them.

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