2001 Porsche 911 Carrera GT Package

While Porsche might be the king of à la carte optioning, in the early 2000s they offered a series of packages lumping some desirable extras together. The two most commonly seen are the Technic and Comfort packages, which added things like Bose audio, power-adjustable seats, and xenon lights. But one that is rarely seen is the GT package. Basically, this gave you a turned down GT3; you got M030 suspension, Aerokit, and stainless-steel exhaust tips for a visual approximation of the higher-spec car. Today’s example takes that one step further with also GT3-specification 18″ Sport Design wheels and sport seats. It also has only 34,000 miles and yeah, the IMS was replaced. What’s left to complain about?

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Year: 2001
Model: 911 Carrera GT Package
VIN: WP0AA29921S622538
Engine: 3.4 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 33,800 mi
Location: West Chester, Pennsylvania
Price: $42,900 Buy It Now

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!!2001 PORSCHE 911 CARRERA WITH FACTORY GT PKG!!

!!IMS RETROFIT COMPLETED 10/2/2020!!

!!RARE SPEC!!

!!$85,810 ORIGINAL MSRP!!

!!Arctic Silver over Black Leather SPORT SEATS!!

!!$7,792.05 IN RECENT SERVICE HISTORY!!

!!NEW PIRELLI PZERO TIRES!!

!!GT Package…M030 Sport Suspension…3 Spoke Steering Wheel…Porsche Stability Management…Leather Sport Seats…Black Mats – Porsche Lettering…Technic Package…18in Sport Design Wheels (Painted RS Orange)…Porsche Crest in Headrest…Aluminum/Leather Shifter/Brake Handle!!

!!Fabspeed Carrera Supercup Exhaust System w/ Polished Quad Style Tips!!

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UDrive Automobiles is a family-owned, boutique car dealership located in West Chester, PA. We offer sales of hand-selected, special interest vehicles. The majority of our inventory is sourced out of the garages of private enthusiasts around the country. We look for interesting cars with low mileage, unique color combinations, high levels of equipment, and rare options. Simply put, we buy cars from enthusiasts, for enthusiasts. This RARE SPEC, 996 Coupe is no exception. We purchased this car for the first time in September of 2019. We quickly found a new home for it with a longtime collector client that purchases several vehicles per year. To say he is an enthusiast who seeks out the most unique, best of the best would be a gross understatement. During a recent call regarding a rare GTR that he was interested in acquiring a deal was made to trade this 01 996 and a Porsche Turbo S back into our dealership. We are very excited to have it back!

Service Completed on 10/2/20 at 32,127 Miles

Total Invoice $4,194.32

Replace IMS Bearing – LNE Retrofit Kit
Replace Rear Main Seal
Install 4 New Tires
Complete Oil and Filter Service
Replace Cabin Air Filter
Replace All Brake Hoses – Steel Braided
Replace Ignition Coils
Replace Spark Plugs

The 6 SPEED transmission shifts flawlessly and the 3.4L 6 cylinder engine offers ample power when called upon.

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Okay, so the rub is obviously the entry price, which admittedly is close to or at Turbo money levels. Would you get a 34k mile Turbo 6-speed with a bunch of recent maintenance and new tires for $43,000? No. And a GT3 in equivalent condition will cost you twice that amount. Yeah, I know it’s not a real GT3, and you’d be right in saying that it’s no where near as collectable. The orange wheels will probably put some people off. But hey – you want a really nice to drive and hard-to-find 911 in great condition with a manual and the heavy-lift stuff taken care of? That’s not going to come a lot cheaper, I think.

-Carter

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4 Comments

  1. James P Fuerstenberg

    that price is pretty insane for a 996 non-turbo. That money will buy you a nice 997.1

  2. Porsche fans quite often are willing to pay for having a uniquely optioned model rather than stepping up to a better chassis but with higher mileage and more common options. There are 3 important factors that could justify asking price for the right buyer 1) rare options, 2) low mileage, 3) long list of service done. IMO,the asking is high but not insane.

  3. Looks like a clown car with the orange wheels and doesn’t have the goods to back it up. Pass.

  4. If I had $43k to spend on a 911 it would be on a 996 40th anniversary, which has real performance upgrades; 345 bhp x51 power kit, locking differential and M030 suspension.

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