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2002 Porsche 911 Turbo

The 996 Porsche 911 Turbo market seems to have a little something for everyone. If you want a sub-$40,000 example that you can drive and enjoy, there are plenty out there. Want a super-low mileage Turbo S? $90,000 will do it. Thanks to Porsche for cranking out a ton of these, a little over 22,000 to be exact. Compare that to just 6,200 993 Turbos, so chances are the 996 Turbo will be around for a while and maybe not at crazy prices. This 2002 up for sale in Miami has a few special touches, but seems to be on the higher end of the price range. Worth it?

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Year: 2002
Model: 911 Turbo
VIN: WP0AB29982S686372
Engine: 3.6 liter twin-turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed Manual
Mileage: 50,350 mi
Location: Miami, Florida
Price: $65,000 Buy It Now


This is the highest spec 996 Turbo we have come across!

MSRP $134,700

Although it may seem like a normal blue on tan combo, it is far from basic. This particular example was a recipient of Exclusive options throughout the interior that were $11,000 in total.

Interior options include:
Gear lever in Carbon/Leather
Handbrake in Carbon/Leather
Leather cover for ignition
Side air vent in Carbon
Defroster trim in Carbon/Leather
Carbon speaker covers
Carbon center air bracket
Carbon trim strip
3 spoke steering wheel in Carbon/Leather
Carbon Instrument surround
Door panel parts in Carbon

Exterior options:
PTS/99 Color code 39V Iris Blau Metallic – $3,460

The paint shows exceptionally well considering the age of the car and the mileage with only minor marks on the hood from use, this car looks incredible!

On the inside there are no sticky surfaces, all controls for the sunroof, windows, mirrors, cruise control, and seat warmers are fully functional. The Bose sound system has zero interference or cracking in any of the speakers and the head unit screen is in excellent shape with no dead pixels or scuffing anywhere.

Recent service B performed where engine oil, brake fluid, transmission fluid, front and rear differential fluids, coolant flush, drive belts, fuel filter, air filter, new spark plugs and a 35 point inspection this car is ready for another 50,000 lovely miles.

With an excellent bill of health, this 996 Turbo is one of the most exclusive ones you can buy on the market!

The car will be sold with COA, original window sticker, owners’s manuals, two keys, Service B maintenance receipt and Carfax report.

An interesting spec on this with Iris Blue Metallic over Savanna Beige with a whole bunch of carbon fiber trim. I do enjoy the uniqueness of it, but I think the carbon clashes just a little too much on the Savanna Beige. The rest of the car looks nice enough and Iris Blue always seems to be a hit, but I’m a little unsure about the price given this one has 50,000 miles.

$65,000 is probably all the money for this one. Once you creep north of $50,000, you really need to offer low miles or have the X50 package. I personally think this one is probably $10,000 too high given all the recent comps, which there are many. Still, a fun example that probably won’t be getting any cheaper as the years go on.

– Andrew


  1. Jim Fuerstenberg
    Jim Fuerstenberg March 8, 2021

    your commments are right on point…too high for a 50k mile car. Even with the options, this one should sell for at least 10k less dollars.

  2. Jim Fuerstenberg
    Jim Fuerstenberg March 8, 2021

    i should add..that at $65k, you are edging very close to 997 turbo territory, particularly with a 50K mile car.

  3. Greg
    Greg March 8, 2021

    Agree with the comments; $65k is crazy for a 50k miles non-X50 car regardless of color. The Iris Blue is nice but I think the Savanah interior is polarizing. $50k would be absolute tops for this car. Then again the 911 Porsche market is crazy right now, so I wouldn’t be shocked to see it go for stupid money on Bring a Trailer.

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