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2002 Porsche 911 Turbo

Continuing on my run of interesting 996 Porsche 911 Turbo cars, I came across a very nice example up for sale in New York finished in Carrara White. Not only is it in a desirable color in my eyes, but of course it has a bunch of extra goodies like the aero kit, sport seats, matching center console and gauges, and the always desirable X50 powerkit. However, there is one big problem for some. The same problem as the Miami Blue 997 I looked out last week.

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 2002 Porsche 911 Turbo on eBay

Year: 2002
Model: 911 Turbo
VIN: WP0AB29902S686933
Engine: 3.6 liter twin-turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed automatic
Mileage: 30,800 mi
Location: Staten Island, New York
Price: $59,950 Buy It Now

One of a kind White X50 911 Turbo with factory Aero Kit and Sport seats, this car is dripping in options with a build sheet over $160k. All original paint and fully serviced, car needs nothing. Call with any questions 917-282-3896

Yes, this car is Tiptronic. What might of been a holy grail 996 Turbo for some is spoiled once again by a slushy 5-speed automatic gearbox and no real way to fix that. If you don’t mind the autobox, then this one might be a home run for you. This car carried a sticker price of over a $160,000 back in 2002, which was not cheap at all compared to the rest of the 996 Turbos that were selling along side it. The deviated white stitching is something I rarely see, and looking at the spec sheet, it looks like this was a custom order car that the person checked almost every box on.

Just under $60,000 is the asking price, which is steep for a Tiptronic car. North of $50,000 buys you a ton of very nice 996 Turbos with 6-speed gearbox, so you basically have to be in love with this spec to pony up 60 large. It is hard to argue that this isn’t worth a premium given the spec, but that gearbox is just the elephant in the room.

– Andrew


  1. Tim in N FL
    Tim in N FL January 18, 2020

    The ONLY thing I dislike about this one is the TipTragic slush box. Otherwise perfect spec 996tt for me.

  2. leo
    leo January 18, 2020

    if this were a manual id probably would be priced north of 70k, this car is incredible!

  3. michael blechman
    michael blechman January 20, 2020

    i thought i commented on this car but there seems too have been an error in the 1st amendment today…

  4. Juan Reyes-Abreu
    Juan Reyes-Abreu January 21, 2020

    Really in love with that spec. I think the 996 Turbo or C4S look best with the Aerokit installed. It sucks that this is one of those cars that are specced well, but are unfortunately Tiptronic. Also, I should point out that white is not a colour that is commonly seen on these cars, so that’s a big plus.

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