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2002 Porsche 911 Turbo Coupe

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The market for the 996TT seems to be waking up some. Or at least sellers seem to be putting their cars up for sale more frequently and while prices aren’t shooting up they certainly seem on the rise. I’ve come across a decent number of X50-equipped Turbos, and even a few of the (very similar) final year Turbo S Coupes. This Seal Grey 2002 Porsche 911 Turbo Coupe is neither of those, but it sits with pretty low mileage and overall looks in nice shape. The interior even comes in a unique Metropolitan Dark Blue leather, which provides a nice contrast (and nice change of pace) to the exterior.

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Year: 2002
Model: 911 Turbo
Engine: 3.6 liter twin-turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 17,125 mi
Price: $52,900 Buy It Now

2002 PORSCHE 911 3.6 TWIN-TURBO 415hp
SIX-SPEED TRANSMISSION
SEAL GREY METALLIC PAINT
METROPOLITAN DARK BLUE FULL LEATHER
WOOD SPORT STEERING WHEEL
AM/FM RADIO WITH CD
WHEEL CAPS WITH COLORED CREST
SOFT RUFFLED LEATHER SEATS
DUAL LUMBAR SEATS WITH HEAT
ALUMINUM DIALS
ORIGINAL MSRP 120,345.00
2 OWNER WELL MAINTAINED
2 KEYS AND BOOKS
PORSCHE CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY
ONLY 17100 MILES
ALWAYS STORED IN CLIMATE CONTROLED GARAGE
STILL LOOKS NEW
WILL CONSIDER QUALITY TRADES UP OR DOWN
PLEASE CALL 239-707-4416
CAR CAN BE SEEN IN MIAMI OR FT MYERS

Even without the X50 package these Turbos remain the performance bargains of the marketplace. We’ve wondered how long that not so hidden secret could remain, but even with higher prices the value is still there. Other than what we see in the pictures we have little to evaluate this Turbo. It hasn’t had a long history so hopefully everything is in order, but with such cars it is always nice to have verification that its seen proper care. With the exception of the wood steering wheel I like the overall look. It’s no Signal Green Turbo S, but it also comes with half the asking price of that S. And really, it’s probably even priced a little high and could likely be had for under $50K. That’s not bad at all. For blending in – or at least as much as any 911 Turbo will blend in – this one will do the trick nicely. And when you want to open things up and feel that power it’ll be ready to surprise just about anyone.

-Rob