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2002 Porsche 911 Turbo Coupe

As popular as they may be, silver cars are rarely exciting. Transform the shade, darkening it just slightly, from silver to one of the various grays on the market and suddenly you have something that can be far more interesting. We still wouldn’t call it exciting, but it becomes much easier to appreciate. Wrap that color around a 415 hp twin-turbocharged 911 and you have yourself a bit of a sleeper, or at least as close to a sleeper as an iconic sports car can be. The 996 may never be a much loved 911, but in turbocharged form it’s undeniably a fantastic performer and that lack of love simply means that they can be had for a much lower price than their comparable brethren. Here we have a 2002 Porsche 911 Turbo Coupe, located in Oklahoma, with 51,000 miles on it.

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Year: 2002
Model: 911 Turbo
Engine: 3.6 liter twin-turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 51,000 mi
Price: $43,950 Buy It Now

Excellent condition 2002 Porsche 996 turbo, low miles at 51000, never in accident, has a clear bra that has kept the paint in perfect condition. It is a must see car. Contact Joel at 4054734778


One quick note of caution: the mileage shown on the odometer in one of the photos shows around 33K miles, meaning these photos may all be a bit outdated. While that doesn’t necessarily indicate anything of concern about the current condition of the car there is a lot that can happen over 20K miles so up-to-date pictures would be appreciated. Thus, while the condition here appears good (if in need of some cleaning) we can’t be sure without more information. Also, I’m not really sure of the exact color seen here as the seller calls it silver, and while the pictures make it lean toward the gray end of the scale the lighting is messy with things. All together the asking price is on the high end given the mileage, but it’s in a range where we can hope that with a little negotiation a good price is within reach. Still, even at this price a 996TT remains a serious performance value!



  1. Vic
    Vic February 17, 2015

    Hmmm silver boring, gray exciting…are brown and avocado soon to be on the most wanted list also?

  2. Justin Credible
    Justin Credible February 17, 2015

    Silver… least it isn’t black.

  3. Brad
    Brad February 17, 2015

    These colors are very nice together on a no-name, lowest tier rental car from Alamo. Good job, Porsche (et al), keep it up!

  4. Howard S
    Howard S February 17, 2015

    These 996 turbo’s are an amazing value in terms of performance per dollar. Can you buy this car for $45k? Thats a heck of a lot of car for that money? Where is the price going? In two years and 10k more miles whats the car worth? $38k?

  5. m491
    m491 February 17, 2015

    I have no problem with the color. But,while dreaming what I’d do last week if I won the $500 million PowerBall Lottery I had a new Porsche 991 at the top of my list. But it would be a Special Wishes department order for sure. My wife said I was crazy but I think a light metallic green (think 76 Turbo green) with the same houndstooth seats from the 991 50th anniversary car. IMHO I though the car would stand out just enough but still pay respect to Porsche heritage.

    The world needs more dreamers they say.

  6. Tony
    Tony February 17, 2015

    996TT are a bargain. For $50K you get a super car, a reliable super car at that! Buy them now before people start to notice how great a car a 996TT is, and how cheep they currently are.

  7. MDriver
    MDriver February 17, 2015


  8. Cole
    Cole February 17, 2015

    Great value for a low to mid mileage Turbo, lots of good life and value to remain. These will probably bottom approx $30-35K for poor or high mileage example. Not much depreciation left / if any / if one maintains and drives it reasonably. Now’s the time to take the plunge for those on the fence…

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