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2003 Porsche 911 Turbo

With all of the attention lavished upon the ever-escalating market for air-cooled Porsches, performance values do remain on the market and there are still plenty of buyers looking for their next toy rather than their next investment. It is almost always the case that the easiest place to start for a performance bargain is the 996 Turbo. To be clear, these are not necessarily cheap cars; you aren’t finding a good one for $15K. But, with more than 400 hp being delivered to all four wheels via a 6-speed transmission, the overall performance capabilities of the 996 Turbo are very difficult to beat in terms of bang for your buck. For ultimate performance, buyers should look for one with the factory X50 package, but even a non-X50-equipped Turbo is still very quick. The example featured here is a Seal Gray 2003 Porsche 911 Turbo, located in Connecticut, with 46,510 miles on the clock.

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Year: 2003
Model: 911 Turbo
Engine: 3.6 liter twin-turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 46,510 mi
Price: Reserve Auction

Daily driver for the past 4 years.
Phenomenal condition. Does not look or drive like an 11 year old car.

Best color combination: Seal Gray w/ Full Black Leather Interior

All services are up to date. Car needs nothing… just ready for the next owner.

Options include:
Xenon Lights
Bose Sound System
Single Disc In-Dash CD
Full Leather Interior (Black)
Clear 3M bra on full hood
Integrated K40 radar
Tire & Wheel Road Hazard Protection
Winter Tire & Wheel Set


I wouldn’t agree with the seller that this is the best color combination for a 911, but it’s certainly a good one. Subtle, but still with some deviation away from a standard Gray or Silver. For an 11-year-old Turbo the mileage here is actually somewhat higher than many of the cars we see, though it’s still quite reasonable and should have plenty of life left on it. The 996 Turbos didn’t suffer from many of the engine issues that plagued the standard 996 Carrera, but a Turbo is a high-stress engine in any form so care must be taken when choosing one. Still, for your money, these will knock your socks off!



  1. carlos alamos
    carlos alamos April 30, 2014

    Love the fact it comes with winter wheels and tires.

  2. Ed
    Ed April 30, 2014

    My BIL had an X50 996TT and I can still remember how it could rearrange your perception of what a fast car could be. It would glue you to the seats on acceleration, nearly pull your eyeballs out of their sockets when braking and could putt along all day long with ice cold AC behaving like a regular commuter car. All this while being 100% reliable. Truly a magnificent car.

  3. MDriver
    MDriver May 1, 2014

    these are without a doubt the most under appreciated 911’s.
    the P-Car community poo-poo’d these because they marked the end of the air-cooled cars.
    as mentioned the X-50 package and nothing else added keep these cars relevant today in terms of performance….
    they are great as DD’s or Track monsters…..while I really want to add a 964 Turbo to my garage…I may have to consider the 996 TT as they are priced at a point too good to stay that way..
    as far as this car…it is in my backyard….no mention of service records and with 3 owners I’d like to be sure it was driven hard but taken care of at the same time

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