Santa is here and he drives 2003 Porsche 911 Turbo painted in Guards Red. Okay, maybe not. But if he did, I think he’d go classy with a Savannah Beige full leather interior with dark burl wood accents, and of course, the navigation system as well. Wouldn’t you know it, that is what we have today. This 996 Turbo up for sale in Maryland is finished is said spec and the best part, just has 11,000 miles on it. Basically a brand new car and certainly looks the part. Naturally this won’t come cheap, but I’m really surprised at what the ask is on this one.
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Model: 911 Turbo
Engine: 3.6 liter twin-turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 10,836 mi
Location: Gaithersburg, Maryland
Price: $69,000 Buy It Now
2003 Porsche 911 Turbo.
All original example with only 10k miles.
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The 996 Turbo seems to be finally having it’s day. I think there are more than enough people out there that really actually enjoy the look of these cars and gone are the days of them being the black sheep of the 911 family. This one seems to be one of the best examples out there right now if you are into the Savannah Beige with wood, and honestly I don’t mind it at all. Black is always fine with me, but I think the like-new condition is winning me over with this one.
Now for the price. This has an asking price of $69,000 which might make you jump a little, but lets look at a very comparable car that just sold two weeks ago for $64,000 plus another $3,200 for the 5% buyers fee. The only difference with that car was a few thousand miles less, a black interior, and different wheels. There are other examples that have sold in this range too, and probably even a handful of others that aren’t made public. So a solid buy? I thinks so. Nothing tells me it isn’t. If you can be around $65,000 after a clean PPI and DME report, I think you are right on the money.
Nice, but – even at today’s prices – the “collector” should be focused on X50 cars and TurboS coupes w/ 6 speed. And, w/ 10K miles, this is targeting the collector. If this car had 60K miles, and was priced that way, all day long.
Too many of these TTs for seller’s “I know what I got”ism. Sorry, they bet and held on the wrong model.
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