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2003 Porsche 911 Turbo X50

Back in December I stated that I hoped to feature a few more examples of the 996TT, in part because of my own interest in the market for them and in part because they remain somewhat under appreciated. Then the holidays happened, other work got in the way, and for a while I simply didn’t come across a car that I found particularly interesting. But now I have. The car featured here, located in Las Vegas, is a 2003 Speed Yellow Porsche 911 Turbo with the factory X50 package. At 13,588 the mileage is reasonably low, it hasn’t been ridiculously modified, and did I mention that it’s Speed Yellow? A standard 996TT was always a quick car and these days one can be had at pretty reasonable cost. Add the X50 package and you’re into supercar territory without the supercar pricetag.

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Year: 2003
Model: 911 Turbo
Engine: 3.6 liter twin turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 13,588 mi
Price: Reserve Auction


2003 Twin Turbo Porsche X50 Racing Package 13k miles. Like new, Speed Yellow with matching seat belts! Features Complete Carbon fiber interior, including dash, doors, steering wheel, brake, gearshift. This car has every option avail. Tires are Pirelli P-Zero and are like new. This is the Porsche you want to drive. Porsche club award winner, extremely well maintained by lifelong enthusiast. Bought at dealer with 3k miles on it. Very pampered car, has never been scratched, touched up, painted, repaired, etc. Wheels and body are immaculate. All scheduled service and Mobil 1 changes performed at Porsche dealers. Car was never raced or abused.


4-Wheel Disc Brakes,4-Wheel drive,6-Speed Manual, Upgraded Bose CD Sound System, Adjustable Steering Wheel, Air Bag, Air Dam, Air conditioning, Alloy Wheels with Porsche Color Crests and Valve Caps, Power Anti-lock brakes, Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror, Break-Resistant Glass, Center Console, Climate Control, Coolant Temp. Gauge, Courtesy Lights, Cruise control, Cup Holders, Digital Clock, Digital Instruments, All-Surround airbags, Quad Chrome Exhausts, Dual Power Mirrors, Engraved VIN Codes, Floor Mats, Fog Lamps, Power Memory Heated Front Bucket Seats, Interior Hood Release, Interval Wipers, Keyless Entry, Leather Steering Wheel, Leather Upholstery and Seats with Porsche embossed crests, Map Light, Power Sunroof, Panic Button, Power Steering, Power locks, Power windows, Rear Defroster, Auto Power Rear Spoiler, Rear Window Wiper, Tachometer, Telescoping Steering, Third Brake Light, Traction Control, Trip Odometer, Vanity Mirrors, Xenon Lights

****About the X50 Package. Not your average Turbo Porsche: An X50 option which includes larger turbochargers and intercoolers along with revised engine control software became available from the factory in 2002, increasing power to 444 hp.

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In the current market I don’t imagine there is much better performance value to be had than with a 996TT X50. Given that the 996TT didn’t suffer from some of the engine issues that have held down values of the standard 996 it will be interesting to see what happens with these cars down the line. For now, the 996 remains the red-headed stepchild of the 911 family, but we shouldn’t allow that to convince us that these cars aren’t worth our time. Any buyer whose primary interest is performance would do well to consider a car such as this one.



  1. MDriver
    MDriver January 25, 2014

    very under appreciated cars…..guess the P-Guys really didn’t like the water cooled 911’s
    w/the X50 package this car is still VERY relevant…and prices for these are very reasonable especially when compared to ANY other vintage of 911 Turbo..
    these and the GT3 996’s did not suffer from the grenade motors so buy with comfort…after a good PPI.
    wonder what the reserve is?

  2. David B.
    David B. January 25, 2014

    Glad the prior owner stuck those Porsche crest decals on the side otherwise i would never have known it was a Porsche. ….. ha!

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