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2012 Porsche 911 Carrera S Coupe

Crazy to think that the older 991-generation of Porsche 911 is now 10 years old. Time stops for no one and here we are. For myself, I loved and still do admire the 991. There is nothing conversational or risky about it, other than maybe it is a little large. However, cars growing in size aren’t exactly unique to Porsche, as every car has grown outside of the really niche models. If I had my choice, I’d have a 991 GT3 and call it a day, but for around $60,000 less, I’ll take today’s car: a 2012 911 Carrera S coupe.

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Year: 2012
Model: 911 Carrera S Coupe
VIN: WP0AB2A91CS122303
Engine: 3.8 liter flat-6
Transmission: 7-speed Doppelkupplung automatic
Mileage: 43,200 mi
Location: Florence, Alabama
Price: $76,991

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Carrera While on Black Leather Interior in 2012 Porsche 911 Carrera S 7-Speed PDK Coupe


– 3.8L DOHC flat-six
– 400hp/325 lb-ft
– 7 Speed PDK Transmission
– SportDesign Steering Wheel
– Sport Exhaust System
– Adaptive Sport Seats Plus
– BOSE® Audio Package
– 5 Owner
– Low Miles
– Well Optioned
– Well Maintained
– Fresh Service

– Sport Exhaust System
– Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK)
– Automatically Dimming Mirrors
– Adaptive Sport Seats Plus (Left)
– Adaptive Sport Seats Plus (Right)
– Seat Heating (Front)
– Porsche Dynamic Light System
– Parkassist (Front And Rear)
– Electric Sunroof
– Power Steering Plus
– Bose® Surround Sound System
– Siriusxm® & Hd Radio® Rcvr
– 6-Disc Cd/Dvd Changer
– Electric Folding Ext. Mirrors
– Sportdesign Steering Wheel
– Black Leather Front Seats
– Carrara White
– Adaptive Sport Seats Plus
– Bose
– Premium Package W 18-Way Seats
– Wheel Spacers, 5 Mm
– Headlamp Cleaner Exterior Clr
– Ornamental Porsche Crest
MSRP: $115,590

NOTE: “Minor accident” notation on CarFAX, was fully & professionally repaired and the C2S is priced to account for this CarFAX notation. – see full CarFAX details in the image gallery *

Personally, I love a white 911. I know I’m usually known for featuring all the crazy paint-to-sample colors, but there is something just really clean about white on any 911. For just a really early build of the 991 C2S, this one was loaded up with stuff like the dynamic light system, sport exhaust, adaptive sport seats plus, power steering plus, the Sport Design steering wheel, and Bose audio. Sticker when new came in at just under $116,000, which wasn’t too insane considering these started at about $98,000.

Now 10-years and 43,000 miles later, this one comes in with an asking price of $77,000. When I first saw that number it hit me as a little high considering the mileage, five owners, and an accident report on the Carfax. You can fix these in the mid-$60,000 range without issue, but this is a great spec with some nice equipment. I think it still might be a tad high and wonder if there is any wiggle room on it. I know I’d love to have it.

– Andrew


  1. Marc Cusumano
    Marc Cusumano November 19, 2022

    $76K for a car with an accident on the title is insane. Half the price and I still wouldn’t consider it…I don’t want and never will want a car that’s been hit.

  2. Mark Jawdoszyn
    Mark Jawdoszyn November 19, 2022

    It’s going to sell just not to me. I would prefer not to have a Garage Queen with a accident history or in automatic. The latter being easily overlooked however the former is not unless it was substantially discounted to make more appealing.

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