||996 : 1997-2005
||996 C4S Midnight Blue - 65k - 2003 - Tiptronic S
|Manual or Tiptronic
||Due to space constraints the time has come to sell my 996 C4S. I've just had it MOT’d and in the last 12 months I’ve covered only 237 miles – terrible I know! But sadly it’s spent more time in the garage under a cover than being driven! It’s in great condition and after yesterday’s MOT I took it for a “spirited” drive and it performed impeccably.
Midnight Blue Metallic
Only 65,250 miles
Full Service History
MOT until June 4th 2019 (no advisories). It’s had no advisories on the last 4 MOT’s (and only very minor advisories prior to that).
All manuals, books, two keys and a large folder full of invoices etc
Specced from new with the Porsche Sports Exhaust (rare non-switchable version)
Rear Parking Sensors
PCM with Nav
Ivory Leather to Customer Sample
CD Changer (full spec list below).
I’ve owned the car for over 5 years and have covered about 5,500 miles in that time.
I have the build sheets showing the full spec and options prices. Some of the highlights are:
99: Leather to Sample - £846.00
XSC: Porsche Crest Embossed Headrests - £88.00
XLF: Sport Exhaust System – £988.00
P16: PCM Navigation System - £1,379.00
P74: Litronic Lighting System - £533.00
635: Rear Parking Assistance - £277.00
454: Cruise Control - £250.00
692: CDC-4 CD Autochanger (6 Disc) - £293
Electric Memory Seats
249: Tiptronic S - £1,669.00
XSU: Lowered Front Seats - £300.00
Continental SportContact2’s all round.
Shortly after buying the car I replaced both condenser rads and cooling rads as the air con had stopped blowing cold. It’s now ICE COLD.
It’s in great condition and the contrast of the pale leather against the Midnight Blue coachwork looks great, and it certainly drives as it should!
There are NO coolant, oil or air con leaks whatsoever and it is absolutely dry as a bone underneath (I believe the Tiptronic versions did not suffer as much as the manual models with the IMS & RMS issues).
A bit of a cliché but I bought it from a mature Doctor (as stated on the V5) who bought it from the highly regarded Porsche Specialist 911 Virgin.
It’s spent most of the last 5 years cosseted in my garage under a cover (the previous owner also kept it garaged as a second car).
Anyway, it's a relatively reluctant sale but as I don't really get the time to use it enough I think it should find a new home.
Any inspection welcome.
Please do drop me a line with any questions.
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