As a non-Porsche owner, it has been painful to watch the rise in prices of vintage aircooled P-cars…but I’ve been watching the prices of the 996/997 and they offer a shocking amount of performance and comfort (sorry 993 owners…but they are faster and more comfy…maybe not as cool…) for the cash. To be honest, I’m thinking I need to trade the BMW I’ve been driving for one of these German rear-engine equipped machines…I’d better do it before they become unobtanium. Find this 2003 Porsche 911 C2 offered for $18000 in Long Beach, CA via craigslist.
From the seller:
2003 porsche 911 Carrera
cylinders: 6 cylinders
paint color: grey
title status: clean
2003 996 911 C2 for sale. This is a clean car – I’ll let the pictures do the talking. It has some minor blemishes to be expected of a car this age. Purchased this a while back (I’m the fourth owner, car has always been in CA), but honestly not driving it as much as I’d like – I’d like to see it go to someone that could use it more. I have records of recent work done (rear brake pads/rotors, worn suspension components/bushings replaced, air filter, oil change etc…). Everything works and this car does not need anything. Completely stock except I’ve installed a 997 shifter. The leather on the shift knob is worn, but I have a brand new ICT aftermarket shift knob (very nice) that I’ll throw in with the car if interested. This car has the original IMS bearing.
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