Premium Vintage: 1999 Porsche Boxster

I hate paying premium price for anything…which is why I spend a large part of my day obsessing over used cars, scouring the web for cars that have depreciated into the basement and can be purchased with your coronavirus stimulus check.  However…there is something captivating about time capsule cars — those which appear to have avoided the inevitable decay for dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return. This next car is old enough to legally drink in all 50 states but only has 33k miles on the odo and is offered for a “premium” price, but not an insane one.  Does the clean condition merit the premium price? Find this 1999 Porsche Boxster offered for $13999 in Palos Verdes, CA via craigslist.

From the seller:

 1999 porsche boxster

VIN: WP0CA2988XU632049

condition: like new

cylinders: 6 cylinders

drive: rwd

fuel: gas

odometer: 33000

paint color: silver

title status: clean

transmission: manual

type: convertible

Showroom Condition, Pink slip on hand and smogged. Clean Carfax.

Perfect 1999 Porsche Boxster, super low 33,000 miles with 5 speed manual transmission. CA car since new and kept in garage. Zero corrosion and perfect original paint in factory Arctic Silver. Black leather interior, no rips or tears all in perfect condition. Comes with complete book pack and wind deflector storage bag.

Fabric roof is in perfect condition with no tears and the rear window in crystal clear with no damage.

Car is totally stock with a high factory specification

18″ turbo twist alloy wheels

aluminum look dials

stainless steel entry guards with Boxster logo

wind deflector

chrome exhaust trim

colored wheel crests

hifi/stereo pack



storage box rear shelf

More photos here:

As this is a 1999 year car it features a cable throttle and dual row ims install, which has shown to be the most reliable engine of the 986 Boxster model range.

Perfect car to store in the garage and use at the weekends and special occasions, or even to get started in concours events.

Clean CarFax.

 See a better way to drive a mid engine Porsche?