Porsche 911 996 C4S manual, registered on 08/11/2002, 93,244 miles, MOT 03/09/2022, full service history, 3 previous owners, HPI clear.













Here lays the opportunity to acquire a superb example of the ever increasingly sought after 996 Carrera 4S, which has recently benefitted from an extraordinary amount of new parts (detailed below), including an IMS bearing upgrade carried out with us when we first sold this example 18 months ago. The coachwork of the car is in brilliant condition, with pin-straight body panels throughout. The Arctic Silver (colour code L92U) is in equally nice order with a deep metallic glisten, enhanced and protected by the FGP day’s worth of detailing that been carried out in preparation for sale. The 911 is a non-sun roof model, offering a clean, sleek looking roof-line. Beneath the Porsche lay it’s original Turbo alloy wheels, which are in good condition with some minor curb marks.


Inside lays a beautiful black leather interior, that has the desirable optional sports hard-back seats, which are in wonderful condition and have heating function. When we sold the car 18 months ago, the buyer opted for our FGP Interior Package to be installed, with the steering wheel, gear gaiter and hand brake reupholstered in suede alcantara and red stitching, and the seat belts re-webbed in red (advertisement photos prior to installation). This package really improves the appearance of the interior, and gives nicer-feeling contact points to the driver, comparable to the GT cars within Porsche’s model line up. The carbon fibre “package” specified with this example from new further enhances the interior, making for a very special place to be. There are other nice options specced with the car, such as sound package, cruise control, Litronic xenon headlights, auto dimming rear view mirror and auto dimming driver’s wing mirror. Every electrical function in the cockpit works as it should, including the air conditioning, which blows ice cool, thanks to two new condensers being fitted during our sales preparation process, and the front to rear low pressure pipe being renewed as part of our sales preparation when we sold the car 18 months ago. There are two remote key fobs with the Porsche. The optional extra codes for the 911 read as follows: C16, XNR, XNX, XPY, XJ4, XX1, X99, 139, 265, 266, 288, 340, 375, 376, 425, 09991.


As noted earlier, when preparing the car for sale 18 months ago, the 3.6 litre flat six had its IMS bearing upgraded to our favoured “EPS” cylindrical unit. The engine performs just as Porsche intended, idling smoothly, revving freely and producing an addictive sound through its stainless steel sports back boxes. The rear main oil seal was also renewed during the IMS works, so there are no leaks underneath. The manual gearbox changes through its six speeds smoothly and the clutch is lovely and light, having also been renewed by us. In the corners, the 911 has huge amounts of traction and grip, with Michelin Pilot Sport tyres with at least 5mm of tread fitted to all four corners, and suspension that feels as tight as a drum, having had a significant amount of components recently renewed (detailed in the below section). The large, turbo brakes that come with the 4S variant stop the car with force, having had new rear discs, pads, backing plates and wear sensor recently fitted with us.


There is a provenance with the Porsche that is as comprehensive as could be. Present is a folder filled to the brim with paperwork evidencing the meticulous care the car has been treated to, as well as all its old MOT certificates, past sales invoices, HPI certificates, and a Porsche certificate of authenticity. There is also the original Porsche owners wallets with all of the owners manuals present and the service booklet with 17 service intervals stamped, all by Porsche main dealer or Porsche specialist independents.


The service intervals are as present: 06/02/2003 – 7,128 miles, 06/01/2004 – 12,249 miles, 08/12/2004 – 16,254 miles, 07/12/2005 – 18,275 miles, 08/01/2007 – 20,030 miles, 06/04/2009 – 23,495 miles, 01/11/2010 – 25,516 miles, 01/11/2011 – 26,822 miles, 29/01/2013 – 27,949 miles, 31/01/2014 – 43,098 miles, 06/01/2015 – 50,381 miles, 07/01/2016 – 59,869 miles, 17/01/2017 – 72,582 miles, 16/01/2018 – 76,792 miles, 25/01/2019 – 83,200 miles, 15/10/2019 – 86,444 miles, 22/07/2020 – 87,762 miles, 06/01/2022 – 93,244 miles.


As noted above, in preparation for sale, we have just carried out a service on the car, as well as a brake fluid change, renewing 2x air conditioning condensers and re-gassing the system. Upon our first time selling the car 18 months ago, we carried out the following preparation works: IMS bearing upgraded for for EPS cylindrical unit, renewal of three-piece clutch kit, renewal of rear main oil seal, renewal of 2x front suspension top mounts, renewal of 2x front suspension top bearings, renewal of 2x front suspension bump stops, renewal of 2x engine mounts, renewal of 2x rear brake discs, pads, wear sensors and backing shims, renewal of front to rear low pressure air conditioning pipe, renewal of 2x coil pack heat shields, renewal of 2x exhaust back box sleeve clamps, renewal of 2x bonnet damping struts, renewal of 2x engine lid damping struts, renewal of fuel cap, renewal of 3x window wipers, renewal of air/oil separator, renewal of “up & over” (gearbox) brake pipe, renewal of 2x front to rear brake pipes, renewal of N/S/F arch liner dirt guard, renewal of 6x coil pack, renewal of N/S vario cam seal, renewal of front headlight self-levelling rod bracket, renewal of O/S/F side light bulb, renewal of O/S number plate light bulb.


In recent times, the Porsche has also benefitted from work such as; renewal of door lock mechanism, renewal of clutch servo assist spring, four wheel alignment, renewal of 2x drive shaft C.V boots, renewal of bonnet latch microswitch, renewal of 2x exhaust back boxes for stainless steel sports units, renewal of 2x front suspension drop links, renewal of 2x front suspension lower control arms, renewal of 2x front suspension fork arms, renewal of wheel bearing, renewal of 2x front brake discs, pads, wear sensors and backing shims.


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