Porsche 911 996 Carrera manual, registered on 01/03/2003, 76,958 miles, 12 months MOT, full service history, 5 previous owners, HPI clear.













Here we have a lovely example of the Porsche 996, benefitting from a recent, comprehensive engine rebuild, by renown Porsche engine rebuild specialists, “Hartech”, inclusive of 6x nikasil cylinder liners and strengthened IMS shaft and bearing. Seal Grey (paint colour code L6B4) is a classy colour, which suits the 911’s curved body shape to a tee. This 996 has superb coachwork, free from any dings, dents or notable marks. The panels all align immaculately and the sides of the car are pin-straight. The paintwork is equally nice, with a deep glossy shine, minimal marks or stone chips and protection provided by our customary day’s worth of FGP detailing. Being a non-sun roof car, the 996’s roof-line is sleek and uncluttered. Beneath the Porsche lay it’s original BBS Porsche Carrera alloy wheels, which were professionally refurbished within the last 12 months, and as such, present immaculately.


The black leather interior sits very nicely alongside the Seal Grey exterior and provides for a classy looking 911. The condition of the cockpit demonstrates how well cared for this Porsche has been, with unworn front seats, steering wheel and handbrake, fresh carpets and headlining, and very clean dashboard and door cards. Everything inside works as it should, including the air conditioning system, which had its condensers renewed in 2018 and a new front to rear low pressure pipe seal and re-gas by us in preparation for sale. This is a modestly specced 996, particularly for a face-lift, with only suede alcantara headlining as a stand-out option and no traction control on the car. There are two keys with the car, one of which is a functioning remote key fob. The optional extra codes read as follows: 226, 411, 425, 490, 567, 936, 981, 981, 983, 985.


The comprehensive rebuild completed on 07/11/2019 at 67,256 miles, means the famous flat 6 mounted above the rear axle performs as well as it did in 2003. “Hartech” carried out an “all bells and whistles” job, with six nikasil cylinder liners, the reconfigured, large intermediate shaft and bearing, as well as all other associated parts and jobs, coming to a grand total of £13,518.00. A fabulous noise is emitted, aided by the new stainless steel sports back boxes and manifolds that are fitted. The all important six speed manual transmission passes through its gears smoothly and the clutch pedal is light with a positive engagement; renewed 27/12/2018 at 63,870 miles. The brakes have very little wear, having had all discs and pads renewed within the last 11,000 miles / 3 years. As has been noted earlier, this 996 is basic in terms of specification, to the point that it is even without traction control. This is something we and a lot of our customers like, as it offers a more raw, and engaging sports car to drive. The steering is sharp and the suspension is silent over bumps with fantastic grip and traction provided by the Pirelli Pzero tyres. There is 4mm of tread remaining at the rear and 6.5mm to the front.


The 996 has a brilliant provenance, with its large history folder evidencing in excess of £22,000 spent on its maintenance by its previous custodian, during his three years of keepership. The full booklet is present within the original leather owners wallet, including the service history booklet, demonstrating 17 intervals completed; all by Porsche main dealer or independent specialists. The intervals carried out are as follows:

23/02/2004 – 3,330 miles, 11/04/2005 – 7,886 miles, 15/08/2006 – 21,358 miles, 12/12/2007 – 24,055 miles, 16/12/2008 – 28,423 miles, 16/11/2009 – 33,279 miles, 04/03/2011 – 36,744 miles, 05/02/2012 – 39,515 miles, 26/02/2013 – 42,342 miles, 24/02/2014 – 45,515 miles, 24/02/2015 – 49,619 miles, 24/02/2016 – 53,671 miles, 21/02/2017 – 57,255 miles, 19/02/2018 – 60,846 miles, 07/06/2019 – 65,840 miles, 07/09/2020 – 71,352 miles, 12/03/2022 – 76,958 miles.

In preparation for sale, we have carried out our customary FGP Comprehensive Inspection & Report, and completed the following subsequent work: Minor service, refit incorrectly fitted passenger seat belt, renew fuel cap, remove 2x brake callipers and repair seized bleed nipples, renew N/S coolant radiator, clear 2x front air ducts of debris, renew 2x front suspension top mounts, top bearings and bump stops, renew N/S/F front arch liner, renew front to rear air conditioning pipe seal, re-gas air conditioning system.

In the previous owner’s three year tenureship, some noteworthy works carried out are as follows: Renew 2x exhaust manifolds and 2x back boxes for stainless steel sports units, renew auxiliary drive belt, renew under tray, renew gear cable set, refurbish 4x alloy wheels, comprehensive engine rebuild, renew thermostat for low temperature unit, renew water pump, renew air/oil separator, renew oil pressure sender, renew 4x brake discs and pads, renew 2x front suspension fork arms, renew 2x coil pack heat shields, renew 6x coil packs, renew clutch.


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