Porsche 911 996.2 Carrera 4 2002/02 facelift

March 26, 2019 - Comment

Hello and thanks for taking the time to look at my Porsche 911. It is a 2002 996 3.6 C4 Tiptronic facelift 996.2 model in Arctic Silver Metallic with full black ruffled leather. I went for this AWD model as I had heard some nasty reviews of the RWD variant being a bit too tail

Hello and thanks for taking the time to look at my Porsche 911. It is a 2002 996 3.6 C4 Tiptronic facelift 996.2 model in Arctic Silver Metallic with full black ruffled leather. I went for this AWD model as I had heard some nasty reviews of the RWD variant being a bit too tail happy and I also wanted the facelift model with the tweaked styling and the stronger 3.6 engine. There is a massive history file with receipts dating right back to 2002 and even the Porsche vehicle delivery/acceptance form. It also contains every single old MOT. It has done 152,000 miles and the current MOT runs until 31.8.2019 The car drives beautifully with excellent oil Pressure at 4.5 – 5 on a run. A new battery (with 5 year warranty) was fitted in January. The air conditioning condensers, engine mounts and air-oil separator were replaced in October last year when it was last serviced at DW in Wellingborough. The drop links, front and rear discs and pads were done 2,000 miles ago. In 2013 it had a new prop shaft, a new alternator in 2012, and catalytic converters Done 2011. The car comes with:- Heated Seats – Black ruffled leather – Cruise control – Multi-spoke Classic II 18” alloys (my favourite wheels on the 996) – Panasonic colour touch screen Sat Nav double din unit with bluetooth handsfree – Reverse parking sensors A Tracker has been fitted years ago but this is not registered currently although I have all of the paperwork. A couple of very minor chips / marks here and there, but nothing that you wouldn’t expect from a 16 and a half year old car. Lovely Bodywork. The front bumper, bonnet and wings are amazingly low on regular stone chip damage, so I dare say a previous owner has had these areas done in the past. I do not have a receipt for an IMS bearing although a prop shaft repair shows a hoard of unknown part numbers and a chunky bill. This issue affected fewer than 5% of models, mostly due to lack of use and low miles, so I assume this is one of the non-affected models as it’s showing 152,000! Any questions or to come and have a look, please call me on 07768 682 300 I will require a deposit of £250 by bank transfer when the auction ends and the balance on collection or within 7 days of the end of the auction, whichever is soonest.