2001 PORSCHE 996 CARRERA CABRIOLET
These cars offer incredible value for money, are brilliant to drive, it’s no wonder Porsche have so many devoted followers. The original window sticker we have shows MSRP for this car when new was $79,420 plus a few of the options this car has, like the Arctic Silver paint at $805.00, the Technic package at $2,430.00. Three spoke steering wheel at $255.00, Graphite Grey floor mats $110.00, the 18-inch Turbo look wheels at $1,190.00, the wheel caps with the Porsche crest at $170.00 and the Porsche Stability management at $1,215.00 boost that cost up quickly, to $86,360.00. 1999 saw the 996 model Porsche introduced, the first really major re-design of the 911 since its inception and designed by Harm Lagaay and Tony Hatter. This was the first of the water cooled Porsches. By 2001 the car was producing 300 horsepower out of the Boxer style 6 cylinder horizontally opposed 4-valve per cylinder power plant, this one coupled to the 5-speed Tiptronic gearbox. Safety equipment includes dual front airbags, door-mounted side airbags, and anti-lock brakes. The Porsche factory claimed the 911 Carrera models accelerated from 0 to 62 mph (0 to 100 km/h) in 5.2 seconds. The example we have here is a fine example with only 48,522 miles and a complete set of books and the removable wind deflector that mounts behind the front seats. Finished in Arctic Silver with Graphite Grey Partial Leather interior and Black convertible top.
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