Porsche 996 Cabrio

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This popular 991 serie is the Porsche 996 from year 2000. This Porsche 996 has been rebuilt to a 997 to have that more sporty look. This car is finished in Blue over a White interior. This car is powered by a 3.4-liter paired with a six-speed manual transaxle. The 996 produces 300 horsepower. Features include power windows, power-adjustable seats, power side-view mirror, and more. This car is offered with Belgium papers and service records.

 

Porsche 996 Cabrio 2000

Porsche 996 Cabrio 2000

 

The interior is upholstered in white leather. Door panels are accented by cloth. Amenities include power-adjustable front seats, electric windows and mirrors and gps.

 

Porsche 996 Cabrio 2000

Porsche 996 Cabrio 2000

 

Instrumentation consists of a 300 km/h speedometer and a tachometer. 169.000 kilometers has been driven since new. The seller reports that the car has no damages or any defects. The engine runs and works perfectly.

 

Porsche 996 Cabrio 2000

 

Work that has been done:

  • New brakes
  • New tires
  • New clutch
  • Other exhaust for better sound

 

 

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Highest bidder was: Volante

Date Bid User Auto
14/12/2020 20:3926 000Volante
13/12/2020 13:3925 000Felixrom
13/12/2020 13:1624 000Francoise
08/12/2020 10:1023 000Volante
03/12/2020 21:4822 000markobuneta
02/12/2020 18:00Auction started

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14/12/2020 20:39    26 000 bid placed by Volante

13/12/2020 13:39    25 000 bid placed by Felixrom

13/12/2020 13:16    24 000 bid placed by Francoise

08/12/2020 10:10    23 000 bid placed by Volante

03/12/2020 21:48    22 000 bid placed by markobuneta

  1. markobuneta

    Hi, is it possible to know what is the reserve price? Thanks!

    • Admin

      Hi Mark, sorry but there is only one way to get to know the reserve price; you have to place bids.

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