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2004 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet X50.
Tiptronic S Transmission.
Arctic Silver Metallic.
Graphite Grey Full Leather Interior.
Books, Manuals, 2 Keys, Tools, Jack & Spare.
This great looking 996 Twin Turbo Cabriolet comes in the original Arctic Silver Metallic paint on Graphite Grey Full Leather Interior. Both in and out, the condition is spectacular, and all of the metal panels sport the original factory paint.
The Graphite Grey interior is complimented by the rich looking, factory Aluminum Package, which adds boldness and dimension. Everything is in immaculate shape and all the gauges and instruments work properly!
The Grey top looks brand new and is fully operational.
The car comes fitted with the highly desirable and expensive factory X50 option, which stands for larger turbochargers, intercoolers, revised ECU and exhaust. All these sum up to higher horsepower, taking the motor from the standard 415 HP to 450 HP!
The performance of this 911 is absolutely spot on, and according to the Carfax history, the car has been maintained and cared for.
The sticker price of this Twin Turbo is one of the highest we have seen for the 996 era cars, and it only adds to the overall value of this gorgeous car!
The Option Codes for this Turbo are:
XCA - Alu-look dashboard trim strip.
XCB - Alu-look instrument surround.
XCC - Alu-look side air vents.
XCD - Alu-look center air vent bracket.
XCE - Alu-look center console.
XSC - Porsche crest embossed in headrests.
XTR - Alu-look door panel parts.
XJ4 - Leather covered ignition lock surround.
XV1 - Leather defroster trim.
X46 - Aluminium Tiptronic selector lever.
X50 - Power.kit for turbocharged engine
X54 - Stainless steel tailpipes.
X70 - Stainless steel door entry guards with logo.
X71 - Alu-look instrument faces.
The 996 Turbos have been steadily climbing in price, and it would not be a big surprise if the premium optioned examples sky rocket in the near future. The modern era of new Porsche buyers still thirst for classics, but the majority of this new crowd wish for comfort combined with unchallenging drivability. The 996 Turbos fit this criteria perfectly!
“I would like to share my personal observations about the 996 Turbo's! The engine was designed by Hans Metzger, probably the best Porsche engine designer ever. Mr. Metzger designed the engines for my Porsche factory team cars that we won the 2000 American Le Mans Series with. They were absolutely bulletproof, enabling us to win 10 out of 12 races. We also won the European Le Mans Series in 2000. The 996 Turbo engines are not the same design as used in the normal 996 911's. There was a intermediate shaft bearing problem with those cars and some have thought the Turbo's also had a problem. Not true, Mr. Metzger's engines feature a totally different design. Serviced properly, they will provide many hundred's of thousands of miles with spectacular performance.” Dick Barbour.
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