NO RESERVE 1999 Porsche 996 Carrera Cabriolet 6-Speed

Now up for auction at no-reserve this 1999 Porsche 996 Carrera Cabriolet finished in Arctic Silver Metallic over a Boxster Red interior.  This 996 was generously equipped from the factory with a leather dashboard and door panels, draped leather seats, a 3-spoke steering wheel, limited-slip differential, and 6-speed manual transmission.  Shortly after the current owner’s purchase in 2017, this Carrera was brought to a Porsche dealer to undergo a major service including an IMS bearing update, new Sachs clutch kit, water pump, ignition components, fluids, and filters.  Showing approximately 72k-miles on the odometer, this 996 is now being offered for auction with a rebuilt title by its seller out of Illinois.

This example is finished in Arctic Silver Metallic, and some small dings and imperfections are noted throughout the exterior.  CARFAX shows moderate to severe damage to have occurred in 2015 resulting in a “total loss”.  The seller, a certified autobody technician, found the car to have only suffered minor cosmetic damage to the right side which has since been repaired. Images of the original damage are provided for reference in the photo gallery.  The seller had also installed a brand new German Sonnenland canvas convertible top with a heat-sealed green tinted plastic rear window and a genuine black headliner.  This Carrera rides on a set of aftermarket 997-spec 19” wheels that come dressed in Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires which were installed in 2018 within the last 1k-miles.

Inside, this 996 features an attractive Boxster Red interior with optional draped leather seats as well as a leather dashboard and door panels.  Other factory options include heated 8-way power seats with driver’s seat memory, a 3-spoke steering wheel, a CD storage compartment, and a sound system. The convertible top is currently inoperable with an error light present on the dashboard, and the seller had attempted to address this issue in 2018 with the installation of a new motor and hydraulic struts. The seller states that the top can likely be fixed with a new module or updated programming.  All other accessories and electronics are said to be working properly including the aftermarket Kenwood KDC-X998 Bluetooth head unit.

Representing the first generation of the water-cooled 911, this 996 Carrera is equipped with a 3.4L flat-six engine that sends up to 296 HP to the rear wheels through a 6-speed manual transmission.  This example was also factory optioned with a limited-slip differential (220).  The seller has driven approximately 3k-miles during their ownership and had the following service items addressed in October of 2018 at 70,749 miles by Porsche Barrington:

  • IMS Bearing Update/Replacement
  • New Sachs Clutch Kit
  • Water Pump Replaced
  • New Thermostat Housing
  • Coolant Flush
  • Belt Replacement
  • New Spark Plugs, Coils, and Gaskets
  • Cam Covers Resealed
  • Replace Passenger Side Cam Control Solenoid
  • Install Two New Cylinder Head Plates
  • Transmission/Differential Fluid Flush
  • Brake Fluid Flush

This sale will include a branded rebuilt title.  With a considerable amount of service carried out in the last 3k-miles, this nicely equipped Carrera is just waiting to be enjoyed by a new owner.

Auction Results

  • Sold for: $11,660
  • Auction End: May 5, 2021, 3:27 p.m.
  • Number of Bids: 20
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Comments (74)

  • luis.seneriz (registered bidder) 1 week, 3 daysago

    All this does is to make my car more valuable. Good luck to the winner, let’s see how much is going to take to bring the convertible top to work, buy a hard top sooner rather than latter.

  • Skindoc 1 week, 3 daysago

    Sold for $11,660

  • RowMyOwn (registered bidder) 1 week, 3 daysago

    Lol. I also forgot the top doesn't go down, so there's that. Congrats!

  • Skindoc (registered bidder) 1 week, 3 daysago

    @RowMyOwn one word:sunscreen!

  • RowMyOwn (registered bidder) 1 week, 3 daysago

    I'm going bail. Going up against a skin doc who wants a convertible - who'd a thought?!)

  • Skindoc 1 week, 3 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $11,660

  • RowMyOwn 1 week, 3 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $11,410

  • luis.seneriz (registered bidder) 1 week, 3 daysago

    Out of hooptie territory. I’m out thanks for an entertaining afternoon.

  • Skindoc 1 week, 3 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $11,160

  • RowMyOwn 1 week, 3 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $10,910

  • Skindoc 1 week, 3 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $10,660

  • RowMyOwn 1 week, 3 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $10,410

  • Skindoc 1 week, 3 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $10,160

  • railworker 1 week, 3 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $9,910

  • Skindoc 1 week, 3 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $9,650

  • RowMyOwn 1 week, 3 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $9,400

  • Freemaha (registered bidder) 1 week, 3 daysago

    No reserve

  • railworker 1 week, 3 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $9,150

  • Freemaha (registered bidder) 1 week, 3 daysago

    Someone is going to get the bargain of the year on the baby

  • luis.seneriz 1 week, 3 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $8,900

  • RowMyOwn 1 week, 3 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $8,600

  • luis.seneriz 1 week, 3 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $8,350

  • LongwoodCharger (registered bidder) 1 week, 4 daysago

    this car will end as the steal of the year here

  • railworker 1 week, 4 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $8,100

  • PCARMARKET 1 week, 4 daysago

    A walk-around and start-up video has been added to the listing page.

  • WTOPHER (seller) 1 week, 4 daysago

    Dear Pcarmarket Bidders and Enthusiasts:

    As the auction of my 1999 Porsche 911 draws to an end in the early afternoon hours on Wednesday, May 5th, I plan on producing an automotive walk around video of the car while the engine is running, which I will upload today between 10:00 to 11:00 a.m., in effort to afford bidders and enthusiasts with one final look at it before the highest bidder becomes its new owner. I would like to take a moment to thank all of you for your interest in potentially acquiring my vehicle, posing great questions, and generating dynamic discussion comments. It has been a pleasure to work with each and every one of you during the past week, and I will be available to respond to any final, unanswered inquiries you may have prior to 2:15 p.m., CST. I wish all of the you the best of luck as a part of the final countdown. Sincerely, Chris

  • WTOPHER (seller) 1 week, 4 daysago

    @luis.seneriz Dear Luis:

    In response to your inquiry on whether or not you may take delivery of the Porsche in person versus having it shipped directly to you by an auto transport courier, a Pcarmarket representative contacted me earlier this evening, and communicated to me that you are welcome to pickup the car from me in person as requested. Thanks, and I wish you the best of luck as the auction draws to an end tomorrow afternoon. Sincerely, Chris

  • MAC0617 (registered bidder) 1 week, 4 daysago

    Paging Dr. Hoovie.

  • luis.seneriz (registered bidder) 1 week, 4 daysago

    Good enough. I don’t see why they would object to me picking up the car in person.

  • WTOPHER (seller) 1 week, 4 daysago

    @luis.seneriz Dear Luis:

    I hold no reservations whatsoever that you would not be able to fly to Chicago, and drive the vehicle worry-free for thousands of miles before you will require regularly scheduled maintenance due in the future or encounter problems of any kind for many years to come, since Porsche Barrington addressed all of its multi-point inspection findings and recommendations in 2017, necessary repairs, and observations made by me. I have only put 500 to 800 miles on the car, since it underwent this major service, and to the best of my knowledge, I can attest with confidence that my Porsche is mechanically sound. I must contact Pcarmarket to confirm whether or not your request is possible, because I seem to recall something mentioned in the listing's terms and conditions that the seller makes arrangements for shipping, but the shipping fee is the buyer's responsibility. I will obtain clarification on "customer pickup" and "transportation details" tomorrow morning, since it is past 5:00 p.m., est. Thanks. Sincerely, Chris

  • luis.seneriz (registered bidder) 1 week, 4 daysago

    Chris would you have any concerns about driving the car 1 ,000 miles. When I bought mine that was in a little town in Wisconsin. I flew to Ohaire for $80, and drove it home 1250 miles straight no issues. Please let me know. Also I was able to do some Italian tune up, Techron plus I was able to get to know the driving characteristics of the car.

  • palmerd27 (registered bidder) 1 week, 5 daysago

    If the top module can be replaced cheaply, just hold the sale until the top works,
    My 911 1999 Cabriolet top problems resulted in my dealer holding the car for 6 weeks, replacing several parts, and then for a total of $3100, I was told that broken parts in the frame meant the top was never going to work unless the frame was totally replaced, as well as the top covering.
    Fortunately I now have the factory hardtop, so I now have a 911 Coupe, with a removable top for summer: Dry days only. For $17,000.

  • luis.seneriz 1 week, 5 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $7,250

  • WTOPHER (seller) 1 week, 6 daysago

    @luis.seneriz Dear Luis:

    I am glad I could be of assistance to you while you assessed what it would cost to make the convertible top fully functional again. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to me in the future. Sincerely, Chris.

  • WTOPHER (seller) 1 week, 6 daysago

    @WTOPHER Dear Ralavis:

    I contacted both LN Engineering and Porsche Barrington this morning as promised, and upon completion of my investigation into this matter in great detail, both respective establishments "now" claim that the retrofitted IMS bearing replacement comes with a six year / 75,000 mile warranty, not the life of the engine. It goes without saying that I am furious, because this is not the information that my service consultant conveyed to me prior to having this work performed and at the point when I paid and picked up the vehicle from the service department. Another insignificant point I may add, I reviewed the invoice, and it appears as though I was charged for two, not one, bearings that equals the sum total of what it would cost to have "the IMS Solution" installed. I may in fact be entitled to a refund, and will find out in the near future. Again, I apologize for the confusion and misrepresentation of the replacement part when I listed my vehicle for sale on Pcarmarket.com, but I only can go by what information was imparted to me at the point of sale and what I paid for on my invoice, which reflects the pricing structure for "the IMS Solution." Sincerely, Chris.

  • maseratidema 1 week, 6 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $7,000

  • luis.seneriz (registered bidder) 1 week, 6 daysago

    Thanks to everybody for the help. Chris since this car is a convertible and has basically been hit everywhere, “Tom Cruise Days of Thunder” I’ll be bidding on it as what it is. If I get it I’ll put my coupe in storage and just drive this one. I’m the 4th owner of my car, never wrecked so it will go up in value. Just stating that because I saw the tread of comments about trolls and etc. I’ll look at it as any stock I evaluate. Anyway I just turned 53 and have been retired since 2013.

  • kevintho911 (registered bidder) 1 week, 6 daysago

    I confirm that the convertible top control module seems to be available on eBay for as low as $150 - $200. I'm sure these are pulled from salvage. But if they work, that would be a pretty good savings from brand new.

  • WTOPHER (seller) 1 week, 6 daysago

    @luis.seneriz Dear Luis:

    I figured out how for you to search ECS Tuning’s website for the part number. Open your web browser and type in http://www.ecstuning.com. Click on select your vehicle, which in this case is Porsche, 1999 for the year, 911 Carrera, not the Carrera 4, convertible, and 6 speed manual. Then choose the search magnifying glass to enter either a part number or item description and type in exactly “Convertible Top Operation Control Unit,” minus the quotation marks. It should come right up. Sincerely, Chris.

  • WTOPHER (seller) 1 week, 6 daysago

    @luis.seneriz Dear Luis:

    I included a direct link to ECS Tuning’s website bearing the part number for the convertible top operation control unit below the content of one of our previous threads. I do not understand why Pcarmarket’s comment threads will not allow bidders and sellers to enter numerical digits, but I assume the software interface is designed that way, so no one can exchange e-mail addresses and phone numbers and conduct business outside of the auction. I did attempt to submit the part number to you several times, but I perpetually receive an error message from the system stating something to the extent that sharing contact information is strictly forbidden and will result in account suspension. Please contact your Porsche acquaintance, provide him with my VIN number, which is listed on the auction’s item description, and have him quote you a price and give you the part number. I am sorry I could not be of more assistance. Sincerely, Chris.

  • luis.seneriz (registered bidder) 1 week, 6 daysago

    Chris I wasn’t able to find that module. But since you quoted exact pricing would you be so kind and provide me with a screenshot or part number. I searched both ECS and pelican. I also got an acquaintance at a Porsche dealership and surprisingly he had given me pretty good pricing on a few things.

  • WTOPHER (seller) 1 week, 6 daysago

    @luis.seneriz Dear Luis:

    I neglected to mention the vehicle’s title was salvaged in 2015, and now, reflects a “rebuilt” status, which means it is roadworthy and repaired correctly. Sincerely, Chris.

  • WTOPHER (seller) 1 week, 6 daysago

    @luis.seneriz Dear Luis:

    According to Porsche Barrington, my service advisor conveyed to me the convertible top’s module failed, which is why when I attempt to depress the one-touch operation button to retract and fold the top into place and its reverse sequence to unfold it and latch into place, the latch will come undone and fold back only so far, and then, it will no longer proceed unless you depress the other button to close it, and it returns to its “latched in place position.” In response to your question about the manufacturer of the module, there is no aftermarket market alternative to the genuine part in this instance. Another company most likely makes it for Porsche, but if an OE, OEM, or completely aftermarket substitute was available, it would be listed on ECS Tuning’s, FCPEuro’s, or Pelican Part’s websites. I hope this information helps you out. Sincerely, Chris.

  • luis.seneriz (registered bidder) 1 week, 6 daysago

    Thank for your reply , so you are almost certain that spending $1500 will take care of the top. Anyway the production date was important because the earlier the car it was assembled side to side with the air cooled 993, so it it’s to say more hand to hand attention to details. Number two there was a fire at the factory late April 98, some heads were cleaned and reused and some have a higher tendency to crack. I think yours is safe because it’s like a year and a half after the factory fire. Can you tell me the exact name of the module? I’m talking to my mechanic early tomorrow morning, he normally gets better pricing!!! Is the tittle salvage???

  • WTOPHER (seller) 2 weeksago

    @luis.seneriz Dear Luis:

    I neglected to state that the convertible top is currently locked into its fully closed position, and can not be manually overridden by hand. My apologies. Sincerely, Chris

  • WTOPHER (seller) 2 weeksago

    @luis.seneriz Dear Luis:

    The cost for the replacement module is $946.43 from ECS Tuning, plus tax, and the labor involved to install it would require 1.0 to 1.5 hours with programming, so Porsche Barrington would charge $140.00 per hour, since this is their “classic pricing,” which comes out to $210.00. The sum total expense would be figuratively $1,210.00. Also, you could possibly acquire a used module for $200.00 to $400.00 on eBay or other websites, but I never install used parts in my cars. Also, the production date for my Porsche is 10/05/1999. I hope this information helps you out in your decision to consider bidding on the vehicle. Sincerely, Chris.

    https://www.ecstuning.com/Checkout/?utm_source=cmoran&utm_medium=email&utm_content=link2cart&salesrep=cmoran

  • luis.seneriz (registered bidder) 2 weeksago

    Can you tell me manufacturing date, on my car the sticker is on driver door sill. Thanks

  • luis.seneriz (registered bidder) 2 weeksago

    Good night every one and hope everyone one is having a great weekend. Chris I own a 3/98 coupe which is in awesome shape and a blast to drive. The more I drive the car the more I love it. Anyway my wife has met a couple of my Porshe friends and a few with convertibles and here comes my interest in your car. Yes convertibles can be a nightmare. After reading all the comments I just want to make sure that the possible issues with the top are 1. Programming, 2. Tension springs 3. Module, , can anyone tell me which module it is ? Also based on all the new parts that Chris has gotten for the top, to make this functional what are we talking about (I.e $2,000), again I’m not that verse Into convertibles , currently can the top be operated manually or is it locked in place?? Thanks Luis in Texas.

  • kevintho911 2 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $6,000

  • kevintho911 (registered bidder) 2 weeksago

    @WTOPHER I appreciate your well said introduction and comments. GLWTA and best wishes.

  • luis.seneriz 2 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $5,250

  • WTOPHER (seller) 2 weeks, 1 dayago

    @ralavis Dear Ralavis:

    I appreciate you informed me about how LN Engineering entered the warranty information pertaining to the IMS bearing’s terms and conditions to my attention, and I will contact this establishment on Monday to correct the discrepancy, because I did choose “the IMS Solution,” which is what I paid for and should receive. I will let you know what develops by the end of the business day on Monday. Again, thank you for looking into the matter more closely. Sincerely, Chris.

  • WTOPHER (seller) 2 weeks, 1 dayago

    @WTOPHER I apologize for the typo...how I attempted to diplomatically handle one of BlackWaterH20’s many static comments regarding my vehicle listed for sale. Sincerely, Chris.

  • WTOPHER (seller) 2 weeks, 1 dayago

    @BSABlueStar Dear BSABlueStar:

    I would like to express my gratitude for the comments you posted on my auction’s listing, and I believe it speaks highly to your genuine nature, level of integrity, and forthcoming attitude on how you feel I attempted to diplomatically handled the situation with one of BlackWaterH20. Also, I wanted to thank you for congratulating me on my upcoming wedding arrangements set to take place this fall. If I can be of any assistance to you during this process, please do not hesitate to reach out to me again.

    Sincerely,

    Chris

  • BlackWaterH20 2 weeks, 1 dayago

    @BSABlueStar Where is your bid?

  • ralavis (registered bidder) 2 weeks, 1 dayago

    Oh boy the comments on this auction are entertaining.

    Anyway, regarding the IMS, if you search the LNE's database by VIN, you get the 6yr/75k mile serviceable type installed by Porsche Barrington in Nov 2018. Maybe someone made a mistake in entering the data, but that's what LNE says. You can search for yourself: https://imsretrofit.com/ims-check/

  • BSABlueStar (registered bidder) 2 weeks, 1 dayago

    Hi Chris. I to am Chris (or Christopher if you prefer) I am looking seriously at your car. I will have a couple of additional questions and will ask them later. For now I am writing to address something you wrote to the “Spoiler creep” you so perfectly addressed in your reply.

    These creeps try destroy your sale by raising the bizarre “suppositions “and latent fears . I have had it pulled on me and I must say your response was much more respectful than he deserves! If you want proof of his perfidy.here it is... did you notice that he was the bidder on the car? Hmmm if it was so (dodgy?) than why did he plunk down his hard earned cash on the car???

    Hmmm... like I said , I hate these bottom feeders. Oh and as you so astutely observed. , from a technical perspective his comments were pretty much Bull Sh#t!!!

    I do hate these creeps... though it may cost me more by making these comments as I try to Win your auction, but winning like these creeps would leave honest men feeling slightly dirty and grubby...

    So great add, terrific photos (well done and informative) and most importantly your responses to the questioners I must say is simply Elegant!

    Good luck with your sale as well as the up-coming wedding in October!!

    Cheers
    Chris (BSABlueStar)

  • WTOPHER (seller) 2 weeks, 1 dayago

    @ralavis Dear Ralavis:

    According to Porsche Barrington, the retrofitted replacement IMS bearing employed in my vehicle’s application was innovated by LN Engineering, and came with a lifetime warranty expected to serve the remainder of the engine’s number of lifetime running hours. I believe the package is called “the IMS Solution,” and I will include a direct link to their website that explains the engineering process, warranty information, service life, and other FAQs below the content of this message. I hope this information helps all of you guys out. Thanks. Sincerely, Chris.

    https://lnengineering.com/products/the-definitive-guide-and-faq-for-porsche-ims-bearings.html

  • ralavis (registered bidder) 2 weeks, 1 dayago

    For those interested, looks like the IMS fix was applied in Nov 2018 with a recommended service life of 6 yrs/75k miles.

  • Freemaha (registered bidder) 2 weeks, 1 dayago

    I will honor your request @Jsmesgallo the reserve price is zero. Its a no reserve auction

  • WTOPHER (seller) 2 weeks, 2 daysago

    @BlackWaterH20 In response to your inquiry of why I elected to sell the vehicle at this point in time, I plan on getting married in October and am not desperate or strapped for cash, but rather need to make room in the garage for my fiancé’s car. And if I do plan on selling it, why would I continue to invest in a project to make the top functional after everything else I have invested into it to benefit someone else? All other major work has been executed. Finally, if you would like a PPI performed on this Porsche prior to your acquisition of it, I have no objection to your request except that it will be on your dime, not mine.

  • WTOPHER (seller) 2 weeks, 2 daysago

    @BlackWaterH20 Dear BlackWaterH20:

    I reviewed the comments you added to my auction’s post yesterday evening, and I would like the opportunity to satisfy your qualms and general inquiries, despite the fact I feel as though you challenged my judgement on several points pertaining to having worked formerly as a certified auto body technician in my early career, and now, as a registered pharmacist. To the best of my knowledge, the “said” vehicle sustained what “I” would consider to be minor cosmetic damage that caused no frame or structural damage whatsoever, and I honestly myself question why the insurance company elected to claim this vehicle as a total loss at one point in its history based upon consequential damage that affected the front bumper, right front fender, rear right quarter panel, right front headlight, and right side-view mirror. If the car suffered from a “second” and “more severe” collision as you suggested a potential rollover, the airbags would have deployed, the headrests would have most likely been severed from the lower portion of the seats, which would require a trim shop to replace and reupholster the car’s seats, the occupant(s) would most certainly been permanently disfigured or possibly even worse—one or more fatalities, and the airbag deployment, fatalities, and evidence of such damage would be reported to agencies such as CarFax; if that were the case, the vehicle would be irreparable. Also, from an ethical standpoint, I would be completely transparent, disclose such facts, not your erroneous suppositions, and never would have acquired such a vehicle. In terms of the top being inoperable, I have repair orders, invoices for parts, and documentation substantiating the convertible top’s replacement, new headliner, two new hydraulic struts, and a new mechanical motor, which serve as evidence that most all of the problems associated with its functionality have already been addressed, and the only remaining components that are not new include the tension springs, a module, and programming. You “would be” accurate in your assumption that a new top, motor, hydraulic struts, and mechanical motor exceed the current bid of $5,000.00, if not already replaced; however, they have been, and I find it to be perplexing why you elected to scare away fellow enthusiasts and prospective buyers alike by conveying inaccurate information regarding how much it would cost to repair it. I invested well north of $12,000.00 into this vehicle through the reconditioning process, and I also do not appreciate that you devalued my item for sale by suggesting it will never hold or retain resale value of any kind, because most Porsche 996s with this much work out into them easily go for between $28,000.00 to $53,000.00 if Turbos. The tires have less than 1000 miles on them from the install date, and read at 11/32nds.

  • BlackWaterH20 2 weeks, 2 daysago

    Looks like two different accidents, the second not too bad, the first, about every panel of the car except the one that got hit in the second. Multicar accident, a rollover? Since stated above, "the seller, a certified autobody technician, found the car to have only suffered minor cosmetic damage to the right side (on the second accident) which has since been repaired." I see pictures of the minor cosmetic damage, I don't see pictures or references to the "severe" damage" several years prior with made the car a "salvage vehicle"? The buyer (seller now), would probably have some insight into that, what happened, and why he is selling the vehicle now? Would like some details on the major damage. Also, I would suspect with the recent service the seller has an idea what the top to work is going to cost? The dealer would do simple programming for a very low cost and the car was just in the shop last September, or top up time in Chicago, via carfax. These can get expensive on Porsche Cabs (as high as the first bid), can we have an estimate by your Porsche dealer or will you agree to a full PPI on the car for potential buyers' request? Ragtops are fun, but they need to go down and up (better stuck up though). Salvage cars though often a great bargain as this may be, though they will never hold or go up with the P-Car market in value or even hold their value with a Carfax like this. Still may be fun and solid driving car. Finally, correct tires on there ($1K a set), how much tread left and when were they installed, how many miles ago? Thanks so much, GLWS!

  • WTOPHER (seller) 2 weeks, 3 daysago

    @carneed Dear Carneed:

    In response to your question, yes, I retained all of the service records and invoices I accumulated from Discount Tire, ECS Tuning, FcpEuro, and Porsche Barrington. I intend to include all of this documentation with the auction’s winning bidder coupled with the bill of sale, title transfer, and shipping arrangements. If you would like, I am willing to e-mail you a PDF of the requested information prior to the auction’s end. Thanks. Sincerely, Chris.

  • carneed (registered bidder) 2 weeks, 3 daysago

    Hi Chris,

    Do you have any service records/ invoices of the repairs listed above?

  • WTOPHER (seller) 2 weeks, 3 daysago

    Dear Pcarmarket Enthusiasts:

    I would like to introduce myself to you as Chris instead of my username, wtopher, because I too am a real person, my aims and goals are to make the auction and bidding experience as seamless, comfortable, and rewarding for all of you as possible, I promise I will respond to each and every one of your inquiries as expeditiously as possible, and I hope to instill confidence in bidders that I have represented a meticulously maintained vehicle for sale, despite its few flaws, and hope to earn your trust in the upcoming days...Please do not hesitate to ask questions if you feel uncertain, uncomfortable, or just need for me to expound on any aspect of my ownership, maintenance executed, or a detailed history of this Porsche’s background. Thank you for consideration of my vehicle in advance, and I wish all of the Pcarmarket Community the best of luck. Happy bidding. Sincerely, Chris.

  • WTOPHER (seller) 2 weeks, 3 daysago

    Dear Jamesegallo:

    I regret to inform you that I will be unable to honor your request by disclosing to you the reserve or minimum amount I set for my 1999 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet listed on the agency’s site based on Pcarmarket’s terms and conditions. If I can assist you with anything else, please do not hesitate to reach out again, and I will be happy to answer them as expeditiously as possible. Happy bidding. Thank you. Chris.

  • Crashklein 2 weeks, 3 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $5,000

  • virtuaframax 2 weeks, 3 daysago

    @Jamesegallo title says no-reserve

  • Jamesegallo (registered bidder) 2 weeks, 3 daysago

    Whats the reserve on this car? Minimum amount?

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NO RESERVE 1999 Porsche 996 Carrera Cabriolet 6-Speed
Final bid: $11,660 This auction has ended.