Available for auction is this 2001 Porsche 986 Boxster S finished in Biarritz White over a Graphite Grey partial leather interior. Being an “S” model, this 986 Boxster comes equipped with a larger 3.2L flat-six engine along with a more sport-oriented suspension setup and upgraded braking system. This example is said to have undergone numerous service items within the last year including an upgraded LN Engineering IMS bearing, clutch kit, water pump, drive belt, and a new convertible soft top. With just under 65k miles currently showing on the odometer, this Boxster S is being offered for auction by its owner out of Colorado.
This Boxster S is finished in Biarritz White with a black convertible soft top. The seller notes a small touchup on the passenger side door as well as a few small chips and license plate mounting holes on the front bumper; additional photos are provided in the gallery. CARFAX shows minor damage to have occurred to the roof in 2017 prior to the seller’s ownership, and a new convertible soft top has been installed within the last year including a glass rear window and defroster. Compared with a standard Boxster, this Boxster S features grey front air intake grilles, a matte silver rear emblem, and dual tailpipes located in the center of the rear valence. This 986 rides on upgraded 18" Porsche Sport Design wheels wrapped in Sumitomo tires showing date codes from 2016.
Inside, you will find a well-presented Graphite Grey and black partial leather interior with power-adjustable seats, cruise control, and automatic climate control. The seller notes that the original Porsche radio has been upgraded to a newer Kenwood stereo with a USB outlet and Bluetooth connectivity. Minor creasing has been reported on the driver’s seat along with scuffs on the back of the headrests and a few small imperfections on the center console as depicted in the photo gallery. All gauges and accessories are said to be working properly at this time.
Power comes from a mid-mounted 3.2L flat-six engine that sends up to 250 HP to the rear wheels by way of a desirable 6-speed manual transmission. Compared with the standard model, the Boxster S offers more sport-oriented suspension tuning and larger brakes with red-painted four-piston monobloc calipers and cross-drilled discs. This example benefits from an upgraded LN Engineering IMS bearing installed by Auto Werks East of Colorado within the last year. During the time of the IMS bearing upgrade the seller also opted to install a new Porsche clutch kit, flywheel bolts, pressure plate bolts, and an OEM Porsche flywheel. Other notable recent service items are said to include transmission, clutch, and brake fluid flushes, fuel, air, and cabin filters, spark plugs, a new water pump, thermostat, and drive belt. Additionally, oil services are said to have been completed regularly with samples sent to Blackstone Labs for analysis.
This sale will include the original owner's manuals, a toolkit, Porsche windstop, and a clean title. With some major service items recently addressed, this Boxster S is ready for its next owner to get behind the wheel.