This 2013 Porsche 991 Carrera 4S Coupe comes finished in Platinum Silver Metallic over an Agate Grey leather interior and features a 7-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) transmission connected to its naturally aspirated 3.8-liter engine. The car was generously optioned at an original cost of over $134k including the Sport Exhaust System, Power Sport Seats, Premium Package, Sport Chrono Package, painted exterior trim, and a host of additional driver amenities. Cared for by two previous owners and routinely serviced by an authorized dealer, this Carrera S is now being offered for auction by its seller out of Texas while showing just over 10k miles on the odometer.
The Platinum Silver Metallic finish is carried to the optional painted air intake grilles as well as the lower front spoiler, side skirts, mirror bases, and rear apron. Compared to an entry-level Carrera, the 4S model includes wider fenders, red-painted brake calipers, quad exhaust outlets, and a rear LED strip connecting the taillights. Factory 20” Carrera S wheels come dressed in Pirelli P Zero tires with production date codes ranging from 2017 to 2018. The seller notes the lower rocker panels were previously refinished to match the rest of the car, additional images are provided in the gallery along with paint meter readings and a clean CARFAX report.
The cabin is appointed with Agate Grey leather including optional 14-way Power Sport Seats and a heated multifunction steering wheel. The selected Premium Package adds front seat heating and ventilation, Porsche Dynamic Light System (PDLS), Porsche Entry & Drive, and Light Design Package. Other options include automatically dimming mirrors, an electric sunroof, Power Steering Plus, Voice Control, BOSE Surround Sound System, and pedals & footrest in aluminum. The seller notes slight indentations were left in the rear passenger area from a previously installed child seat.
A naturally aspirated 3.8-liter flat-six engine provides up to 400 HP to all four wheels through a 7-speed PDK transmission. Equipped with the optional Sport Chrono Package which adds a launch control function, the Carrera 4S accelerates from 0-60 MPH in approximately 4 seconds. The optional Sport Exhaust System provides a louder and more aggressive tone which can be toggled between a quieter setting by using a button on the center console. The CARFAX report shows routine service entries from Porsche Dallas dating back to 2013.
This sale will include a clean title (lien).
The seller would like you to know: “Thank you for visiting my auction. I am a Porsche enthusiast, and this Porsche has been stored in a climate-controlled parking garage with 24/7 security and controlled gate access. All maintenance is up to date and the latest inspection was completed in February 2023.”
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Excellent buy. Nicely done @cRow.
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@toothdoc maybe smudges, there are not rock chips. See the more detailed pictures provided. Thank you
@toothdoc I’m not sure what you’re referring to. There is no damage, water spotting or anything on the hood. Likely a reflections. The pictures were taken on an overcast day and this paint color is slightly different in various light.
in photo #1, there appears to be rock chips on the front bumper/hood, but not in the other photos. Is there actual rock chips or is it just the photo?
What is the dark streak going up the hood? Dirt or water spots, or damage?
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@catdog2 Thank you for the question. According to PCAR, the buyer will pay the small lien to transfer the title and the remainder of the funds will go to the seller (two separate transactions totaling the purchase price).
Hi so do you have the car title in hand?
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@whavins4 that’s for showing the detail. Now I see that the side skirts were originally black, which is a what is showing through.
@155MPH To elaborate further, I always preferred to body match the side skirts because I thought it looked better on the car and I think most would agree.
@rbrunson Yes, reference picture 66 showing both 'Navi' and 'Map' buttons below the screen.
@ckelly011 Yes, and it was in for service recently with no needs other than oil change. Please feel free to reach out to Park Place choice on your own for independent verification. Thank you.
@155MPH Sorry, it's the last photo listed now.
@155MPH I'm told PCar is uploading a photo of the cosmetic nickel size fix on the rocker panel. Once that happens I will state what photo number for reference.
Additional content has been added to the gallery for this listing.
Has the car had all of its time/mileage based services completed? Thanks GLWA
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@whavins4 What was the cosmetic damage to the skirts? Do you have pics before it was repainted? BTW, this is a beautiful car, I am just curious about how such a beautiful low mileage car needed to be touched up as such.
This car has been a true delight to own. It was sold new at Park Place Porsche Dallas and traded in for a new one at around 6.5k miles by an older gentlemen, then I purchased the car from them and put the limited miles on it over the past 4.5 years. It has performed as you'd expect, perfectly over that time. The reason for the sale is that I would like for someone new to be able to enjoy it more often or someone who appreciates a low mile car to care for it for a long period of time. I trust this community as the next care taker. Here to answer any questions, but the car does speak for itself. Likely the lowest mile 991.1 4S for sale in the world. On a 10 scale the car is a 9.8 in my book. Thank you all.
@155MPH Thank you for the question. The skirts were painted on the car and not removed, therefore it does show some slight separation when you're eye level with the rocker, but when you are very little higher than that line, such as pic 25, it does not show. Only shows that the skirt is an additional part to the bottom of the car. Those pics are provided for transparency so that you can see the imperfections at ground level. Standing next to the car none of it is visible.
what is the black that is showing in the seam on pics 22-24? Dirt? Chips in the paint?