2013 Porsche 991 Carrera S Coupe

Now available for auction is this 2013 Porsche 991 Carrera S presented in Agate Grey Metallic over a black interior.  A lifelong California car, this 2013 example was purchased by its current owner in 2015 as a Certified Pre-Owned vehicle from Rusnak Porsche of Westlake.  It features exclusive factory options including the Sport Chrono Package, Bose Audio, the Premium Package, Power Steering Plus, and Platinum semi-gloss painted wheels, as well as a dealer-installed Porsche Sport Exhaust system (PSE).  This 991 has been dealer maintained throughout its life and is currently showing approximately 36,500 miles on the odometer. Remaining in exemplary overall condition with a recent full service carried out, this Carrera S is now being offered for auction by its second owner out of Westlake Village, CA. accompanied by original books, tools, keys, and a complete collection of service records since the current ownership.

The Agate Grey Metallic exterior remains in excellent condition and the seller reports that clear paint protection film was applied over the entire front end and mirror covers at the time of his purchase in 2015.  Detailed images are provided in the photo gallery.  CARFAX shows no damage, and the seller indicates the paint to be all original. This 991 showcases 20” Carrera S wheels in an exclusive Platinum semi-gloss finish, that also feature factory 5mm wheel spacers and colored Porsche center crests.  Pirelli P Zero tires are currently mounted bearing approximately 5k miles of use in the rear and 10k miles in the front.

The driver is situated in a black interior with 14-way Power Sport Seats.  Exclusive details listed on the $119,785 factory specification sheet (excluding the added $3k Sport Exhaust) include seatbelts in Guards Red, Porsche crested headrests, and instrument dials in Guards Red.  Premium features also include the Bose Audio Package, Premium Package Plus, a navigation module, electric folding side mirrors, Sport Chrono Package Plus, Power Steering Plus, and an electric sunroof.  The front and rear hood struts have been newly replaced and the cabin is said to be in excellent shape, save for a small imperfection depicted on the steering wheel center.

This first-generation 991 is equipped with a naturally aspirated 3.8 L flat-six engine rated at 400 HP.  A 7-speed dual-clutch PDK transmission transfers power to the rear wheels which, paired with the optional Sport Chrono Package Plus, allows this coupe to accelerate from 0-60 MPH in as little as 4.1 seconds.  This example also features Power Steering Plus as well as an OEM Sport Exhaust system that was dealer-installed under the current ownership.  All routine service has been carried out through authorized Porsche dealers including the scheduled replacement of the drive belt at 34,700 miles and a very recent full service and brake fluid flush.

 

This sale will include a set of keys, original books, tools, service records, and a clean title (lien).

 

 

Auction Results

  • Sold for: $65,000
  • Auction End: Jan. 20, 2021, 3:10 p.m.
  • Number of Bids: 26
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Comments (62)

  • Wildwilly22 4 days, 9 hoursago

    Sold for $65,000

  • Wildwilly22 4 days, 9 hoursago

    Bid in the amount of $65,000

  • foddtunk 4 days, 9 hoursago

    Bid in the amount of $64,750

  • Wildwilly22 4 days, 9 hoursago

    Bid in the amount of $64,500

  • foddtunk 4 days, 9 hoursago

    Bid in the amount of $64,000

  • Wildwilly22 4 days, 9 hoursago

    Bid in the amount of $63,000

  • agroger (registered bidder) 4 days, 9 hoursago

    what a nice car, great job seller!

  • jjajsav 4 days, 9 hoursago

    Bid in the amount of $62,000

  • Laymay 4 days, 9 hoursago

    Bid in the amount of $61,500

  • Imagerep (seller) 4 days, 9 hoursago

    Before this auction ends, I would like to thank everyone who sent me questions and left nice comments about this fine vehicle. Good luck to all those bidding and I know whoever does win will continue to take excellent care of her.

  • jran76 4 days, 10 hoursago

    Bid in the amount of $61,000

  • Laymay 4 days, 10 hoursago

    Bid in the amount of $60,500

  • jjajsav 4 days, 10 hoursago

    Bid in the amount of $60,000

  • Red94spdstr 4 days, 10 hoursago

    Bid in the amount of $58,750

  • Laymay 4 days, 10 hoursago

    Bid in the amount of $57,500

  • Red94spdstr 4 days, 11 hoursago

    Bid in the amount of $56,000

  • Laymay 4 days, 14 hoursago

    Bid in the amount of $55,500

  • Red94spdstr 5 days, 7 hoursago

    Bid in the amount of $54,000

  • Imagerep (seller) 5 days, 13 hoursago

    Note regarding Freight: For those bidding and concerned about freight, I will assist if need be by getting you in touch with a top notch trusted automotive freight company specializing in exotics. One less thing to think about and one I recommend who is fully bonded and insured.

  • Imagerep (seller) 6 days, 5 hoursago

    @Fourty7 I just finished up a post purchase Porsche Inspection at my dealership and as I sit in this GTS at the dealership while writing this, my thanks to you. Not only letting people out there my passion for Porsche and keeping cars pristine, but thank you for doing the same. Porsche just gave me a thumbs-up on my new (your previous) GTS.

    I’m not here to hijack this thread and go off track, just to let others know that buying a vehicle through an auction can work well. The folks at PCarMarkerplace impressed me during my purchase and that’s why I decided to use them in this sell. Best to all!

  • Fourty7 (registered bidder) 6 days, 5 hoursago

    @Imagerep was a very meticulous "potential buyer" at the time when bidding and inquiring about his new to him 2016 GTS sold here on PCARMARKET. In closing a deal and delivering the car to him we had many talks about buying/selling Porsche's and maintaining them during ownership. The guys knows his stuff and doesn't cut corners, I've never seen this car but can guarantee it was well taken care of it and will be delivered/sold just as it's presented here on the auction. Bid with confidence!

  • targahawk 6 days, 9 hoursago

    Bid in the amount of $53,000

  • titans99 6 days, 9 hoursago

    Bid in the amount of $49,911

  • titans99 (registered bidder) 6 days, 9 hoursago

    Thanks for the seat pictures.

  • clsgroupusa 6 days, 10 hoursago

    Bid in the amount of $46,000

  • GIS361 6 days, 10 hoursago

    Bid in the amount of $45,250

  • PCARMARKET 6 days, 11 hoursago

    New photos have been added to the listing gallery.

  • Imagerep (seller) 6 days, 12 hoursago

    These rotor questions/concern are about to be put to bed. I understand those interested in bidding in questioning, but I also realize few of us are brake experts.

    The REASON for rotors having eventual wear groves is DUE TO THE ROTOR COOLING HOLES. Rotors with no cooling holes do not show these grooves, those that have cooling holes, eventually do!

    Currently, the pads, as I've earlier stated, ARE still within Porsche specification, but are getting low.

    That's it folks so lets get serious bidding going, Good Luck!

  • titans99 1 weekago

    Bid in the amount of $44,991

  • Imagerep (seller) 1 weekago

    This is the company (link below) that installed the Clear Bra and now I use them on all my car purchases, new or pre-owned:
    https://ghostshieldfilm.com/

    This is the company that performed all my 911 Detailing:
    http://www.lavaggio.net/

    I have spared no expense taking care of this 911. All top end folks, including Rusnak Porsche Westlake for ALL service, except my Pirelli P-Zero tire purchases.

  • titans99 (registered bidder) 1 weekago

    @Imagerep once again, thank you for so much detail. This is in great condition and these are indeed small imperfections. I’ve bought several vehicles sight unseen and, as you know, sometimes there are surprises. I appreciate you helping reduce the possibility of those surprises.

  • Imagerep (seller) 1 weekago

    @titans99 Thanks @titans99 for your questions. Let me go over the entire car for you..... First, there are NO dents whatsoever in the metal body.

    1. Photo 14: these 2 "whitish" marks is that of the clear bra that actually did it's job and protected the paint from road debris.

    2. Photo 10: Hood. small chip UNDER clear bra as well as a couple other left of the emblem. They are so small, it was an easy decision to just cover them with the Clear Bra. Note: the previous owner returned from 2 yr lease at 23k mi. I installed the Clear Bra when I bought the car from the dealer and it was dealer included in my sales price. The small chips were no big deal to me, being so small, it did not discourage me from buying the car. However, to prevent further chip damage, I paid the $2.8k extra for the full front Clear Bra install.

    3. Photo 11: Bottom rubber guard - this Porsche designed to protect the bumper from damage when entering or exiting driveways, etc. These will always be scratched as they often can contact with the asphalt/steep driveways even if driven slowly at an angle. They are easily replaced and Porsche replaces them anytime a car gets CPO'd.

    4. Photo 12: Top Grille/left side; a little blurry, but a small indentation in plastic due to road debris. This same debris hit the lower plastic panel at lower left. That is more of an indentation. Luck was on my side and NO metal was touched from that one debris occurrence while on the freeway. These plastic parts can be easily replaced, but again, its not that noticeable unless you know it's there, IMO.

    5. Photo 15: rear bumper is this paint flaw. I assume someone tapped me when parked. Looks large in photo as it's close up, but look at photos further back. I intentionally took these close up shots to show all paint flaws.

    6. Photo 16: Right rear quarter panel has this VERY small paint chip. One that was there when I bough the car.

    7. Photo 24: Inside driver door panel. Yes, can be called dimpling in leather, I guess. I'll take a better clearer shot and post tomorrow. Never noticed it until now. It's likely the impression of the dense foam that the leather is adhered to, my guess.

    8. I will also re-shoot Driver seat tomorrow . There is no unusual wear that I know of.

    In closing, I've looked at other auctions, including the one I just did and can say I am giving more details than any of those I've read.... and more than happy to do so. My new 17k mi GTS, which has no Clear Bra (but will have very soon), has as about the same # of rock chips as this car (at 36.5k mi) but none were disclosed as no close up shots were posted of them. However, I will be covering these with a new Clear Bra to prevent further chip damage and will happily live with these small imperfections. This car as you know, is already protected with an invisible Clear Bra so another plus, IMO.

  • Digs 1 weekago

    Bid in the amount of $41,991

  • titans99 (registered bidder) 1 weekago

    @Imagerep thanks for that helpful info as well. I agree those are expensive maintenance items that have already been handled, and that’s great to know won’t be needed for quite some time. Would you mind confirming a couple things for me? In photos 16 & 24, can you confirm these chips that are being pictured are not dinged (dented)? Also, photo 24 appears the show what looks like dimpling of the leather, but could possibly be due to what appears to be a strong angle of the sun. Lastly, for now, would you be able to provide a picture of the drivers seat bolsters? Thanks for being so detailed and open with answering questions.

  • Imagerep (seller) 1 weekago

    @Digs Hi @Digs Please read my reply after I had Porsche Service review again. Also, if you look at the GTS pics I just bought, all 4 rotors on that 911 also has grooves. It's normal rotor wear for Porsche. Yes, all 4 rotors will need replacement at the next pad change, which will be sooner than later.

    BTW, no one has mentioned tire thread or even the battery. Thread is good front and rear and no tires needed for some time, assuming this car is not tracked. A new $552 Porsche factory battery was installed Oct 2019 (34,043 miles). Another expensive item that should last until 2026/27 if properly maintained. Lastly, a new engine belt was replaced per Porsche schedule at 34,266 mi (12/2019).

    My point is, if one is looking for a car with no maintenance for years to come, one really needs to buy a brand new car, such as this was at a sticker ~$120k (not including PSE). The rotors should is not a show stopper and does not have to be done by a dealer, just a shop that knows Porsche. Albeit I always use an authorized Porsche dealer/service and shallow the extra cost that's associated with it, that's just me and want piece of mind of superior service. This is a special vehicle IMHO.

  • Digs (registered bidder) 1 weekago

    @Imagerep Nice car & spec. I go back to the first comment by @titans99: What ARE those grooves? They are clearly evident on 3 of 4 corners. I've never seen this before. It doesn't look "healthy". Probably time for a pad and rotor change, me thinks.

  • Imagerep (seller) 1 weekago

    Walk-around video now up.

  • GIS361 1 week, 1 dayago

    Bid in the amount of $41,000

  • Imagerep (seller) 1 week, 1 dayago

    Today I received my 2016 911 GTS that I recently won on this auction site that had to be shipped from new Orleans to Southern California. I had never bought a car this way in the past and I understand the anxiety level purchasing an expensive car, without touching and feeling it, yet alone not driving it. I get it! The car is awesome and next week it goes in for a full inspection from my dealer for an extended warranty purchase. The car has a few more minor road rash paint flaws that were advertised, but that's ok as they are very minor. If one wants a flawless car, buy one with zero miles on the odometer.

    In this auction, nothing goes undisclosed. there are so few paint flaws to disclose anyway. My point is, who ever bids, I want the party to not go through the high anxiety as I just did.

    To further wet your appetite, I just made a short walk-around video so keep peeled to this auction site as it will be uploaded shortly.

  • Imagerep (seller) 1 week, 1 dayago

    Pic of Literature and Key FOBs added

  • PCARMARKET 1 week, 1 dayago

    A new video has been posted to the listing.

  • Imagerep (seller) 1 week, 1 dayago

    @titans99 ; PCM are aware of the issue and working on it now. hopefully will be up and running soon.

  • titans99 (registered bidder) 1 week, 1 dayago

    @Imagerep I may be the only one, but I can’t view the video. Do you have a link to the video?

  • Imagerep (seller) 1 week, 1 dayago

    One person interested in this auction sent me a private message yesterday about the upper interior door panels. Apparently and something unknown to me until yesterday, the Porsche 991.1 as well as the Boxster and Cayman of the same era are known to have warped upper interior door panels over time. I found a YouTube video to confirm it as I never heard of this issue before. I took additional photos and added them at the bottom of photo gallery. Until yesterday, something I never noticed but I do see a SLIGHT gap as the trim panel curves at the top at both interior doors. I see this as no big deal (being that I never had noticed it prior) but I want to disclose anything that comes up.

    BTW, also newly added is the CARFAX as well as the PSE Video/Audio above.

  • BarryLe (registered bidder) 1 week, 1 dayago

    Scot: I know Vinnie well and I will speak with him. The car is really special.

  • Imagerep (seller) 1 week, 2 daysago

    To speed up the Certificate of Title transfer, if this car sells, yesterday I visited by bank and paid off the small balance of the remaining loan. The revised Cert (with the lien removed) will be received soon after the completion of this auction.

  • Laymay 1 week, 2 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $40,000

  • titans99 (registered bidder) 1 week, 2 daysago

    @Imagerep That's even better. That means all the buttons have the same exposure and usage, so there is no color difference. It makes sense now. Thanks so much for clarifying and adding those details.

  • Mrosilio (registered bidder) 1 week, 2 daysago

    @Imagerep Awesome - Thank you for clarifying

  • Imagerep (seller) 1 week, 2 daysago

    @titans99 Exactly. The wiring harness in these models are the same, with PSE or no PSE. So adding the PSE, wiring was already in place. One would think Porsche would just add a PSE button onto the existing Panel, but no, I had to order an entire new Panel that had the full configuration as if it came from the original build. Before my PSE purchase I looked at other aftermarket exhausts but in the end I wanted this car to remain all original Porsche, so I choose PSE.

  • Imagerep (seller) 1 week, 2 daysago

    @Mrosilio Good Question
    An OEM Porsche Sport Exhaust I had my Porsche Dealer install just after purchase. It was the only thing missing from the original build that I wanted. The install included the exhaust system itself AND a completely new Console Control Panel, including the PSE switch. It's functions as if it was originally from the factory. Porsche also had to configure the computer (one of the reasons I had it installed by the dealer) to recognize the PSE. Pro install all the way. I will post a video of the exhaust when parked. Give me some time to work on that. It sounds so sweet and I never regretted the extra expense, about $3k.

  • titans99 (registered bidder) 1 week, 2 daysago

    @Mrosilio I'll let the seller confirm, but he mentioned in the ad a Dealer Installed PSE, so I am assuming the dealer installed the standard factory PSE and installed the button in a space that was a blank from the factory. I think the wiring harness is already there on non-PSE cars, so dealers can install fairly easily.

  • Mrosilio (registered bidder) 1 week, 2 daysago

    Hey,

    Just to clarify - The exhaust button on the center console was added when the dealer installed the sport exhaust? Or did the car come optioned with the exhaust button and you upgraded to a different sport exhaust? Ultimately, I'm curious if the exhaust button is still functioning because I have seen it become a "dummy" button on cars with a non stock exhaust.

    Either way, please post a driving video if possible. Would love to hear it.

    Thanks!

  • Imagerep (seller) 1 week, 2 daysago

    @Imagerep Correction: I was thinking of my Audi. Not a ignition button but turn of the ignition knob left of the steering wheel, naturally located for a Porsche.

  • Medaltech 1 week, 2 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $34,000

  • Imagerep (seller) 1 week, 2 daysago

    Add-on mention. This Carrera is keyless. Included are two Porsche (911 shaped) Fobs included. No key or fob is inserted to enter or start this 911. Just keep the Fob in your pocket, sit in the drivers seat, hit the Start Button, and go.

  • Kirklan 1 week, 2 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $32,000

  • Caymanarrrr (registered bidder) 1 week, 2 daysago

    Clean and nicely specced 991 including the little things like touches of red that really make a car stand out over the dealer builds. I would be bidding but it looks like I found my 991 today. If seller didn't have a reserve it might have kept me in the game, but sort of glad it does because I would be more torn. Glws and enjoy that new MT GTS!!

  • Medaltech 1 week, 3 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $30,000

  • Imagerep (seller) 1 week, 3 daysago

    Thank you Titans99 for your good question. I would had responded sooner but after reading your post this morning, I immediately called my dealer for a response. Keep in mind, I had brake service done just last month (fluid flush and replace) and again yesterday for visual check as well as installing new front and rear pneumatic pistons for the front and rear engine lids.

    Here is what the Rusnak Porsche Service Advisor stated after inspection less than an hour ago: All rotors show normal wear. They are fine now but need to be replaced when the pads hit their minimum wear point. Front pads currently show 4mm and rear are at 4.5mm, Therefore, currently they remain within Porsche specification. I will say I have zero brake noise and smooth braking, which is why your comment took me by surprise. He continued to say, rotors are not replaced until the pads need replacing. Time for pad replacement depends on driving conditions., so replace when the warning light appears. Might be in 5k miles (or less) or much longer if most driving is highway. Less if stop and go, or aggressive braking. But as of now, they remain in Porsche spec which is why did not not flag any issues the last 2 recent visits. These are all original brake parts.

    Lastly and unrelated, there is one picture in the group that shows the rear bumper with the spoiler up. There is a piece of polishing cloth thread stuck onto the third numeral "1" ... it's NOT a scratch as it may appear!

  • titans99 (registered bidder) 1 week, 3 daysago

    Beautiful car. I will definitely be watching with interest. I am curious, though, about the rotors. Any idea as to why they are so grooved and the inspection didn't recommend replacement?

  • Imagerep (seller) 1 week, 4 daysago

    I am the owner of this fine 991.1\911S and wanted to introduce myself to those who might be interested in this beautiful Porsche. I was not planning on selling it until last week when I unexpectedly won the bidding of a Sapphire Blue Metallic 2016 911 GTS on this same auction site. My wife is still upset at me but that's another story.

    I won't repeat what has already been written above but will say I have taken care of this vehicle as if it were my own child since purchase. I have never sent it through a car wash and done all washing myself Griot's fan) and occasional full detailing done by a local exotic car detail facility (Lavaggio in Agoura Hills CA). It had a little over 23k miles after the original owner turned it back in after his 2-year lease expired. Since my purchase 5 years ago, I've added about 13k fun local driving miles. It's been a weekend driver for me, when not raining.

    Please ask away and I will answer any question as quickly as possible. The one question you might ask is why did I decided to buy another 911? Simple. The ONLY reason is although this PDK Dual Clutch transmission is likely the best automatic of any auto manufacturer today, I missed manual shifting. Had this vehicle been a manual, this auction would not exist. Good Luck bidding.

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2013 Porsche 991 Carrera S Coupe
Final bid: $65,000 This auction has ended.