17k-Mile 2014 Porsche 911 50th Anniversary 7-Speed
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Final bid:$128,000
Categories: Water-Cooled
Auction type: ReserveSold
19 bids, 55 comments

Vehicle Details


  • Year: 2014
  • Make: Porsche
  • Model: 911 50th Anniversary
  • VIN: WP0AB2A94ES121472
  • Mileage: 27,750
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Title Status: Clean (Lien)
  • Color: Graphite Grey
  • Seller: VP911
  • Seller Type: Private Party
  • Location: Ontario, Canada M3L 1G5
  • Lot #: V-0013923

We are pleased to present this 2014 Porsche 911 50th Anniversary Edition finished in Graphite Grey. Celebrating a major milestone for the Porsche 911, the 50th Anniversary Edition is based on the 991 Carrera S Coupe and was limited to only 1,963 examples worldwide.  This 911 features a special Classic Interior upholstered in black full leather with Pepita cloth seat inserts, brushed aluminum trim, and vintage-style gauges. Designated as #540, this example was also ordered with a desirable 7-speed manual transmission along with Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC), PASM Sport Suspension, the Burmester High-End Surround Sound System, extended leather upholstery, and much more.  It was acquired from the original owner’s collection in 2018 at approximately 6k miles and has since been imported to Ontario, Canada, where it is now being offered for auction with approximately 27,750 kilometers (17k miles) showing on the odometer.

This 911 is finished in Graphite Grey, a rare nonmetallic shade offered exclusively on the 50th Anniversary Edition.  This model is distinguished by its special badging, chrome exterior trim, and 20” Fuchs-inspired wheels finished in matte black with machine-polished centers.  It also sports the wide fenders normally reserved for all-wheel-drive and GTS models.  Optional equipment includes a rear window wiper, LED headlights, and painted headlight cleaner covers.  The finish has been preserved under a layer of clear paint protection film applied over the front bumper, hood, fenders, and A-pillars.  A small stone chip is noted on the hood and driver side quarter panel as well as a small scratch near the rear reflector, additional images are provided in the gallery along with a clean CARFAX report.  The car rides on a set of new Pirelli P Zero tires.

Inside, this 50th Anniversary Edition showcases a Classic Interior upholstered in black full leather with deviated stitching, Pepita cloth seat centers, Alcantara headliner, and brushed aluminum trim.  Unique details include a limitation placard above the glovebox, commemorative door entry guards, “911 50” headrest embroideries, and nostalgic green labeling on the instruments with white pointer needles and silver capped pivot pins.  Optional extended leather upholstery covers the steering column casing, instrument surround, dashboard, door panels, fuse box cover, PCM package, belt outlet trim, and rear compartment.  Other premium features include pedals and footrest in aluminum, Online Services, rear footwell lighting, ParkAssist, Porsche Entry & Drive, and the Burmester High-End Surround Sound System.  A complete list of factory options is provided in the gallery, amounting to an original sticker price of over $155k.

The 50th Anniversary Edition carries a naturally aspirated 3.8L flat-six engine featuring the X51 Exclusive Power Kit, providing an output of up to 430 HP and 325 lb.-ft of torque.  Power is sent to the rear wheels through a 7-speed manual transmission, which allows this 991 to accelerate from 0-60 MPH in under 4 seconds.  This example was also optioned with Power Steering Plus, Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC), and PASM Sport Suspension for superior handling and maneuverability.  The car is described to have been meticulously maintained from new and CARFAX shows a preemptive 40k-mile service to have been completed by Gaudin Porsche of Las Vegas in 2018 at 5,248 miles.

This sale will include a clean title (lien).  Now is your chance to own one of the most sought-after and exclusive models of the 991 generation, do not let this 7-speed 50th Anniversary Edition pass you by.

Auction Results

  • Sold for: $128,000
  • Auction End: Nov 09, 2021 08:53:28PM UTC
  • Number of Bids: 19
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  • kgtkgtkgt 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Sold for $128,000

  • kgtkgtkgt 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Bid in the amount of $128,000

  • mesh 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Bid in the amount of $127,000

  • kgtkgtkgt 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Bid in the amount of $126,000

  • PawPrints (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    amazing car.....

  • emtell 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Bid in the amount of $125,000

  • northboarder911 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Bid in the amount of $123,000

  • kgtkgtkgt 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Bid in the amount of $121,000

  • northboarder911 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Bid in the amount of $120,000

  • mesh 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Bid in the amount of $115,000

  • willydopper 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Bid in the amount of $111,111

  • emtell 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Bid in the amount of $109,000

  • willydopper 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Bid in the amount of $107,000

  • mesh 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Bid in the amount of $103,000

  • willydopper 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Bid in the amount of $100,991

  • VP911 (seller) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @Porsche911channel Windshield and trim replaced - no known accidents or suspicious looking parts on the front end of the car...

  • Porsche911channel (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Does the seller know why the windshield had to be replaced before, and the front trim repaired? Is there a known accident that has not been reported on car fax?

  • VP911 (seller) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @almorako I posted it earlier with the other photos -

  • almorako (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @VP911 any odometer pic?

  • VP911 (seller) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @almorako I don’t have that unit - I know it’s my word on this but the car has never been painted…hence the small scratch on the bumper never been touched either

  • almorako (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    No paint measurements yet?

  • Packard903 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Bid in the amount of $96,000

  • Packard903 (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @VP911 thanks for pointing those out I agree damage was overstated.

  • VP911 (seller) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @Packard903 Pant damage is over rated for a stone chip - LOL

  • VP911 (seller) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @VP911 I have uploaded additional photos on the small imperfections - my Detailer thinks he can buff out the scratch by the rear deflector.
    The trim can be replaced before hand over or left in the car for later replacement.

  • Packard903 (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @VP911 good morning, I’m still interest in seeing those photos of the paint damage?

  • VP911 (seller) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @almorako I am not aware of any fees like that...

  • almorako (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @Mk so tottal on top of final price will be around $10,000 with Pcarmarket fee right?

  • almorako (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @VP911 good afternoon any news on the pics?

  • mesh 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Bid in the amount of $95,000

  • Mk (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @VP911 I think it needs to be clarified that even though this is US vehicle bringing back to US will require paying 2.5% duty and letter from pcna saying this meets us emissostandards. Shipping is simular to In the usa 1,5-3k enclosed. I used tfx brokers they will fill out papers and charge brokerage fees on top.

  • VP911 (seller) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @almorako Hi there - I will post pictures of the actual odometer shortly and arrange to get a paint meter reader etc.
    The re-import to the US should be less than $ 1,000 total...
    An enclosed transport to Florida will be around $ 2,000 estimated.

  • almorako (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    What do you think will be total cost on top of the price for:
    1) customs
    2) you mentioned 2.5% duty
    3) transport to Miami
    Can you please place pictures of the odometer and paint measurements
    Thanks

  • Packard903 (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @VP911 thank you

  • VP911 (seller) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @Packard903 I will post close up photos of the small imperfections shortly.

  • VP911 (seller) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @CABRIOLET-INT I have all my cars with 1 particular leasing company for tax reasons. The payoff is little and should not be of concern.

  • B96813 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Bid in the amount of $92,000

  • Packard903 (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    These photos are beautiful however, because they’re taken at night it’s hard to see the stone chip on the hood and driver side quarter panel and the scratch near the rear reflector. Is possible to provide additional photos of those areas please.

  • PorscheGuys (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Sweet ride …great color, limited edition, numbered car, power kit gives a special sound. I had one and also a 991 White GT3, at the same time ….every cars & coffee event we went to, the 50th had waaay more lookers asking about it, way more than the GT3 …people said it sounded better than the GT3 also . Love those 50th cars …values rising also …. Best …

  • CABRIOLET-INT (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Are you holding the title or is it with a bank needing to be paid off? You mention Lien thus my concern.

    Thank you

  • sportscarguy3 (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    I’m not a big fan of the later model, larger Porsche’s, but man! This is a handsome 911
    Great color, dig the wheels, what a looker!
    Good luck all

  • almorako (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Could you please put pictures of paint and odometer measurements

  • VP911 (seller) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @luis.seneriz you dont pay anything to the Canadian government if the car is being transported out of Canada and the paperwork is stamped / finalized the proper way.

  • HelpMeHelpU 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Bid in the amount of $89,991

  • luis.seneriz (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @GLHatWFO you mean we have to pay 2.5 percent to the Canadian government?

  • VP911 (seller) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @luis.seneriz If the car was indeed a US vehicle and titled in the US before - the process to "re-import" is pretty simple. This car has a copy of the original title and was registered. Happy to assist with the process if necessary.

  • GLHatWFO (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    If you are a potential US buyer, best option is to retain the services of a Customs Broker. Current cost for the brokerage fees are approximately $500 which are exclusive of 2.5% duty and transport costs.
    The broker handles the paperwork and can also facilitate the transport.

  • luis.seneriz (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @VP911 as a US buyer do we have to pay anything in Canada. You said is a simple process to bring the car
    Back, can you elaborate please? Thanks

  • Carczar (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @vp911 Fantastic spec! Can you confirm the mileage today? The description says 27,750km vs 29k recorded on carfax in September.

  • Packard903 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Bid in the amount of $60,911

  • Packard903 (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @VP911 great thank you!

  • VP911 (seller) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @Packard903 Of course - another big service with spark plugs, oil, air filter, brake fluid flush, AC Cabin Filters and Belt. Premium Fuel only etc.

  • Packard903 (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @VP911 thank you for getting back to me and I’ll do a little research from my end. However, has the been a more recent service since March 2018?

  • VP911 (seller) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @Packard903 I can get a proper quote for you - but my guess is around $ 3K -

  • Packard903 (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Wonderful colors and options ! Any idea what it would cost to ship it in an enclosed trailer to the greater Seattle area??

  • luis.seneriz (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    In January I picked up my 996 coupe. Drove it 1300 miles without a problem from Wisconsin to Houston at 3 am in the morning ripping thru gears 18 wheelers were doing 80-90 I got it up to 160, whoever own my car set it up like a go cart. Every time I take it out I’m busting the tower once everything is warmed up. What amazes me is how stable the car is at triple digit speeds. There is no substitute.

  • fc356 (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Please post paint meter readings. Thank you

  • luis.seneriz (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    This is a serious bd assssss car. If I win it this thing ain’t sitting in a garage. I would love to drive it back to the us. At 2 or 3 in the morning is 150 and above what an awesome car.

  • luis.seneriz 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Bid in the amount of $50,911

  • speedfreak31 (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    That is a GREAT looking car. I have the same radar detector integrated into the same spot on my 991S. Only other one I've seen like that.

    Also, I wonder how those wheels would look on my white 991, they sure look good on this one!

  • VP911 (seller) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @zardoz the car is a US vehicle and reads in MP/H

  • zardoz (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Does the odometer/speedometer read in miles or kilometers? No pictures of illuminated dash

  • JmanTX (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Great Spec and photography, will keep an eye on this one as it progresses...anyone know what HP was on this model?

  • jakejarnold 2 years, 5 monthsago

    What a fantastic 911, the interior is as cool as it gets! I too would be looking to drive it back into the US after purchasing. I look forward to watching the bidding. Thanks

  • sjg507 (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @VP911 @VP911: Thank you for replying. PPF can be tricky. I will look into the cost of bringing the car back into the US.

  • VP911 (seller) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @sjg507 Yeah - when they did the PPF - the installer made a little mistake...but never fixed it or replaced it...I can push him to get this done...but its minor...and its an extra protection...

  • VP911 (seller) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @GLHatWFO The car has been detailed since then and the water stains are gone :)
    Good eye though...

  • VP911 (seller) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @sjg507 the car was brought into Canada and licensed. It is a simple process to get the car back to the US -

  • sjg507 (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @GLHatWFO: It is hard to tell, so I thought I would ask.

  • GLHatWFO (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    @sjg507, those look like water stains when I enhanced the image.

  • whojoemama 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Great car, great spec. i have black/black/PDK version of this, my wife refuses to let me sell it. GTWA.

  • sjg507 (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Pic 27 seems to show bubbles in the clear PP film. Is that the case? Are there other areas where the film is delaminating or bubbling? Can you provide close up pics of the noted paint imperfections, showing the relative size of each? Thank you.

  • sjg507 (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    I see that this 911 was first titled in the US. Was anything done to the car to federalize it for Canada? If so, please identify what was done. Any idea what the re-import process would involve and cost? Thank you.

  • REB27 (registered bidder) 2 years, 5 monthsago

    Gorgeous car and probably out of my budget. But, out of curiosity, is it reasonably feasible, both from cost and hassle factor, to drive such a purchase across the border (I live in northern New England)? Thank you.

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