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This month’s Total 911 magazine has a major feature on the 911 Turbo S series, from the 964 to the 997. And the main feature car is a beautiful 996 Turbo S which we had specially photographed in the studio. That car has now come up for sale and I’m selling it! It really is a lovely, low mileage, beautifully maintained example. Now, while standard 996 Turbos are relatively commonplace and some are surprisingly cheap, as with anything in life, you get what you pay for. The sub-£30,000 Turbos are early, high-mileage examples that, quite frankly, are often quite tired. […]
I’ve had a request for up to six 968 Clubsports for export to Australia. Now, I know the Clubsport is a rare car – I believe only 189 RHD examples were made – so this is optimistic. However, if you do happen to be selling one of these great cars, do please get in touch.
A Porsche 996 Turbo for under £24,000? That’s remarkable and is surely a bargain supercar, when you consider the Turbo’s performance and pedigree. Look more closely at this example, though, and the price begins to make sense. It ‘s a 2000 car, so one of the first Turbos and has covered almost 104,000 miles, which is the highest I’ve seen on a Turbo. It doesn’t have PCM either but that’s no big deal as the sat-nav is now old technology. Not sure if the lady owner is a plus or a minus, though… 😉 The advert is rather vague, so […]
My second 911 – and the one I have the fondest memories of – was a Forest Green 964. It was a great car and part of the inspiration for buying it was John Miles’ website, fondly known as John’s 964 Web. John started the site back in 2001 – when such fan sites were still a novelty – and it soon had a large following of 964 enthusiasts around the world. However, by 2005, John was busy with other things and the site lay dormant. Therefore, I’m proud to have spent time over the weekend helping to resurrect the […]
I’ve just sold a 911 to a guy who exports cars to Australia. And he’s desperate to find more – 911s, Lamborghinis and Ferraris. And he’s desperately looking for a really good 944 Turbo. So, if you’re looking to sell your Porsche and you think it’d like to start a new life down under, do get in touch with me. Rather your car stayed in the UK? No problem, I can help you sell it. Again, get in touch!