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  1. 996 Silver Guard Plus OEM outdoor car cover for sale. Part number is PNA508996 - w/aero kit. I used it on a 996 with a GT3 deck lid and wing. It will also fit the taco wing of the aero kit. I certain it can be used on 997s with aero kit as well. $125 shipped.
  2. Part # 996.505.983.01 Fits: 1999-2001 996/986 vehicles Details: I'm selling a brand new OEM Porsche MK.1 GT3 Front Bumper. It will fit '99-'01 996 and 986 vehicles. Made of raw plastic, ready for primer and paint. If desired, license plate holes can be filled when you get it painted. Note: This DOES NOT include a tow hook cover and an OEM front lip that attaches to the bottom of the bumper. Price: $1200 + shipping
  3. Category: Wheels & Tires Price: $2650 Private or Vendor Listing: Private Listing Part fits: Porsche 911 997 Turbo, Porsche 911 997 Non-Turbo, Porsche 911 996 Turbo, Porsche 911 996 Non-Turbo Location (State): CA Item Condition: Used Shipping Information: Item can be shipped Like New - Clean - 20" HRE FF01 Wheel Set Finish- Liquid Silver Fits- 2012+ Porsche 991 Narrow Body, Turbo, C4, C4S, Carrera Carrera S Narrow Body- No spacers needed Turbo- Run a 5mm rear spacer Turbo S- Run a 7mm rear spacer Fitment Front- 20x8.5 ET50 Weight- 23.8lbs Rear- 20x11 ET60 Weight- 24.6lbs Recommended tire sizes Front- 245/35/20 Rear- 295/30/20 or 305/30/20 (4) 8mm spacers will be included which can be used for Porsche 911 (991) 01H008550022-01 Aluminum Forged Made in Japan
  4. I recently purchased my first Porsche, a 2003 C4S, so I'm new to RennTech. It came with these beautiful HRE wheels but I'm kind of a purist about these things so I've gone back to Turbo Twists. The wheels are in great condition, some small chips on the paint around the lug nuts. They are authentic HRE wheels made specifically for the wide body 996/997 C4S and Turbo. Style: 840R Front: 19x8.5 ET 41 Rear: 19x11 ET 31 Center finish: Standard Silver Paint Outer finish: Polish As this car is new to me, I have no idea how many miles they have on them or when they were mounted. Three of the 4 tires are in good condition. Driving out to get the new wheels mounted one of the rears picked up a piece of steel and is dead. I've left the tires on to protect the wheels. I can ship the wheels with tires at purchaser's expense or unmount the tires and ship them, again at the purchaser's expense. I'm located in Seattle. There are more pictures on the Rennlist posting for these same wheels, for some reason I couldn't upload all of them to this one. Wheels shown on the car - car's not included
  5. Vredestein Wintrack Extremes mounted on an extra set of Turbo Twist rims. Used two winters on my 2001 C4 that I just sold. Truly unreal traction in snow and icy conditions. Commuted to Boston 15 miles everyday during Snowmageddon - and I live up a steep hill. For the fun of it I would take my car down to the big beach parking lot at the bottom of our hill and see if I could get it to fishtail doing figure 8 laps in 4" of new snow - you could, but you had to really punch it on turn (like you never would in a million years actually driving on a road). In fact it wasn't really that fun until I turned of the stability control and then punched it in turns. Then you can have fun drifting, but its really amazing how much more traction you get in snow and ice with these. I think the rubber must stay soft at low temps. If you buy these you are going to want to slap a plow on your car. 508-513-7613. Todd I can email good pics - having trouble uploading because they are high res.
  6. I have an excellent condition arctic silver hardtop from my former 2001 996 C4. Asking $800. thanks Todd 508-513-7613