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TMS_996

Cars - For Sale
2001 996 (C2) As Is sale

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Motor and heater core failure.  Selling as is for $2500.  Specs follow:

 

Make/Model:  911, 996 (C2)

Vin: WP0AA299X1S622335

Miles:  101,000

Exterior:  Black

Interior:  Savanna Tan

Wheels:  OEM 10 spoke, 17"

Fairfax, VA

 

Exterior and interior in good condition (daily use car); Rear bumper has a crease; Starts and runs; Needs a motor, heater core, clutch for full operating condition.  I can provide full set of pictures to anyone interested.  

 

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