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Why so many 02 996 Turbos F/S?

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Just was wondering why there are sooooo many more 2002 Turbos for sale than 01,03,and 04 MY's. Was there that many more produced in 02? What gives?

Looking at a seal grey/black w/39k on the clock for 45,000 American. Two sets of rims. Nice price or what?

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maybe youre right.. this is from a previous post here

Total # of 996 TT sold in U.S. by PCNA:

6,604 Coupes

2,556 cabs

2001 Coupe: 2418

2002 Coupe: 2318

2003 Coupe: 1384

2003 Cab: 482

2004 Coupe: 298

2004 Cab: 1490

2005 Coupe: 186

2005 Cab: 604

Total # of 996 GT2 sold in U.S. by PCNA:


2002: 198

2003: 90

2004: 24

2005: 5

Total # of 996 GT3 sold in U.S. by PCNA:


2004: 864

2005: 96

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huh...I didn't know there was a 2003 996TT cab????

I agree - the US 2004 model press release said:

"A 205-mph (330 km/h) track speed Porsche supercar, a car some already are calling the Porsche for purists, and cabriolet models of the 911 Carrera 4S and the 911 Turbo join the Porsche parade for the 2004 model year."

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I believe that model year 2004 that where sold in the fall of 2003 would account for the 2003 996tt cab. There were no 2004 model year 996tt Cabs but could have been sold in calender 2003.

I think you mean there were no 2003 MY 996TT cabs...I was just a bit suspicious of the data as reported...it probably is sales data vs. MY data.

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I think that if I had it to do over, I'd be looking at the 05 Turbo S coupe since there were only 186 made and of that I don't know if they were all the S models....most likely so..... and also being the last of the 996TT line would seem to add to their potential resale value down the line...

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