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Selling my 2000 996 coupe 6MT due to declining health

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Hi there.

I retired from the Porsche business, but kept the 2000 996. My health is bad and I'd like to leave wife etc with fewer burdens.

I brought the car back from Oklahoma ( Oklahoma Foreign - Gary & Matt ) in 2011 to Florida to complete the refurbish/rebuild. Jon and I

did the typical things these cars need. The major stuff was done in Pompano Beach ( Vinnie at Gulf Performance ).  New LN double row/ RMS/ AOS

coolant tank/ MFI / coils /plugs etc.

I redid the front clip so there are zero paint chips etc. ( paint was real German matching acrylic ).  Car drives perfect and shows well. Previous

owner spent close to 4K on professional sound system. It's still amazing today.


This is a great comunity for Porsche nuts.  If you know anyone looking for a solid well sorted 996, please let me know. Any help or guidance on where to advertise  is greatly appreciated


Kind regards



Phil Bunnell

Tallahassee, FL

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Sorry to hear about your health issues - best wishes on recovery! Bring a Trailer or BAT for short seems to be an excellent sales vehicle for these cars - they're super popular and bring good prices (better than Craig's list, ebay etc...). Good luck !

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How very touching that you would give up something that you obviously love so much for the person that you love...

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