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mjposner

Purchasing 2002 4cs remotely

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Looking at a 2002 4cs coupe, Silver of Black Leather.  87k msrp.  Car has 69k miles.  Ad claims upgraded exhaust, short shifter and ims (Parts upgraded in 2016: Idler pulley, Flywheel, drive shaft flex disc, pilot bearing, IMS, new clutch kit, larger coolant container).  This was all done by the prior owner himself per current owner (and driven 10k miles since).

 

Owner is looking for $26k.  Seems to be reasonable.

 

PPI company or dealer to inspect?

 

Other comments appreciated

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Current seller bought on ebay in 2017, I found this info from previous seller:

 

LN engineering single row retrofit pro IMS bearing just installed along with new clutch, flywheel, flywheel bearing, throw out bearing, rear main seal. New IMS bearing rated to last another 75k miles. Oem Fuchs clutch installed. Brakes have been cleaned & inspected. Everything that can go wrong with this car has already been addressed. These repairs were done last week in preparation for sale. Excellent condition. No dents or dings. Perfect seats. No interior flaws. Has porsche 997 19" oem lobster claw wheels in perfect condition with Michelin pilot sports. Only 57,000 miles. New alpine 8" navigation unit, oem bose sound system. Upgraded fabspeed catalytic converters, upgraded interior led lights, body colored interior console and dash trim, cleanest c4s you will find. Clean Carfax, no accidents. No rust. Owned by Porsche enthusiast

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PPI at Porsche dealer.

Ask for LN serial number, LN can confirm when it was purchased. Also ask for old bearing, I saved mine.

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