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It is a 1996 Silver 993 Turbo. The car has 32k miles on it. The car has no accidents or paintwork and is in very good condition. The car also has the 30k service done which was done about 1200 Miles ago. The car also has the Option code still on the Hood (AKA Trunk area as well) Meaning the hood is original which is hard to find on these cars. This car has no paintwork whatsoever. The car also has a Authoritive Computer Chip. The car also is getting Brand New Pirelli tires that I just ordered should be in a few days. I also had the car looked over by the local Porsche Shop as I knew I was going to sell it soon and wanted to make sure the car was perfect. They also replaced a fuel rail as well. So the car is up to par. The car is also lowered with H&R Springs. The car is in very good condition but it has a few minor rock chips on the hood as it has never been sprayed. As far as options on the car. It has a 6 disc changer, heated supple leather seats, sunroof, and alumnium shift knob. The car runs great and looks like it has 15k miles on it. As far as the turbos they are in very good shape as I do cool them off for 1-2 minutes everytime I drive the car. Let me know if you have any other questions about the car and I will be happy to answer them. I am asking $63,900 for the car. It is located in Kansas City. You can email me at [email protected] or call me at 816-863-1067.
 

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why is an original hood hard to find?
 
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