I wish I had more pics. It was a very clean and nice looking porsche from the RKC Meet the other night.
Bingo! Techart Body Kit and Ruf did the supercharger. He has GT2 or GT3 Seats in it too - I can't remember. He said he was only putting down around 345-350 rwhp with pump and hadn't gotten it tuned for race gas. Very impressive. He said his plans were to put Carbon Fiber doors and hood on it next and it was going to be a show car. I told him don't change a thing - but who am I to tell him anything.techart body kit, cayman * ruf mods i believe
Maybe at a dealership. Private party, everyone is ASKING mid-low $60's and TAKING mid-high $50's these days.A used 996TT's starts at 70 grand. 50 for a salvage title maybe
That's a sweet Cayman BTW.
Maybe at a dealership. Private party, everyone is ASKING mid-low $60's and TAKING mid-high $50's these days.
There were just so many 996 cars built, that they are dropping in value like any other German car, the exclusivity of the 993TT/964 Turbos is what has allowed them to hold their value so greatly.
In 2 years you'll be able to pick up 996TT's for low 40's, and they'll probably hover there until they start getting wrecked in high numbers.
I leave near DC also and they do go for that price range. I've been eyeing a few but havnt actually test drove any yet.I live near Washington DC so I guess I'll never see those prices.
He is correct on the pricing. I've seen one for around $49k with high miles on Autotrader. 2001 is the way to go on prices.I leave near DC also and they do go for that price range. I've been eyeing a few but havnt actually test drove any yet.
Mid high 50's for a 6speed with around 60k miles and no navigation. Navi 6speeds go for low to mid 60's depending on miles.