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1999 Porsche 911 Carerra 2 Street/Track Build    $40,000     Sold


1999 Porsche 911 Carrera
126,000mi – 204,000km
Silver on Black 6spd Manual
No accidents, ex-US (Currently BC Registered)

This car drives super tight, don’t let the age or mileage fool you. It has amazing driver feel, turn in and is amazing to drive. Oil changes always surprise my technicians, the oil coming out looks the same as the new stuff going in. These are becoming increasingly rare and sought after. It’s a 99 C2 Coupe in Manual with cable throttle. Even Jake Raby of Flat 6 Innovations says this is the best 996 to have. This car is not for the faint of heart, it has no radio, stiff suspension and is all focused on the driving experience. The single mass flywheel has chatter and is normal but some people won’t like/understand that. The brakes are a little squeaky because they’re track/street pads. This is a very complete car and no expense has been spared. I’ve done all the modifications myself or at a performance shop in Kelowna with an outstanding reputation (MotorWerke). I can compile all the receipts for a serious buyer. I haven’t added them up….because I don’t want to but I’d hazard a guess that I’ve spent $60-75,000 on this car in the last 5 years.

- K&N drop in airfilter (the only intake mod worth doing)
- Flat6Motorsports Cold Air Intake Elbow Kit
- RSS Semi-Solid Engine mounts
- Wevo Semi-Sold Transmission mount
- Tarrett Engineering Oil Sump Baffle Kit
- IMS done (2013)
- AOS replaced (2021)
- Chain Tensioners and guides Replaced (2017)
- Single Mass Flywheel (2021)
- WaveTrac LSD (2021)
- 6spd Transmission from a 2002 Porsche 911 C2 Cab (2016)
- Coolant Reservoir Replaced (2021)
- Exhaust factory, I had the Gundo Hack done, then reverted back to stock. I prefer induction noise to exhaust noise
- Ohlins Road/Track Adjustable Coilovers (2018)
- Tarrett Engineering Front moonball camber plates
- GT3 Rear control arms (to ensure proper alignment adjustability)
- Tarrett Engineering Sway Bar Drop links
- Eibach front and rear adjustable sway bars
- Tarrett Engineering Racing Wheel Studs and Nuts
- Tarrett Engineering wheel spacers (7-15mm)
- Brembo Drilled Rotors
- Hawk 5.0 Pads all around
- Goodrich Stainless Steel brake lines
- Motul RBF650 Brake Fluid
- GT3 brake ducts
- OZ Racing HLT Ultraleggera 18” (19lbs) rims no a single blemish on any of them
- Yokohama Advan AD08R tires (235 front 265 Rear)
- Factory Turbo Twist 18” rims with blemishes on bald Michelin Tires for winter storage to prevent flat spotting on the tires I run
Body Work
- GT3 add on bumper (Getty Design)
- GT3 Front Splitter (Getty Design)
- GT3 Rockers (Getting Design)
- Bumperettes painted and clear coated body colour, done 5 years ago and no issues with cracking or peeling, they look OEM
- Radio Delete – Deck, Speakers, Amp
- Center Console Delete (GT3 kit added, not a gaping hole)
- One off custom shift knob, 1” higher than stock
- B&M short shift kit
- Drivers Corbeau FX1 Pro Fixed Back Seat with Corbeau sliders and mounting brackets
- New Driver Belt buckle (to make sure Airbag light isn’t on)
- Upgraded 2002 3-point Steering wheel with colour crest
- Rear Seats Removed (In storage, comes with purchase, easy to re-install)
- Floor Mats Removed
- Spare tire removed (In storage, comes with purchase)

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