Fully up together 911 (996) with a good history and driven 100 miles to the sale; 85,000 miles; new engine fitted 3000 miles ago; recent replacement stainless rear exhaust boxes; serviced last December with minimal use since

This attractively estimated 911 Carrera 4 has had eight owners from new who have still only managed to stick 85,000 miles on the clock.

It comes with a complete book pack which shows it was delivered new to a gent in Camberley by Pan's Automobielhandel BV - Porsche Import - back in the day when cars were much cheaper bought that way.

AFN in Guildford did the first of nine services to 74,534 miles which took place in 2011 by Hartech. There are four further stamps for system checks etc....

An invoice on file indicates that a new engine was supplied and fitted in December 2013. The invoice lists a downpayment of £1,578 plus a futher £3,600 in December plus fitting, waterpump etc etc......(total bill £7,210) - the MOT shows at this time it had covered 81,816 miles, thus barely 3,000 more have been added since!

It's last service took place in December by the vendor's local garage - a bill for parts showing the usual oils and filters plus an engine drive belt. An exhaust blow also led to the fitting of two excellent second hand rear silencer boxes (in stainless and costing £450 the pair!) solving a well-known issue with this model.

It passed its last MOT on 13th January this year with no advisories recorded and comes with nine old MOTs which help substantiate the mileage.

Driven 100 miles to the sale, the vendor desribed the car running really well on the trip down. We noticed a small crack in the front bumper, some scuffs and stone chips commessurate with the mileage and a small area of bubbling on the rear o/s wing as shown in the photos.

Reg No: Y161KCF
Chassis Number: SAJJNAEW3BB170750
Engine Number: 8S075624SB
Engine Size: 5343
Docs: MOT January 2021 no advisories; handbook; service book nine stamps + recent bills

Estimate: £10,500+

Lot 4

Lot ended

Thursday 28/05/2020

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

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