2002 PORSCHE 911 (996) TURBO - X50 PACKAGE


  • A handsome low-mileage, example of the 996-generation 911 Turbo, featuring the highly sought-after ‘X50’ Performance Package and a lesser-seen manual transmission.
  • It is powered by a 3.6-litre twin-turbocharged ‘Mezger’ flat-six engine with uprated K24 turbochargers, delivering 444bhp to all four wheels through a six-speed manual gearbox.
  • This example has been with its current owner for the past five years, and is finished in a classic silver-on-black colour scheme.


  • Riding on its original 18-inch ‘Turbo Twist’ alloy wheels with red callipers, this 911 is finished in Arctic Silver metallic over a black leather-trimmed cabin with aluminium accents on the transmission tunnel and centre console.
  • The car is equipped with the optional X50 Performance Package, which includes larger K24 turbochargers and intercoolers, a revised ECU and a quad-pipe exhaust, boosting the engine’s output from 414 to 444bhp.
  • Also included in the specification is a premium Bose sound system, xenon headlights, an Alcantara headlining, an electrically operated sunroof, electrically operated front seats with two-position driver’s memory, dual zone climate control, and a rear wiper.
  • The cherished registration ‘DF51 TOY’ shown in the photos is not included in the sale, and the car will revert to an age-appropriate registration when sold.
  • The car is accompanied by its original owner’s book pack, stamped service book, various invoices and receipts for new parts fitted, a spare wheel, warning triangle, air compressor and jack.


  • There is no known bodywork damage.
  • The Arctic Silver paintwork is in good condition overall, with a few small stone chips to the front end of the vehicle, a couple of small blemishes on the front splitter, a small chip on the offside rear quarter, and a few imperfections on the rear spoiler. The seller states that no rust is present, and that some of the imperfections have been touched in with the correct paint colour.
  • The alloy wheels are in good order overall, displaying some light marks and kerb scuffs.
  • Moving inside, the black leather-trimmed cabin presents well, though there are use-related creases on the seats, a few light scuffs on the seat backs and front armrest, a small scratch on the driver’s door card, a couple of small areas of discolouration in the glovebox, and a couple of very minor marks on the headlining. There are also a few modest signs of use on the gear knob and handbrake lever.
  • There are no known mechanical or electrical faults, and the seller states that the car drives very well.
  • The most recent MOT test was performed on 26 February 2021 at 48,881 miles, when the car registered a clean first-time pass.


  • This 911 Turbo was most recently serviced in November 2019 at 48,608 miles by Precision Vehicles, who changed the engine oil and filter, pollen filter, and topped up the fluids.
  • Prior to this, Precision Vehicles serviced the car in August 2018 at 48,085 miles, and Porsche specialist HP Motorsport performed a service in February 2016.
  • The cambelt was replaced in November 2016, and the car is accompanied by the supporting documentation.
  • In April 2017, Precision Vehicles installed a new clutch master cylinder, as well as a new water pump and stalk switch a few months prior in January 2017.
  • HP Motorsport also installed a new hydraulic assist in September 2015, replaced both fuel vacuum jets in January 2015, and fitted a new fuel pump in July 2014.

Dates and Mileages:

  • Nov 2019 – 48,608 miles – Precision Vehicles
  • Aug 2018 – 48,085 miles – Precision Vehicles
  • Feb 2016 – 46,360 miles – HP Motorsport
  • Jul 2014 – 45,801 miles – HP Motorsport
  • Aug 2006 – 31,233 miles – Porsche Centre West London
  • Jan 2005 – 9,859 miles – Porsche Centre Sutton Coldfield
  • Jan 2004 – 9,011 miles – Porsche Centre Sutton Coldfield
  • Jan 2003 – 8,211 miles – Evans Halshaw


Described by Evo magazine as a ‘thoroughly sophisticated, all-weather, all-road supercar’, the 996-generation Porsche 911 Turbo offers an excellent combination of blistering power and superb handling all within a compact yet refined package. Boasting the optional X50 upgrade as well as an involving manual transmission, this performance icon would make for an abundantly stylish and rapid year-round daily driver, ready to delight its new owner and deliver the famous 911 driving experience.

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All UK-registered cars and motorbikes on Collecting Cars are run through an online HPI check. On the HPI report, this vehicle shows no insurance database markers for damage or theft, and has no finance owing.

Please note: the cherished plate shown on the vehicle is not included in the sale. It will be switched back to an age-related registration plate in the event of a successful auction.

Car Overview

  • 48,909 miles
  • manual
  • RHD
  • Arctic Silver Metallic
  • Black Leather
  • 3.6L
  • VINWP0ZZZ99Z2S681373

Lot Overview

  • Lot #06127
  • trade Sale
  • Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, United Kingdom


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