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I am looking to sell my c4 996. I have owned the car for over 8 years now and it has got to be one of the best available mechanically. I have many folders documenting work done on the car. In my ownership the car has bills for over £15k. My car is a 1999 Ocean Blue c4 with the factory gt3 body kit and wheels, currently sitting at the low mileage of 69k miles. As you can see from the images the car has a very comprehensive service history of main dealer and 3 very well respected specialists, with a total of 17 stamps. Perhaps the most important thing to note mechanically is that I have had the expensive LN engineering upgraded ceramic IMS bearing installed which is guaranteed for life. I also had a new clutch fitted and rms at the same time. All 3 were completed around 1.7k miles ago. The car has the Dansk sport 2 exhaust fitted which gives an incredible sound but I will include the factory back boxes with the car should you choose to change it back. Aswell as the alternate back boxes I have a brand new full set of discs and pads ready to be fitted. This is not necessary yet but nice to have ready for when it is. I have had a pre mot inspection performed which informed me that the car will need two new rear tyres, but other than that there will be no advisories. I will put new premium tyres on the rear and put it through an mot if a sale is agreed. Not sure if I am doing the right thing by selling but I think its time for a change after 8 years and as you can see from the service history I'm not doing many miles so it sits in the garage. Thanks for reading, happy to answer any questions and take sensible offers. Welcome any inspection from Porsche specialists.
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