2004 Porsche 911 40th Anniversary Edition in GT Silver
2004 Porsche 911 #951 of 1,963 40th Anniversary Edition coupes built to commemorate the 911s 1963 debut. The 3.6L flat-six is paired with a 6-speed manual transmission equipped with a limited-slip differential. 40th Anniversary editions came with factory sport suspension and the X51 Power Kit, boosting output from 320 to 345 horsepower. This particular car has 58k miles and was sold new by Hoehn Porsche in Carlsbad, California. The original owner traded it in 18 months later with 8,894 miles, and the car was kept by its second owner until 2008, when he sold it to a friend with 33k miles. The third owner kept the car until 2013, when he transferred it to his son with 40k miles. This car has spent most of it’s life in California. It was fitted with an LN Engineering IMS bearing kit and a new clutch in 2017. It comes with a full service history, factory manuals, two keys, a clean Carfax, and a clean Texas title from the last collector owner.
All 40th Anniversary editions were finished in GT Silver Metallic, and featured body-colored 996 Turbo-style front air vents, GT3-style side skirt extensions, polished tail pipes, and a unique ‘911 40 Jahre’ rear badge( # 951 ) made of aluminum. Cosmetic blemishes include a scratch adjacent to the fuel door, a scratch on the driver’s A-pillar, a flaw in the front bumper above where the license plate would mount, a few rock chips on the front valence including one that’s been touched up, scuffs on the bottom of the plastic lower front valence guard, and a rock chip on the driver’s front fender near the headlight. None of the flaws are significant, The Carfax report is free of accidents or any other damage.
Polished 18″ five-spoke wheels were standard on 40th Anniversary cars. As shown in the photos, a set of Michelin Pilot Sport tires are currently mounted.
Dark Gray Natural full leather upholstery (X99) was fitted to each 40th Anniversary Edition, which covers the seats, door panels, rear panels, center armrest, center stack, dashboard, and instrument binnacle. Heated hard-back sport seats with GT Silver Metallic rear shells were also standard, along with a body-colored lower center console. Additional factory options include Rear window wiper, Bose High End Sound System, Remote CD Changer and Porsche Communication MGT II.
Miles are currently 58,465. The 3.6L M96/03 flat-six is paired with a 6-speed G96/01 manual transaxle and mechanical limited-slip differential. The X51 Power Kit boosted output to 345 horsepower with a modified intake manifold, larger exhaust manifold, altered camshafts, modified valve timing, and a reprogrammed DME control unit. On November 3, 2017, this car received an LN Engineering IMS Solution Oil Feed Bearing Kit, a new clutch disc, pressure plate and flywheel, a new rear crankshaft seal, and a new serpentine drive belt. The car passed a California emissions test in June 2018. Included with the sale is a detailed service file back to 2007.
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