30 Porsche 911 Turbo 1997 For 17 216 USD

Porsche 911 Turbo 1997 For 17 216 USD

Posted on August 13, 2010 by team

Porsche 911 Turbo 1997 For 17 300 USD 1

Imagine Porsche 911 Turbo 1997.
1000 km travelled, almost new.  480 hp!
However, there is one problem … the car is in Penza. No, sorry, another problem … It requires repair … See yourself.

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30 Responses to “Porsche 911 Turbo 1997 For 17 216 USD”

  1. spunwicked says:

    What is there left to salvage? Oh and first!!!

  2. muzzer says:

    the wheels on the Porsche go round and round. oh they don`t

  3. Ian says:

    Dont think anyone could repair that and get it running again

  4. german_guy says:

    LOL,the almost new Porsche looks like a new Lada :D

  5. Testicules says:

    Yes congrats on the first. We are all very envious. Which is dangerous because envy is one of the 7 deadly sins.

  6. GREK says:

    its burned and engine needs alot of work…i think you can buy a new one with the money your gonna spend on fixing that cr*p

  7. Vadik says:

    no repair here just insurance .. poor guy didnt have it !!!

  8. Chris says:

    The alternator and AC compressor still look good.

  9. GlobeTrekker says:

    Nothing a little Armor-All and some buffing compound won’t fix.

  10. ZeroDrop says:

    This is the metal weight price, right?
    Because this car will never ride again.

  11. Lord Cunt says:

    Bit of T-Cut and it’ll be as good as new!

  12. SSSR says:

    I don’t care because it is a Porsche.

  13. SovMarxist1924 says:

    Capitalist garbage.

  14. Carloz says:

    Especially if this one also a stolen Porshe.

  15. Goblin says:

    In America we call a car in this condition “totaled”

  16. My friends are not interested even if it’s below $2. LOL

    Soendoro Soetanto

  17. DouglasUrantia says:

    in Cuba that car can be fixed up and running in one week. All thanks to Castro.

  18. Nash says:

    seems only logo is in good condition…

  19. ZeroDrop says:

    That’s the only possibility of paying that amount for this pile of wreckage.

  20. YJ says:

    Buy it for a movie set.

  21. R.Ott says:

    Its just price for documents and VIN code. So buyer can use them on stolen car…

  22. Gasan says:

    This is the price for documents. Documents of the “dead” car can help you to legalize stolen car, or same model can be stealed for this car`s documents.

    Sorry for bad english :)

  23. Mett says:

    Probably local company burned it like our precious houses!

  24. Istvan says:

    Even a Russian could not fix that car.

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