Porsche Boxster 1998 986 2.5cc.

Porsche Boxster 1998 2.5cc 986 model. Artic silver coachwork, black leather, manual transmission, body work very good, private plate included, major service 91000 mls, HPI clear, service history, these early boxsters are now increasing in value and are now becoming collectable, interior very good for year, hood in good condition, two sets of keys, original manuals, any more info please call 07774484497 Northwood Middx, May part ex MGB. Now Sold.

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At E.J.W Sports And Classics, we are always interested in sourcing good quality Porsche with comprehensive service histories. The advantage of dealing with E.J W Sports And Classics is that we'll offer you a hassle-free and quick solution, with a fair price agreed dependent on the age, condition and extras on the car. Generally we are keen to hear about any Porsche models in good condition with a full service history As you can see we are also very interested in MG, We will buy MG in any condition from a non runner to fully rebuilt cars, So Please tel. 07774484497 or email me ejwclassiccars@btinternet.com

History Of The Porsche Boxster 986

The first-generation Porsche Boxster 986 wasn’t met with universal praise when it was launched in mid-1996, but it was continually improved and is now one of the great modern classic bargains. The odd headlight design and relatively tepid 2.5-litre flat-six motor were the main causes for concern. In true Porsche tradition, continuous incremental updates addressed those issues and the 986 stayed at the top of its class until it was replaced by the 987 in 2004. The original 201bhp 2.5-litre flat-six was not exactly slow, but the capable chassis could handle a lot more power. So, in 1999 it was replaced by a 217bhp 2.7-litre motor, while a 250bhp 3.2-litre S variant was introduced to head up the range and silence any remaining critics. Part of the reason the Boxster helped save Porsche from financial ruin was that it shared a number of key components with the soon to be released 996 911. This cut production costs as both cars were largely the same up to the A-pillar. They also shared the new M96 water-cooled engine architecture. Thanks to the Boxster’s mid-engined layout, it was actually more composed around fast bends than a contemporary 911.

Porsche Boxster Flat-Six Engine.