This car is all original and looks as good as the day it was built.

The 996 generation might be one of the most underappreciated Porsche 911s ever sold, but these cars ushered in a new era for performance and handling from Porsche's iconic sports car. The 2002 Porsche 911 Turbo being sold through Frazier Motorcar Company might be one of the nicest 996s on the market.

Spool Up In This 2002 Porsche 911 Turbo

As the 996 Turbo continues to become more available in price, more of these cars are being modified and raced, but this car is bone stock and it's in near-perfect shape. With just over 45,000 miles showing on the odometer, this 911 Turbo has obviously been pampered its entire life judging by the flawless condition of the original Speed Yellow paint job. This 911 even wears its original factory Turbo wheels!

Inside, this car is just as clean with black leather seats throughout, which are accented by yellow seat belts and yellow-painted trim on the center console and Sport seats. The cabin is also accented with a mix of aluminum and leather on the shift lever and hand brake, and the seats feature the Porsche crest embroidered into the headrests. This 911 still has the factory AM/FM CD player installed, too.

You won't need that stereo at all, though, thanks to the symphony emitted from the 3.6-liter twin-turbo boxer engine. Rounding out the driving pleasure, this 911 Turbo uses a six-speed manual transmission. It's going to be hard to find a 996 Turbo that's in as good of shape as this one.

Gallery: Spool Up In This 2002 Porsche 911 Turbo

Frazier Motorcar Company has a wide variety of classic European sports cars in its inventory, and this low-mileage 996 Turbo is a beautiful and exciting example. This unmolested 2002 Porsche 911 Turbo is currently listed for $53,500, so contact Frazier Motorcar Company to add this high-performance Porsche to your collection.

Source: Motorious