I've been speaking a bit to @Dammit about this, but thought I'd open it up... I've been offered a '99 996 - one of the early ones with the 3.4l engine (manual, coupe, carrera). I'd like to take up the offer, but the car is currently listed as failing the ULEZ, which I wouldn't care about were it not for the fact that I live half a mile inside the expansion zone coming next October...
TFL say it needs a Certificate of Conformity from Porsche to be considered an exception. I can get that here:
However, it's £106 for the certificate. I don't mind paying that if I need it, but I'd rather not as a fishing expedition if I can find out what the answer would be in advance. Whilst I suspect that the car would pass, I don't know for sure.
Does anyone have an idea what that certificate might say with regards the ULEZ thresholds?
V5C would give it too I think... emissions for the engine size.
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