This is one of the nicer 996 generation 911 examples I’ve seen in a while. Pros include: its low miles, the manual gearbox, a limited-slip differential, plus an accident-free history. Model year 1999 is also known for having a more robust two-row IMS bearing with a much lower failure rate than later cars. (More info in the Klipnik buying guide HERE.) The asking price is also quite reasonable, making this a very attractive entry-level 911.
Offered on craigslist HERE by a private seller in the Santa Cruz area for $23,750.