Classic Auto Mall
6180 Morgantown Road
2006 Porsche 911 Carrera 4
In 1923 Ferdinand Porsche moved to Stuttgart to become Technical Director at Daimler, where he assumed responsibility for the development of the famous S, SS and SSK models, while also helping to develop truck and aero-engines, etc. When his contract expired, he returned to Austria where he at first worked as General Director of Steyr. In 1931 Porsche went into business for himself, starting his own design company in Stuttgart. And the rest as they say is history!
For consignment a 6-cylinder fuel injected, 5-speed automatic transmission personal rocket ship in the form of a 2006 Carrera 4 Coupe. This car presents in beautiful condition, with a few minor faults seen outside and inside. It is mechanically very sound, well maintained, and has a mere 59,617 miles clocked on her. From the minds of German engineers, and the spirit of Ferdinand Porsche a great sports car priced reasonably...Schnell!
With the clean lines reminiscent of models that have come before like the 356 Speedster, this car cuts through the wind like a bird in flight. Seams are kept to a minimum, and the ones that need to exist, are minding their gaps incrementally well. The entire car is bathed in beautiful Midnight Blue Metallic. We note a few scratches, chips and dings throughout the body as would be expected of a car this age that has been driven and enjoyed. Xenon headlights sealed in their aerodynamic environment lead the way, and on the sloped rear a speed activated spoiler raises and lowers automatically. On top is a factory electric sunroof to let Mother Nature shine all her glory upon you. Big 18-inch wheels with minor curb rash are wrapped in Continental Extreme Contact rubber makes this car handle like a cat on the carpet.
Sport luxury would best describe the interior of this sports car. Biscuit leather abounds and has fine stitching holding everything together. The dual high back buckets are power adjustable, very clean and offer up a heated option as well. An aerodynamically designed console races forward towards the dash, and has a nice storage compartment, and the leather covered and booted shift lever. The dash front houses the Bose high end sound package, climate controls, and a PCM color display which includes navigation. In front of the driver is a cascade of circular instruments, keeping you abreast of all the car's vitals. These are black faced gauges with white lettering and are fronted by the original steering wheel, which shows virtually no wear. Above a tight headliner in suede saddle leather wraps everything up above nice and tightly, while below clean thick pile carpet compliments the interior leather.
A water cooled 3.6-liter 6-cylinder engine with 4 valves per cylinder drives the rear tires. This mill is fed by electronic fuel injection and has a 5-speed Tiptronic S automatic transmission backing it up which puts power to a 3.56 axle.
All very clean underneath with a mass of interwoven tubes and pipes, all packed into the rear of this car. Slight corrosion is noted but is mostly unremarkable. Plenty of ground effects panels cover most of the underside. A mix of vented and perforated disc brakes along with ventilated disc brakes are grabbed by 4 piston calipers and have active brake differential, anti-lock braking, and this car sports traction control.
This car fires right up and has the beautiful exhaust sound that is a signature of Porsche. My drive included some exhilarating acceleration, especially on the top end...it just wants to continue to pick up speed. It handles very nimbly and is a thrill ride to drive overall.
A very nicely preserved example of Porsche technology from 2006. This car has been well kept and maintained and put up after each play date. The interior is barely used looking, and it sports plenty of power to push you into your seat even more
2-Manual Belts, Front Airbags
9-Up To M/Y 2009
S-Stuttgart, Germany Assy Plant
715400-Sequential Unit Number
Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special interest automobile showroom, featuring over 650 vehicles for sale with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle barn find collection is on display.
This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.
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