800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This is a classic 911 that has matured, combining modern comfort and convenience features with state of the art all wheel drive technology and safety systems. But when you drop the top, stir that 6-speed manual transmission around, and listen to that race bred motor with the wind in your hair, you will forget about the technology and just enjoy the ride.
You have never seen a car quite like this one because this is a one of a kind. The color, a beautiful Turquoise, is a special order, code L999, "paint to sample" from the factory. The shape is, however, very familiar and unmistakably that of a 911. Each new version of the car is a logical evolution of the original iconic design. The headlights are high on the fenders, as they have always been, but new and improved for even greater visibility. The aerodynamic shape of the car has been refined and proven on the race track. The distinctive wraparound rear end is still there from the early days, but it has to cover much larger BBS Sport Design wheels, so it gives the whole car a more aggressive stance. Obviously, what sets this car apart from other 911s is the drop top. At the touch of a button, the folding top will lower and tuck under its cover in about 15 seconds, easily accomplished at most stop lights.
Open the door, have a seat, and you will find all the comforts and conveniences of a modern sports luxury car. A premium sound system, leather heated seats, power everything, burled wood trim, and a navigation system to help you get where you are going. If that's the goal. Because, "Not all who wander are lost". Sometimes they are just enjoying the drive. There are two unusual features in the interior that stay true to the cars racing heritage. First, the ignition key was placed to the left side of the steering wheel so that it could be turned as the driver was jumping into the car during a "Lemans" racing start. Second, the tachometer is in the center of the dash because it's definitely the most important gauge during a race. A surprise feature, especially in a convertible sports car, is a back seat. Granted, it is more for groceries, coolers, and dogs than people, but it does have seat belts!
Beneath and behind those back seats is the business end of the car. A legendary flat 6-cylinder engine provides a low center of gravity for better handling, and makes 300 horse-power to keep the car running with some fast company. The shift knob of the manual 6 -speed transaxle falls easily to hand, and can be way more fun to drive than the tiptronic transmissions. Being a Carrera 4 means that the front wheels are driven too. They work in conjunction with the anti-lock brakes and traction control systems to make the car safer and more stable in virtually all road conditions, including the snow. The rubber meets the road through 265/35ZR18 tires in the rear, and 225/40/ZR18s in the front. Porsche has ensured that the technology in the car works seamlessly so that it becomes invisible, and just makes the driver look better.
All the driver knows, is that they can really feel the road through the steering wheel in this car, and that it's a blast to drive. Come on down and give it a spin. Call now!
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