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The name says it all: 2004 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet. It means you\'re looking at the drop-top version of the desirable wide-body quintessential Porsche. And it\'s the version with all-wheel drive to confidently handle it. So when you\'re looking for a well-maintained convertible engineered for the open road, read on...
The Arctic Silver Metallic seems to be one of the coolest ways to get a German performance car. After all, silver became the racing color of Germany after they used to strip the paint off their race cars to make them lighter. And the metallic element here loves to highlight the iconic 911 curves every time the sunshine hits the sheet metal (exactly what you want in a convertible.) Plus, as an \"S\" model you get the even more curves that come from the Turbo\'s upgraded front bumper and full widebody kit. This example is for the kind of person who appreciates driving a well-engineered sports car, because after all, there\'s no better feeling than rowing through the gears with the wind blowing through your hair. So the finish is not trying to be garage art. But the fit of the convertible top, clarity of the headlights, and overall body tightness is part of the full quality story that you get on a respected icon like this.
Since the black roof looks so stylish against the silver paint, it is nice to power it down to see the full black leather interior. But more than just aesthetics, German cars are some of the best at ergonomics. This 911 strikes the ideal balance of being comfortable enough to drive every day, but it\'s still instantly ready to attack the backroads when you are. The three-spoke sports steering wheel gives a clear view of the full gauge package. The shifter is in the perfect place for your right hand to instinctively want to always hold it. It\'s an engaging feeling, and this one also wants to remind you that it\'s a premium vehicle with plenty of features. It includes power seats, power windows, power locks, keyless entry, power mirrors, power steering, cruise control, and a premium AM/FM/CD stereo. Plus, there\'s dual-zone climate control to make sure you can stay cool even with the top down. A modern classic also means modern safety features such as dual front airbags, side airbags, and ABS.
The 3.6-liter boxer motor is the key to this car\'s appeal. The later 996 cars like this one had a larger displacement and more power - a very healthy 320 hp total. You get complete control over this with a six-speed manual transmission. That means downshifting through your favorite corners and blipping the throttle to make sure you\'re in total control of the power band. And speaking of control, the 4S is the truly sought-after version because you get features like all-wheel drive, the Turbo\'s four-wheel disc brake package, suspension upgrades, and upgraded 19-inch wheels with a nice set of ZR-rated performance tires.
The sale comes complete with the original window sticker and an extensive maintenance file - always a good sign for a well-respected car. When you know the difference between a car you drive and a car that drives you, then you\'re ready for this 911 4S. Call today!!!
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