PORSCHE 911SC Weissach Limited Edition 1 of 408 made Excellent Condition CoA
· 1 of 408 Weissach Limited Edition models and 1 of 204 in Black Metallic, the other two hundred were Platinum
· All Original
· Original paint, numbers matching on everything!
· Tires are new original size Perralli Tires
· Wheels are PERFECT - No curb rash, scratches, nicks, or dents
· NO oil leaks
· All Maintenance up-to-date
· Recent oil change
· Recent OEM Motor Mounts replaced
· Alignment dead on, no pulling, steering wheel sits straight
· Exterior is 9.7 out of 10-one very light scratch on rear wing (could be wet sanded and buffed out), one scratch
on rear under valance which would need touch up paint, and light rock chips on lower rockers of both sides
primarily behind the tire area
· Interior is 9.8 out of 10- Dash board shows a little waffling or wavy as most of these older 911 models do,
however there are NO cracks. The carpet is near perfect showing only very light-to-no wear. NO CRACKS, RIPS, OR
TEARS IN THE LEATHER.
· Engine has had all updates and oil bypass pipes installed
· EVERYTHING works properly INCLUDING the A/C. The A/C does have R134a and blows COLD
· The power antenna works perfectly going all the way up and down on its own
· Comes with Certificate of Authenticity, literature, original spare, original tool kit, original manual, original
warranty book, Weissach Brochure, and maintenance records
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Auto blogMon, 04 Mar 2013 19:44:00 EST
Porsche has a long and storied history of taking its range-topping 911 sportscar racing, with an enviable record of achievements in tow. The latest machine with which the automaker will take to the track can be seen above: the fifth-generation 2014 911 GT3.
With 475 horsepower strumming through the 3.8-liter six-cylinder boxer engine, this is the pinnacle of naturally aspirated performance from Porsche. It can go from 0 to 60 in just 3.3 seconds, hit a top speed of 195 miles per hour and has lapped the Nürburgring Nordschleife in less than seven and a half minutes.
A dual-clutch PDK transmission (no standard manual gearbox will be offered) with shorter gearing than lesser 911 models sends power to the rear wheels. Providing forward motion isn't the only thing those rear wheels will be doing - Porsche says the 2014 911 GT3 is fitted with the manufacturer's first active rear-wheel steering.
When the second generation of the four-door Porsche Panamera launches, it will likely be riding a new platform, complete with an all-new family of V6 and V8 engines, according to a report coming out of the UK.
Autocar reports that the so-called MSB platform will likely underpin the Panamera, and it could be shared with Bentley, provided the Volkswagen-owned, British-built brand commits to the architecture. As for the engines, it's reported that they'll have a sportier character than the V6s and V8s being built for Volkswagen and Audi's vehicles.
"Porsche will have its own new V8 that will be common to the new MSB platform," Porsche's chief engineer, Wolfgang Hatz, said. "It's a family for the next 10 years of cars." Whether the V8 and V6 will be used outside of the Panamera line, though, remains unclear. There's also no mention of what place turbocharging would have with the new engines.
Thieves carried out what appears to be a movie-script-perfect robbery of a bank in Sydney, Australia early on Friday morning, using two stolen high-performance vehicles in the process.
At around 11:15 AM local time, in near mid-day light, reports say that two men in masks smashed into the side of a Westpac bank in a confirmed-stolen black Porsche Cayenne. The perpetrators were armed with sledgehammers according to witness reports, and took only about five minutes to take what they were after inside of the bank.
The rapid getaway was executed in a Subaru WRX, also confirmed as a stolen vehicle, while witnesses snapped camera phone images of the illicit goings on. One Twitter user posted a few of the images to his social media feed; you can take a look at them in our small gallery below. Follow on down for the full video report, from The Sydney Morning Herald.