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2002 Porsche 911 Targa on 2040-cars

US $18,130.00
Year:2002 Mileage:13000 Color: Silver /
 Black
Location:

Sainte Genevieve, Missouri, United States

Sainte Genevieve, Missouri, United States

This is a very special Porsche. This Targa is a very unique 2002 Arctic Silver Porsche 911 Carrera Targa with only
13,000 miles.
This Targa came with the factory Technic Package and has been very tastefully customized with body and mechanical
parts to replicate a 2002-2004 996 GT3. This was done with a Jacquemond Aero Body Kit and GT3 rear wing, upgraded
red powder coated calipers and H&R Sport lowering springs with proper upper strut mount kit. The only thing that is
missing is the GT3 wheels.The body kit was installed by Mirror Finish in Oklahoma City who specialize in Porsche and BMW.
The workmanship on the install is excellent and the quality of the body kit is so high that it looks completely OEM
and the paint is a perfect 100% match. This car handles better than my stock 911 Cabriolet and actually has a
smoother more compliant ride, even with the lowering. In addition it has an Evolution Motorsports INTK996 Induction
System and Stage 1 Computer Tune done by Bob Dumont, Porsche Only Service also in Oklahoma City.
The Targa also has a custom audio system that was done without any modifications to the dash with an Alpine AM/FM,
MP3, SiriusXM Satellite and JL Audio 4 channel Full Range Amp and JL 6.5 3-way speaker system with a JL 10
Subwoofer. You can see the subwoofer install in the pictures. It looks like it was done at the factory, just
beautiful.

At 11,400 miles I had the IMS BEARING UPGRADED to the TuneRS Centers for Porsche DOF (direct oil feed) bearing. It
was more expensive than others but to me, offers the absolute best engineering of all.

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Are you the next Porsche 911 GT3 RS or GT2?

Thu, 17 Apr 2014 12:21:00 EST

Porsche typically keeps to a suitably fast schedule when it comes to rolling out increasingly hard-core performance versions of the 911. After the 997 Carrera debuted in 2004, the GT3 version followed in 2006, and by the end of the 2007, Porsche had rolled out both the GT3 RS and GT2 versions. Then the facelifted 997.5 came out in 2008 and it was back to the start: the GT3 came in 2009, the GT3 RS and GT2 RS in 2010, and the GT3 RS 4.0 in 2011. But things have slowed down some with the latest 991 generation.
The new Carrera came in 2011 and the GT3 followed in 2012. By recent history's example, we should have at least two more hardcore models by now, but we don't. Maybe the engineers in Zuffenhausen have had their hands full fixing the spontaneous-combustion issues with the existing GT3, or maybe their attentions have been focused elsewhere altogether. But if these spy shots are anything to go by, it seems like they're back on the job.
Now we don't know if this prototype foreshadows a new GT3 RS or a GT2, but it sure looks more hard-core than the existing GT3 that many purists have derided as too soft, what with its automatic transmission and four-wheel steering.

Porsche rolls out new 919 Hybrid at racing gala

Mon, 16 Dec 2013 08:31:00 EST

That Porsche is returning to Le Mans next year with a top-tier LMP1 entry is no news - we've known that for some time. We've even seen pictures of the car in question undergoing testing at various racetracks across Europe, been told who'll be driving it and given some basic parameters of what will make it go. We just haven't known what to call it, but now we do.
In detailing its full endurance racing program for next year at its Night of Champions in Weissach, Porsche has revealed that its new LMP1 racecar will be called the 919 Hybrid. So, something like the 918 Spyder, only one faster. With a four-cylinder engine and a pair of electric motors, the 919 Hybrid will be taking on the top class at Le Mans next year, with a compelling roster of drivers on the docket: along with Mark Webber, Timo Bernhard, Romain Dumas and Neel Jani, Porsche has assigned its works driver Marc Lieb and F1 test driver Brendon Hartley to the effort. But that's not all Porsche has in store.
The factory is also supporting teams that will campaign the 911 RSR in the FIA World Endurance Championship as well as the United SportsCar Championship here in the US, taking Porsche off the pit wall and right in the race seat for next year as part of a comprehensive new racing program, details of which you can read in the press release below.

Porsche Cayman GT4 speeds back into view

Tue, 18 Nov 2014 14:01:00 EST

We're all familiar with the succession of numbers that follow the letters GT on a hard-core Porsche 911: the GT1 that was Stuttgart's Le Mans contender in the late 90s, the GT2 that packs turbochargers but without the Turbo's all-wheel drive and excess weight, and the naturally aspirated GT3 that's the enthusiast's choice. But a GT4? That's something new, and exactly what Porsche has in store.
Spied testing in Germany once again is the upcoming GT4 version of the Porsche Cayman, set to supersede the existing GTS and take the place of the previous Cayman R at the top of Porsche's junior sports car range. This latest batch of spy shots doesn't show us much more than the last crop, but gives us a much clearer view at what promises to be the most hardcore Cayman to date.
As you can see, the Cayman GT4 packs a much more aggressive aero kit and rolling stock than any version we've seen to date. It's got a lip spoiler, big air dam and GT3-style vent in front of the hood, deep air scoops along the flanks, a set of spindly alloys packing oversized brakes, a diffuser with twin central exhaust tips around back and a rear wing that's likely to be replaced with a sleeker unit before the GT4 reaches production.