2008 Porsche 911C2S Cabriolet (VIN: WP0CB29918S775931), Black / Black conv. soft top / Black full leather, 52,850 original miles, Tiptronic-S trans., 3.8L water cooled flat 6 M97 engine, VarioCam Plus variable valve timing and lift, dry sump lubrication, independent front and rear suspension, 4-wheel ABS, PASM Active Suspension Management, active brake differential (ABD), traction control (ASR), (PSM) Porsche Stability Management system with (E-gas) Electronic Gas Pedal, engine drag torque control (EDTC), Options incl: Tiptronic-S trans, full leather int., heated seats, Sport Chrono package, NAV and BOSE digital premium sound and remote CD-changer, windstop, front and rear center console painted ext. color, 19” rims with Bridgestone tires, sport exhaust and suspension button, Red brake calipers, Bi-xenon lights with power washers, tire pressure monitoring system, on-board driver computer, 2 keys and 2 remotes, service history known from new, one of 2,375 911C2S cabriolets built in 2008, all services and recalls performed, 4 owners since new - the most recent a very good local client of BMI, books and manuals, never smoked in, clean CarFax report showing no accidents, original MSRP $108.875.00 - offered at $39,950.00 / best offer. Call or text Brian @ (812) 760-5513 ~ Evansville, IN 47715.
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Auto blogMon, 07 Oct 2013 11:57:00 EST
An Iconic Sports Car, Restored to Seduce
I have been strapped behind the iconic Momo Prototipo steering wheel for a little more than an hour, all windows down as I carve my way up a rugged canyon during an unusually warm Southern California evening, and I am overwhelmed with emotion. My heart is pounding out of my chest, my breathing is heavy and my palms are sweaty because I am completely absorbed by this wondrous machine.
After waiting patiently for nearly four years, I am finally behind the wheel of a classic Porsche 911 restored, modified and tuned by Singer Vehicle Design. The vehicle that surrounds me never rolled off an automaker's assembly line in its current configuration, yet its physical appearance is timeless, build quality breathtaking and driving dynamics peerless.
In truth, all-but-undisguised prototypes for the upcoming Porsche Macan compact crossover have been spotted galavanting all around the globe for some time now, but even the least-camouflaged examples have been caught wearing eyepatches covering their headlights and taillights. A dark new teaser image from Porsche clues us in to why that is - the baby Cayenne is getting unique quad-LED peepers up front.
Porsche has been hinting at lighting innovations in its production cars through recent concept reveals, including the stunning Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo showcar from last year's Paris Motor Show. The wagonized Panamera also featured four-point LED arrays up front, as well is in the rear, so it seems likely that this lighting will become a Porsche design signature going forward.
Powerpoint slides leaked from a recent dealer meeting suggest the Macan S will arrive packing a 3.0-liter turbocharged V6, while the Macan Turbo will boast a 3.6-liter force-fed unit, with both models receiving seven-speed PDK dual-clutch gearboxes. Pricing is expected to range from $52,000 for the S model to $75,000 for the Turbo.
Porsche is known for its ability to spin off a litter of variants from a single model, and according to a report in Automobile the 918 Spyder (pictured here) might not be spared the house trick. Having taken too many brains and too much money for too much time, company chiefs are said to be examining ways to get more for their development euro out of the supercar, and Plan A is apparently otherwise known as Plan 984. That would be a four-seater, rear-wheel drive supercar that uses a stretched mold of the 918's carbon fiber tub, keeping the V8 in the same mid-mounted place and costing around 350,000 euro.
That would be less than half the MSRP of its inspiration, but the details don't sketch out a car that's just half as good. Automobile speculates it would get something like 700 horsepower in order to best the coming 911 GT2, and about 440 pound-feet of torque. The 984 is quite a ways short of being confirmed; even though a full-size study is said to exist, it's like the 918 would need to become a bigger sales hit for the 984 to happen.
The 984's fortunes don't change those of the 960, the supercoupe Porsche is building to challenge Ferrari. Its potential specs haven't changed since the last report in January, power coming from a 5.0-liter, twin-turbo, eight-cylinder boxer engine with something like 650 hp pushing a curb weight of roughly 3,100 pounds. The means a suspected 0-to-60 mile-per-hour time of 2.5 seconds.