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2015 Porsche 911 Gts on 2040-cars

US $55,200.00
Year:2015 Mileage:10080 Color: Silver /
 Black
Location:

Summerfield, Florida, United States

Summerfield, Florida, United States

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2015 Porsche 911 Carrera GTS
7-Speed Manual, Enthusiastís Car
VIN: WP0AB2A94FS124874
Exterior: Rhodium Silver Metallic
Interior: Black Alcantara
Transmission: 7-speed manual, Rear Wheel Drive
Engine: 3.8 liter 6-cylinder, 430 HP
Wheels: 20 inch Turbo S black alloy wheels with center-locking hubs (these are flat black, not glossy)

Other Features: Sunroof delete option, Sport Chrono package with dynamic engine mount system, Sport exhaust system
with rev matching, Aluminium monobloc fixed calipers painted Red, PASM, PSM, ASR, ABD, PTV

Additional Factory Options:
Power Steering Plus (A speed-sensitive power steering system; at high speeds, the steering firms up and responds
with greater precision; at low speeds, the steering ratio adjusts for easy maneuvering and parking).
Power folding side mirrors
Multi-function steering wheel in black leather (provides for phone, radio, sport chrono, and other car functions
via the steering wheel; it also replaces the Alcantara steering wheel with a smooth leather steering wheel which
doesnít stain from the oil on your hands)
Sport Chrono Clock Dial in Guards Red (ordered to match calipers)
Adaptive Sport Seats Plus (18-way) with Memory Package
Premium Package
BOSE Audio Package
Storage Compartment Lid in Alcantara with Porsche Crest

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Auto blog

Remembering Porsche's illustrious Le Mans history

Fri, 13 Jun 2014 19:15:00 EST

Not only does this weekend mark the running of the 82nd 24 Hours of Le Mans, it will also see the return of one of the race's most venerable brands to the top tiers of endurance racing. Porsche will campaign its first top-flight car since the 1998 911 GT1-98, the 919 Hybrid, at this weekend's race, in the hopes of knocking off its corporate rival, the dominant Audi team.
To understand just what a win for the 919 would mean, though, you need to look back on the intrinsic connection between the Circuit de la Sarthe and Porsche. It's a history that spans decades, dating back to the team's first win in 1970.
XCar has a great video on that history. At 25 minutes, it's a bit on the long side. Then again it is the Friday before Le Mans. Take a look below for the video.

Man arrested for stealing part of Paul Walker Porsche wreck

Fri, 06 Dec 2013 11:29:00 EST

Humans are odd creatures. Some of us collect things associated with bad events, particularly when it comes to cars. Your author, for example, has the grille of his wrecked 2004 Mini Cooper S hanging on the wall. As a more extreme example, an 18-year-old Californian is in trouble with the LA police, but not for taking an item from his own car accident. Instead, he has been arrested for stealing from the wreck of the Porsche Carrera GT that killed actor Paul Walker and racer Roger Rodas.
And it wasn't a small piece, either. It was the Carrera GT's carbon-fiber roof panel. Making matters worse is word that the theft happened while the tow truck that was hauling the wrecked Porsche was sitting in traffic. According to the LA Sheriff's Department report, "A witness saw a male exit a vehicle that was following the tow truck. The male grabbed a piece of the wrecked Porsche off the tow truck bed." Besides the eyewitnesses, it didn't help that images of the roof panel were later posted on Instagram.
The man, Jameson Witty, was later arrested at his home, where police also found the roof panel. The driver of the car Witty was in when he took the roof panel, meanwhile, is planning on surrendering to the police, according to CNN. It remains unclear if the district attorney's office will charge the two, although if it does, they'll be facing felony grand theft and tampering with evidence.

McQueen's Porsche 917 from Le Mans races to the auction block

Mon, 23 Jun 2014 10:15:00 EST

Steve McQueen may have been the headline actor of the motorsport cult classic film Le Mans, but we all know who the real star was. Or rather, what: the Porsche 917. More specifically, it was the Gulf-liveried #22 - not McQueen's #21 - that won the race, making it one of the most iconic cars ever to drive across the silver screen. And now it's going up for auction.
This 1969 Porsche 917K, chassis 917-024, has a storied history both on and off the screen, even if it didn't win any (off-screen) races of note. This example was the first 917 to be campaigned in an actual race when Porsche handed it to Jo Siffert to drive against the Ferrari 312P and Ford GT40 at the Spa-Francorchamps 1000 Km race in 1969. Siffert found the early example too unstable and ultimately drove an earlier 908 to the checkered flag, but after 917-024 set the fastest time at the following year's Le Mans test day, Siffert acquired it outright.
The Swiss racing driver loaned the car to Solar Productions for use in the film, after which it returned to Siffert's collection until he was killed in an F1 exposition race at Brands Hatch in 1971. In a testament to how much he loved the car, it was 917-024 that lead the funeral procession. The car subsequently fell off the radar until it resurfaced in 2001 as one of the greatest barn finds of the new millennium. Now fully restored and resplendent in its original baby blue and orange, 917-024 is headed to the auction block at Pebble Beach where you can be sure that Gooding & Company will bring in a suitably high price for arguably the most iconic example of one of the most iconic Porsches of all time.