Engine:4.5 l V8
For Sale By:Private Seller
Number of Cylinders: 8
Options: CD Player, Custom Seats, Bluetooth Hands Free Calling, MP3 Player, Updated audio speakers, Rear Spoiler, 5 Speed Manual Transmission, 8" H4 Headlights, Sunroof Delete
Drive Type: RWD
Power Options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Windows
Exterior Color: Black
Interior Color: Black
One of my favorite cars to drive. The body has no dents or dings. Odometer stopped working prior to rebuild.
Transmission rebuilt- new synchros
new shift coupler
new spark plugs
new plug wires
new cap and rotor
new vacuum lines
new a/c hoses
a/c compressor not installed brand new in box
new stereo with bluetooth hands free calling with dash mounted microphone
led tail lights and custom lenses
new real Porsche 911 rims with real Porsche aluminum center caps
new Continental DWS 235/40 ZR18 front 295/35 ZR18
8" H4 headlight
New custom seats
Optima Yellow Top battery
New rear quarter seal
New hatch seal
New hatch latch
New fog lights Sylvannia
Aftermarket rear spoiler $700
New floor mats
Center console front and rear added
Aftermarket steering wheel
Aftermarket Momo shift knob
New Porsche hood crest
New cat back Flowmaster 50 series exhaust
New custom carpeted rear deck with battery access cover
New rear panel with speakers installed
Hidden install JL Audio 500/1 amplifier
JL Audio 10w3v2 subwoofer in box easily removed if not preferred
Brake pads replaced
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Auto blogTue, 12 Feb 2013 16:58:00 EST
The Porsche 911 is one of the most iconic sports cars of all time, and to celebrate the car's first 50 years, Porsche has released a stunning set of photos showing how far the 911 has come from the original back in 1963 to its current 991 generation. Unlike the recent 60-year photo spread that Chevrolet put together for the Corvette, though, Porsche's gallery only shows the original 911 and the current car.
Each time the 911 is redesigned, the car's front fenders, roofline and the shape of the side windows are key focal points. Even some of the interior cues have remained the same over the years, including the positioning of the ignition key on the left of the steering column and the five-gauge instrument cluster layout.
Scroll down for Porsche's press release breaking down the seven generations of the 911, and be sure to check out our gallery with plenty of high-res pics for you to download as a desktop wallpaper. In fact, we're providing these at 1920-pixels-wide instead of our usual 1280 wide. Enjoy!
Porsche may have have a serious problem on its hands. After a rumored five 2014 911 GT3 coupes caught fire in recent weeks, Porsche launched an investigation and stopped delivering its road-ready racecar until it could diagnose the problem. Now, it has issued a press release asking all 2014 911 GT3 owners to immediately stop driving their cars until they can be inspected. Porsche is offering to pick up the cars from owners' homes and take them to the nearest dealer.
Porsche confirms that the at least two 911 GT3 coupes them have caught fire in Europe, and it has elected to inspect all 785 2014 GT3s worldwide. However, it claims no drivers have been injured in the fires. Unfortunately, Porsche says, "Internal studies to determine the cause of the engine damage have not been completed yet," so owners might have a bit of a wait before they are able to drive Porsche's ultimate 911 again. Scroll down to read the entire press release.
Part of the idea behind the new Porsche Macan is that it's less expensive than its larger sibling, the Cayenne. But with a starting MSRP of $49,900, the base Macan S is actually $300 more expensive than the cheapest Cayenne. That, however, is just the start, as you can see from the online configurator.
As is often the case with German cars in general (Porsches especially), tick the right boxes and you'll soon be leaving that base price behind in a cloud of tire smoke. Start off with the Macan Turbo and you're looking at a base MSRP of $72,300, which is already over twenty grand more than the naturally-aspirated version. But even that soon escalates as the options pile on.
Aurum Metallic paint will set you back $3,120. 21-inch wheels, another $3,300. You'll probably want the air suspension, torque vectoring, the Sport Chrono package, adaptive cruise control and lane-change systems, and those each add over a grand to the price. A Burmester surround sound system is the single most expensive option at $4,290. And if you choose them all - and choose all the optional trim packages - you'll soon be looking at a price in excess of $110,000. That's enough to get you into a Cayenne Turbo... assuming you don't tag on all the options to that one, too.