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1997 Porsche 911 993 on 2040-cars

US $11,500.00
Year:1997 Mileage:184500 Color: Silver /
 Black
Location:

Northford, Connecticut, United States

Northford, Connecticut, United States

Please contact me at : wenonawwwhitherspoon@clubyamaha.com .

1997 Porsche 911 C2S, 993 Series
I'm essentially the second owner. Original owner put about 178,000 miles on it and traded it in at the dealership,
I purchased it from an employee at the dealership last year. I've driven 5K miles since.
Exterior: 7.5/10.
Typical Front End road rash
Drivers Side rear fender paint has a couple of scrapes from the 3M fender guard removal
No 3M fender guards
Minor scrapes on passenger side rims
Rear Tires ~ 50% worn
Front Tires ~ 25% worn
Interior: 8/10
Driver Seat bolster worn
Tear in the rear deck fascia
Mechanical: 9/10
Burned about 1/4 quart of oil in the last 4K miles
Needs an oil change before next road trip
Rear Spoiler noisy on activation
Mostly highway miles
Electrical 10/10
All lights function
Immobilizer function
All electrical functions as expected
I have service/maintenance records since 113K miles. Work was done at Foreign Affairs Motorsports.
113K miles: General Service, exhaust repair $315.50
116K miles: Top End rebuild, New Clutch $$7026.82
119K miles: AC compressor and parts $1314.47
121K miles: Brake pads and rotors $664.43
122K miles: General Service $184.50
122K miles: Alignment & Tires $305.86
125K miles: General Service $456.26
128K miles: General Service, odometer repair $425.35
130K miles: General Service $71.20
130K miles: General Service, Tires $1415.95
136K miles: General Service $301.70
142K miles: General Service, battery, General Service $455.76
145K miles: Floor Mats, Headlights, Hood Shocks, General Service $1004.75
147K miles: Axle boots, Distributor, Plugs, General Service $1762.34
151K miles: Control Arms, CV joints, Alignment, AC Compressor $2974.51
158K miles: Shocks, Tires $2218.87
158K miles: Window Switches $170.63
165K miles: General Service $696.20
167K miles: Shifter Coupler/Joint $426.96
167K miles: Cooling Fan, General Service $1209.14
171K miles: General Service $283.95
171K miles: New Wiring Harness, AC repair, Valve Gaskets, General Service $4143.12
173K miles: New Clutch & Flywheel, Belts, Gaskets, Steering Wheel $3078.81
173K miles: Brake Master Cylinder, ABS repair, General Maintenance $3128.97
175K miles: Brake Pads, Distributor, Immobilizer, General Service: $2927.96
175K miles: General Service, Sunroof Seals, Dash Lights: $2757.06
175K miles: Front and Rear Adjustable Bilsteins & Lowered to EU spec: $2200.00
178K miles: Front Windshield: $700
180K miles: General Service: $65 (changed the oil myself)
The car is mechanically excellent, no leaks and I'd not hesitate to drive it across the country.

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2015 Porsche Cayenne S

Tue, 23 Sep 2014

Oh, Porsche.
Just as the dust settles over the 911 GT3's no manual gearbox kerfuffle, the Germans have gone and yanked the yummy naturally aspirated 4.8-liter V8 from the Cayenne S and replaced it with a twin-turbo 3.6-liter V6. Is nothing sacred in Porscheland?
Perhaps not... but that's not necessarily a bad thing. After all, Porsche famously once said they'd never build a diesel, but when they did, it was actually rather stellar.

Porsche LMP1 to use 4-cyl hybrid powertrain [w/poll]

Wed, 11 Dec 2013

With the Formula One season - and indeed his entire F1 career - now behind him, Mark Webber took advantage of his early release from Red Bull Racing to try out the new LMP1 which Porsche is developing, undertaking the final test session of 2013 before Porsche throws it head first into the FIA World Endurance Championship next April. The session - which followed previous tests at Magny-Cours, Monza, Paul Ricard and the Eurospeedway at Lausitz - was held at the Algarve circuit in Portimão, Portgual, in collaboration with Michelin, which is developing the tires for the car. But that's hardly the news here.
No, the news is the first confirmation we've seen on the type of powertrain Porsche has developed for its new Le Mans prototype: a gasoline-burning four-cylinder engine with direct injection and two energy recovery systems. This contrasts sharply with the V6 turbodiesel and single electric motor used by Audi in the R18 e-tron Quattro (or at least the outgoing version) or the naturally-aspirated V8 and single electric motor found in the Toyota TS030. Flexibility in the rules set down by the FIA and ACO give the manufacturers that kind of latitude, prompting F1 teams like Ferrari and Renault to consider developing their new engines for Le Mans prototypes as well.
At this point Porsche isn't saying how large its four-cylinder engine is or how much power it will produce. But it'll be interesting, to say the least, to see how it fares against the Audi and Toyota in next year's championship and at Le Mans when it'll be piloted by Webber, former Lola LMP1 driver Neel Jani and Audi's own 2011 Le Mans-winning pair of Romain Dumas and Timo Bernhard.

Porsche inspecting 2,500 Euro-spec Macans for damaged brake boosters

Thu, 29 May 2014

Porsche is investigating a potential brake issue with 2,500 of its new Macan CUVs. The inspection focuses on the state of the brake systems following tests that discovered the brake boosters may have been damaged during assembly.
Porsche has pointed out that, despite the concern, the affected Macans still meet safety regulations. The issue is predominantly found in European-spec Macans, which according to Porsche, have been delivered to consumers. Owners of affected vehicles in Europe will be notified and asked to come in for a brief, no-cost inspection.
American consumers, though, have no reason to worry. We reached out to Porsche Cars North America, who confirmed that the vehicles in question were assembled before US-spec cars were screwed together.