2005 Porsche 911 997 Beautiful Very Low Mileage!!! on 2040-cars
Hopewell Junction, New York, United States
The true sports car for driving enthusiasts. A manual shift 6 speed 2005 Porsche 911 997 in Arctic Silver. The car looks great and drives like new – in my view nothing needs to be done, nothing, just gas and go.
The original engine is very strong with great acceleration and is barely broken in with only 31K miles.
A new Pioneer touchscreen navigation DVD/CD/radio has been added and is included with the sale, but the OEM radio is also included with the car. The Pioneer comes with wires to play IPOD devices. The tires have a long tread life left and do not need to be replaced at this time. The sunroof does not leak and the car has been garaged since I purchased in 2011.
I have maintained the car with regular oil changes and service as needed. The car has not been in an accident, has a clean black leather interior without any significant wear. I do not smoke.
1) I think the back speakers are too small and they are not the original speakers that have been blown. This can easily be fixed with a new set of Bose speakers. The exterior does have one scratch about 4”on the back rear panel, but not worth fixing, depth of a fingernail.
That’s it – the ultimate sports car for under 45K.
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