2006 Porsche 911 Carrera S Convertible 2-door 3.8l on 2040-cars
Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, United States
2006 Carrera S Cabriolet
Black Full Leather Package
Sport Chrono package plus
Self Dimming Mirrors
Power seat package
Heated Front Seats
Carbon Interior Package with steering wheel, shifter, doorsills and door storage bins in Carbon Fiber
Original Pirelli tires, just replaced with Michelin Super Sport tires with less than 250 miles and four new TPMS installed.
Cover King dust cover
This is a two-owner car with 16,928 miles. I lived in Canada and imported the car to Canada and then reimported the car back to the USA. Most of the mileage is highway miles back and forth from Toronto to PA. The Carfax does not properly reflect the number of owners due to the importation. I have all registrations to verify. In April 2010 a parking attendant split the rear bumper cover in a parking garage. I insisted the entire rear bumper cover be replaced, not patched, which was completed through Downtown Fine Cars (Porsche Dealer). There was no other damage from this incident and the car has never been in an accident or had ANY paint. Well maintained by Porsche dealers(have all service records), Mobil 1 always with brakes flushed every two years with any and all maintenance performed.
All maintenance records and manuals and tools are available.
When you see this car, it speaks for itself. Always garaged and covered with c-tek battery tender.
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Auto blogMon, 07 Oct 2013
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.
The Austrian village of Gmünd is more than just difficult to pronounce; it's also the birthplace of the Porsche brand. Before the company ever started building sports cars at its current home base near Stuttgart, the fledgling business completed several vehicles in the tiny town in Southern Austria. In this video, former Pikes Peak International Hill Climb champion Jeff Zwart takes a look at a 1949 Gmünd coupe to see how the company has evolved since its earliest days.
The thing to note about the Gmünd-built Porsches is their absolute design simplicity. The phrase "form follows function" gets bandied around a lot, but it really means something when you look at these early cars. However, the minimalism was partially out of necessity. The vehicles were meant to be sporty but certainly weren't rockets. Power came courtesy of a modified Volkswagen Beetle engine, and anything extraneous would have slowed the models down. Scroll down to watch Zwart go back in time to Porsche's beginnings.
We might be looking at the end of an era in European performance models. Mercedes-Benz is doing away with the SLS in favor of a rumored smaller and cheaper SLC, and Porsche has said that a new 911 GT2 isn't necessarily a sure thing, which means another 911 GT2 RS is even farther away. In its latest video, Evo's Jethro Bovingdon pits the ultimate versions of these German sports coupes against each other and finds two of the fastest cars the magazine has ever lapped around its track.
In one corner, there is the Mercedes SLS AMG Black Series that sits as the pinnacle of the company's halo model. It relies on the classic setup of a V8 mounted in front powering the rear wheels. On the other side, there is the 911 GT2 RS with a turbocharged flat-six mounted at the back, spinning the rear wheels. It was conceived to be Porsche's ultimate expression of a turbocharged 911, and while it's a few years old, Bovingdon shows that it's up to the task of racing a more modern rival.
Both of these rear-wheel-drive monsters are more than capable of some fantastically smoky power-slides, but they also show how great the last generation of sports cars was. Scroll down to check out the video.