2007 Porsche 911 Turbo on 2040-cars
Euless, Texas, United States
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2007 Porsche 911 Twin Turbo, 6100 ACTUAL MILES, Black/ Natural Tan leather, 6-speed, PERFECT CONDITION. Never wet
or in severe sun. The new car smell is still intact and the fit and finish is simply impeccable. Last of the GT1
motors and a true collector piece. A very chance to purchase a car of this quality and an extremely rare find to
add to any collection. Save almost $100k over a new Turbo. Too many options to list but a few are natural leather,
heated seats, parking assist, sport Chrono package, module for PCM, leather sun visors w/ lighted mirror, rear
leather center console, etc. Modest and tasteful Porsche backed Car graphics exhaust. Included w/ sale is the
original. I have all remote keys, window sticker, letter of authenticity, service records, two sets of perfect
factory floormats, misc. original docs and brochures. This is the nicest 997 Turbo in existence. $160k invested.
Sold new at Beverly Hills Porsche. Even the INSIDES of the wheels are waxed and clean. Paint is stunning and still
retains the factory luster (looks like you could put your hand right thru it). Mats over original mats. Washed w/
distilled water (obsessive compulsive owner) and never any harsh chemicals or solvents allowed near car. Nonsmoking
owner allowing no food, no pets, no kids or any passengers for fear of scuffing interior. This car will take your
breath away. It is a car that has to be seen to believe. The pedigree and documentation of this 997 turbo is
unsurpassed. Clear title with no liens
Porsche 911 for Sale
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Auto blogWed, 26 Feb 2014
The night before Porsche handed me the keys to its 2015 Macan to drive on both road and track, the company threw together a great dinner for the assembled media in Leipzig. Hosted in Porsche's spaceship-shaped customer delivery center in the eastern German town, I'll admit that I spent the bulk of my night grabbing hors d'oeuvres from passing waiters (they do a nice tuna sashimi), milling around a collection of historic and interesting vehicles on the top floor and gulping down Warsteiner.
In an era of mega car companies, the story of how the 918 came to be was really refreshing.
Before the evening was over, however, Porsche design chief Michael Mauer stopped by my table to exchange pleasantries and thank us all for coming out to drive the Macan. My fellow diners and I passed a pleasant half-hour or more picking the brain of the forthcoming Mauer, and somehow or another, the topic turned to Porsche's newest supercar, the 918 Spyder. In an era of mega car companies (the Volkswagen Group included) and massive development teams, the story of how the 918 came to be is really refreshing.
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.
He's had his fill of early, long-hood Porsche 911s - he owns at least one from each model year, from 1964 to 1973 - so Magnus Walker, a fanatic of the Stuttgart, Germany-based automaker, recently set his sights on the early Porsche 930, as documented by this XCAR video called 'Turbo Fever.' Let us translate: pretty soon Walker will own all of the earliest, non-intercooled 911 Turbos - at least one from each model year, starting at 1975 and ending at 1977 (though the 1975 911 Turbo Carrera never officially was imported to the US by Porsche, so it'll be tougher to find one Stateside).
Any Porsche enthusiast can tell you why they love their car, and it often comes down to the small details that differentiate one model year from another. One of many examples is the mid-'80s 928. They look similar, but the basic difference between a 1984 Porsche 928 S and a 1985 928 S (US-spec) is two camshafts and 54 horsepower, though each car's V8 has its own pros and cons. We'll let Magnus Walker tell you all about the 930 and what makes the first three years special, as he's becoming quite the expert on early, air-cooled 911s. When the nearly 15-minute mini-documentary was filmed, which you can view below, he already had added four early 930s to his collection!