2007 Porsche Cayman S Hatchback 2-door 3.4l on 2040-cars
Montverde, Florida, United States
2007 Porsche Cayman S Midnight Blue and Grey interior, fully loaded
6 speed, tinted
Suspension- installed about 10,000 ago
KW Variant 3 (V3) coilovers $3,000
Techart rear sways bar $800
Performance: installed about 5,000 miles ago
IPD Plenum with GT3 throttle body $1,000+
Remus Exhaust $2,000
FVD Bombacher tuning software $800
EVOS cold air intake $400
Wheels: Custom, specifically for maximum width and flush for the CaymanS. No rubbing
HRE 547R custom 3 piece 19x8 fronts 19x10 rears with Michelin pilot sport tires front 235 and 295 rears $5,000. I have the original wheels with good tires if new owner want both pairs just add $800.
1 year 12,000 miles left on the Ext. Warranty the top tier option.
I have all the maintenance records since the car was purchased at Porsche of Orlando and all maintenance done by EuroTech in Winter Garden. It is about 15 pages of maintenance records.
Clutch and gearshift cables replace by Porsche at 60,000 miles
Reason for selling: Donít drive it much and I am getting a new fishing boat (already ordered will be here on the 29 July, so the Porsche need to go.
The car is super fast and handles superb.
Current miles 80,300. NADA stock clean 26- 28k.
I am asking $29,000 with over $15,000 worth of top of the line performance parts. OBO
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Auto blogWed, 23 Jan 2013
Porsche has released official pricing for its entire lineup of 2013 models, which just happens to include the upcoming 918 Spyder hybrid supercar. The 795-horsepower advanced-technology-lab-on-wheels is now officially confirmed to have a starting price of $845,000 in the US, which is the exact amount we were told earlier when we had the opportunity to ride shotgun in some 918 Spyder pre-production test vehicles.
What we didn't know at the time was the cost of the Weissach trim package, which is a high-performance upgrade to the standard vehicle that includes the deletion of some interior amenities and addition of lighter-weight carbon fiber appointments, magnesium wheels, flame-resistant upholstery, racing belts and aerodynamic aids - it's meant for track-going folk who intend to use their 918 Spyders as God, country and manufacturer intended.
All told, the Weissach package should drop the 918 Spyder's curb weight by some 80 pounds, while also lightening your wallet of an additional $84,000 - the car's MSRP with the Weissach package is $929,000. These prices don't, however, include destination charges, which, for something like the very limited edition 918 Spyder (only 918 will be made), could very well cost considerably more than your average Porsche.
In Porsche parlance, 'outlaw' basically means 'hot rod,' and that definition can vary from person to person. For Jack Griffin and his 1955 Porsche 356 Continental, it means taking a great car to start with and reworking it to become a classic coupe that fits its driver perfectly. The latest video from Petrolicious highlights Griffin's 356 and all of the personalization he has in the beautiful ride.
Griffin acquired this 356 in 1994, but it came in rough shape. That made it the perfect canvas to transform the coupe into the Porsche of his dreams. On the outside, only things like the hood-mounted fuel filler, louvered decklid and Fuchs wheels give it away as something special, but underneath, it is modernized to be a faster, more robust car. Griffin considers it "a piece of art on wheels."
Hearing the Continental name associated with Griffin's Porsche might be throwing you, since it's normally more associated with Lincoln, but Griffin tells the whole story of what makes it so special on his '55 in the video. Scroll down to get an automotive history lesson and check out this fantastic 356 hot rod.
Porsche marketers are having a field day with the 918 Spyder after some last-minute tuning improved the car's performance. They now say that it's so fast it's already beaten itself. Let us explain: Using a Weissach package-equipped 918 as an example (which reduces the plug-in hybrid supercar's weight through the deletion of some interior items, more generous use of carbon fiber and magnesium wheels), the car's previous official 0-62 miles-per-hour time of 2.8 seconds has been cut to 2.6. Additionally, 0-124 mph takes 7.2 seconds and 0-186 mph is dispatched in 19.9 seconds, times that were reduced by half a second and 2.1 seconds, respectively.
In all-electric mode, a non-Weissach pack 918 does 0-62 mph in 6.2 seconds (with the package, 6.1 seconds), down from 6.9 seconds. Efficiency is also improved thanks to the final tuning. The New European Driving Cycle (NEDC) rating of a Weissach pack-equipped car equates to 94 miles per gallon, up three mpg compared to before. That's pretty good for a car with 887 horsepower!
Check out the press release below for more details on how Porsche's final tuning measures improved its flagship supercar.