Absolutely spectacular condition and tastefully upgraded 911
Carrera Turbo "S" Coupe with just 35K original miles. Finished in
Seal Grey Metallic over Graphite Grey full supple leather interior,
this car is the extremely rare and the pinnacle of the Porsche
lineup in "S" Turbo trim, with factory PCCB Ceramic Brakes (in
absolute like new perfect condition) with yellow calipers,
Increased 450HP and 457TQ, and other upgrades. This example is
loaded with additional options including the Tiptronic transmission
(keeps boost through every shift and is much faster than a manual
model), Parking assist system, Supple full leather interior, and
Porsche crests embossed in the headrests. Additionally this car has
a set of beautiful and very expensive Porsche specific GMG Racing
130-R Forged Monobloc black finish 19" wheels with Pirelli P Zero
tires (305 in rear), Upgraded stainless exhaust, Evolution
Motorsports V-Flow intake, and ECU tune. The car now makes a
conservative 550+HP and is blisteringly fast yet docile when you
want it to be. Amazing original condition throughout with no major
blemishes or other issues to be disclosed. Truly an awesome and
rare car (1 of only 186 made for the US) and the pinnacle of the
996 era 911 Carrera.
2005 Porsche 911
Exterior Color:SEAL GREY METALLIC
Interior Color:GRAPHITE GREY LEATHER INTERIOR
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