Porsche Unveils an All-New Vehicle about once a decade, with each
debut causing the auto-enthusiast world to pause in reverence. The
mid-engine Boxster had Porschephiles ready to sign checks long
before the first car was even built, with its sultry lines,
promised world-class road manners, and "affordable" entry to the
premium marque. The mid-engine layout conjures images of the
legendary 550 Spyder, a lightweight '50s racer that also fitted its
engine forward of the rear axle for optimum weight distribution.
This 2000 Porsche Boxster with Artic Silver Metallic exterior and
black interior with black convertible top presents very well
overall and eludes pride of ownership through its life.
The owners of this Porsche have kept a spread sheet of the repairs
and maintenance since new, most importantly at 36,000 miles the IMS
bearing was replaced along with the clutch. This Porsche is riding
on 17" wheels with Michelin Pilot Sport tires which are powered by
a 2.7-liter motor mated to a 5-speed manual transmission.
In 1998 Automobile Magazine ranked the Boxster "Automobile of the
Year" after taking this Porsche for a short ride you will know
instantly why it was awarded that accolade.
If you would like to learn more about this vehicle, please contact
us at Legendary Motors LLC.
2000 Porsche Boxster
Exterior Color:Arctic Silver
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