2004 Porsche 911 (996) Turbo 6-Speed Cabriolet: 1 of an estimated
1,490 U.S market and 2004 model year designated Turbo Cabriolets.
Finished in Porsche's very iconic red hue of Guards Red over a
classic Black Full Leather-appointed cabin. Exhibits an odometer
reading of a very low 15,XXX miles and displays a Clean CARFAX
Report. Featured equipment/factory-ordered options (Original MSRP
of $130,685): Wheel Caps with Colored Crest; Delete Cabriolet
Hardtop; Black Full Leather; Guards Red; Black Mats - Porsche
lettering; Sport Seats w/Full Leather Int; Black Top; Stainless
Steel Exhaust Pipes; Porsche Crest in Headrest; Seat Belts - Guards
Red; Brake/Shifter Carbon/Aluminum; Stitch F/R Seats - Dev.
Color.The 996's Turbo Significance: It was developed during a time
when the driving experience wasn't overshadowed by a suite of
electronic enhancements and features minimal driving aids; it
encases the coveted Mezger engine which is a derivative of the unit
that was utilized in the legendary 911 GT1 race-car and offers
rampant, race-track performance that's optimized for everyday
usability; remains to be more analog and compact, as opposed to its
Turbo successors; it's modern with gran-touring-like comfort but
yet has a traditional mechanical feel that's not readily available
in cars today and its "just-rightness" is off the charts!Upon
viewing the exterior of this delightful Turbo, your presence is
welcomed by its contour clasping, Guards Red finish; a streamlined
gas lid that's understatedly integrated into the right fender; a
power opening/closing soft top in Black; 18-inch Turbo-look wheels;
the rear's fluidic and wide haunches set behind the iconic side
intake scoops; an automatically deploying spoiler that raises at
around 77 MPH and lowers at roughly 37 MPH; a dual-section and
active rear spoiler that automatically deploys at around 75 MPH
(only the top section rises, while the lower section remains in a
fixed position); dual exhaust outlets. Just before slipping inside
of its quintessential Black Full Leather upholstered cabin, you're
first met by black door sills bearing bright-finished 'turbo'
insignia and when inside, one of the first things that'll catch
your attention are the Guards Red seat belts in conjunction with
the perforated, Guards Red stitching and Porsche Crest embossed
headrest bearing Sport seats followed by the sumptuous leather that
extends onto the dashboard, door regions and rear cabin wall areas
and you can expect to find Guards Red stitching, brushed
aluminum/metallic-coated surfacing on select areas, Carbon Fiber
trim covering the shift knob and parking brake levers with the
carpeting completed in Black. The driver is faced with a leather
wrapped and 3-spoke steering wheel; a leather-covered
instrumentation hood with black instrumentation dials situated
behind orange needles; 5.8-inch navigation display; the delectable
manual transmission's precise and direct shifting, 6-speed shifter.
Front occupants are supported by Sport seats offering multi-power
adjustments and can expect in-cabin audio playback via the
11-speaker BOSE Audio System.For more information on this
astounding 2004 Porsche 911 Turbo 6-Speed Cabriolet, offered by
Ryan Friedman Motor Cars, call and/or text us now at (516)
888-9000; we're authentic motor car aficionados, let's chat!
2004 Porsche 911
Location:Glen Cove, New York
Exterior Color:Guards Red
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