Absolutely breathtaking condition and very nicely optioned Cayman S
with the highly desirable 6spd manual transmission and 3.4L 911
Carrera engine. Finished in nearly flawless Basalt Black Metallic
optional paint over Black Leather optional hard back sport seats,
this car has all the right options and features including: 19"
Carrera Classic alloy wheels shod with like new Michelin Pilot
Sport tires all around; Xenon HID headlamp package, BOSE surround
sound premium sound system, Heated seats, Wheel caps with colored
crests, TPMS, Porsche embroidered floor mats, Cargo net, Power
operated rear spoiler, Homelink, Cruise control, On board computer,
and more. This car really must be seen to believe it could possibly
be this clean and looks almost as if it just rolled off the
showroom floor with amazing paint and body showing no signs of
accident repairs or other cosmetic issues to be noted. The interior
is incredibly clean as well with none of the usual wear issues
including excellent leather seat bolster, no headliner sagging, and
a very clean center console. The car runs and drives like new with
no known issues to be noted and has just undergone a comprehensive
inspecting with current service and all major functions in proper
working order. Possibly the finest example of the first 987 Cayman
S in the best spec for sale anywhere in the country.
2006 Porsche Cayman
Exterior Color:BASALT BLACK METALLIC
Interior Color:BLACK LEATHER INTERIOR
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