2005 Porsche 911 Rare Noble M12-M400(1 of 75) VERY RARE US CAR
Noble M400 was awarded the car of the year award in 2005 by one
publication. With just 75 examples made, this version is sought
after and rare. The Noble M400 is a sports car from the British car
maker Noble. Manufacturing was outsourced to Hi-Tech
Automotive,based in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. The M400 was
noted by the automotive press for its excellent handling and power.
Engine Twin-turbo 3.0 L Ford Duratec V6 tuned by ROUSH Performance
Transmission Getrag 6-speed manual with Quaife automatic
torque-biasing differential 425 hp 0-60 2.97-3.2 secs Most of these
nobles do come with rebuilt titles Because when they were imported
to the US they have to be imported in pieces in order to get to the
US and title the car so when they reach the United States they're
basically put back together and given a rebuilt title, this
particular car does not have any accidents and has never been in an
accident and has no issues it was just shipped in pieces and
reassembled here and therefore they had to give it a rebuilt title
with certificate and plaque, I have two of these and have sold 6
and they all have the same title status, again this particular car
has NO accidents runs and drives great absolutely NO issues very
very fast, shifts great as well The Noble M400 features a
transversely-mounted rear mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive layout. The
power plant began life as a 2,968 cc (3.0 L; 181.1 cu in) DOHC with
4 valves per cylinder Ford Duratec V6 engine, as used in the Ford
Mondeo ST220. With this engine as a base, Noble fits high-lift
camshafts, revised fuel injection, and Garrett AiResearch T28
twin-turbochargers. The M400 has no ABS, no stability control, no
traction control, and no air bags. Driver safety comes from a
factory racing harness and built-in roll cage. For durability,
Noble also added forged pistons, an oil cooler, a larger baffled
oil sump, and extra cooling ducts.
2005 Porsche 911
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