2009 Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet In 1923 Ferdinand Porsche moved to Stuttgart to become Technical Director at Daimler, where he assumed responsibility for the development of the famous S, SS and SSK models, while also helping to develop truck and aero-engines, etc. When his contract expired, he returned to Austria where he at first worked as General Director of Steyr. In 1931 Porsche went into business for himself, starting his own design company in Stuttgart. And the rest as they say is history! For consignment, a 6-cylinder fuel injected, 6-speed manual transmission personal rocket ship in the form of a 2 owner, garage kept 2009 Carrera S Cabriolet. This car presents in beautiful condition, with a few minor faults seen on the body and wheels and is mechanically very sound, always garage kept, well maintained, comes with some of its Porsche dealership service records and has a mere 38,917 actual miles clocked on her. From the minds of German engineers, and the spirit of Ferdinand Porsche a great sports car priced reasonably...Schnell! Exterior With the clean lines reminiscent of models that have come before like the 356 Speedster, this car cuts through the wind like a bird in flight. Seams are kept to a minimum, and the ones that need to exist, are minding their gaps incrementally well. The entire car is bathed in beautiful Meteor Gray paint and a clear paint protector has been applied to the leading edge of the hood. A few scratches and dings are noted throughout the body with the worst being a deep scratch on the driver\'s door. Xenon headlights sealed in their aerodynamic environment lead the way, meanwhile, up top is a power actuated black canvas convertible top that raises and lowers with the flick of a switch and on the sloped rear a speed activated spoiler raises and lowers electronically. Big 19-inch wheels wrapped in staggered Continental Extreme Contact raised blackwall rubber keeping this car stuck to the road like a cat on carpet. We do note some cracking of the clear coated finish on these wheels that should be able to be remedied. Interior Sport luxury would best describe the interior of this sports car. Carrera Red leather abounds and has fine stitching holding everything together. The dual high back buckets are power adjustable, very clean and offer up a heated option as well. In the rear we note a pair of 2 plus 2 buckets that are divided by the center hump and are built to accommodate children or adults of a very small frame. An aerodynamically designed console races forward towards the dash, and has a nice storage compartment, and the leather covered and booted shift lever. The dash front houses a high end sound package with navigation, AM/FM/CD and Bluetooth capability. The digital climate control toggles are resting just below. In front of the driver is a cascade of circular instruments, keeping you abreast of all the car\'s vitals. These are white faced gauges and are fronted by the original steering wheel, which shows no wear. Down low clean thick pile red carpet compliments the interior leather and is protected by black carpeted mats. Drivetrain A water cooled 3.8-liter 6-cylinder engine with 4 valves per cylinder drives this rear wheel driver. This mill is fed by electronic fuel injection and has a 6-speed manual transmission backing it up which puts power to a 3.44 axle. We note the addition of a carbon fiber dual snorkel Fabspeed Motorsport air intake along with some other carbon fiber dress up appearing in the slightly dusty engine bay. Undercarriage All very clean underneath with a mass of interwoven tubes and pipes, all packed into the rear of this car. Slight corrosion is noted but is mostly unremarkable. Plenty of ground effects panels cover most of the underside. Cross drilled disc brakes are grabbed by 4 piston calipers and have active brake differential, anti-lock braking, and this car sports traction control. For the exhale, we see the fac
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