The droptop exotic of your dreams is finally within reach. This 2004 Porsche 911 Cabriolet is loaded with extras, comes with all the right paperwork, and its ideal factory color combo has been babied from day one. But all you really notice was that this low-mileage executive machine is now available at a middle manager’s price.
Silver is Germany’s racing color, so a just looks perfect on a 911. But making the right choice of paint is only the beginning of what makes it so attractive. The luster on this factory-applied color is a true testament to German quality. And the way the light rolls off this sleek design also highlights the superior fit and finish that comes from buying an exotic Porsche. But more than just quality from the factory, you can tell this car has been someone’s baby. It’s in the details like the condition of the gray power folding roof and the optional 18-inch alloys that look like they’ve never done battle with a curb.
This car was ordered with the convertible enthusiast in mind. The gray leather interior complements the exterior silver nicely to makes this one a sophisticated standout. But more than just aesthetics, German cars are some of the best at ergonomics. This 911 strikes the perfect balance of being comfortable enough to drive every day, but it’s still instantly ready to attack the backroads when you are. The three-spoke sports steering wheel gives a clear view to the full gauge package (the tach is the most prominent piece in these competition-inspired Porsches.) The shifter is in the perfect place for your right hand to instinctively want to always hold it. But more than just a sports car, this one wants to remind you that it’s a premium vehicle with plenty of features. It includes power seats, power windows, power locks, keyless entry, and cruise control. The stereo unit is the upgraded AM/FM/CD/DVD touchscreen, so this Porsche can run with the best modern machines. A modern classic also means modern safety features such as dual front air bags, side air bags, and ABS. There’s dual zone climate control to make sure you can stay cool even with the top down, and the optional wind deflector even means there shouldn’t even be a hair out of place after spirited drives.
The original 3.6-liter boxer motor is the key to this car’s appeal. The later 996 cars like this one had a larger displacement and more power – a very healthy 320 hp total. In keeping with this car’s dual nature of being a grand touring cruiser or a twisty road smile machine, the five-speed automatic will do the overdrive motoring for you, or you can shift your way through the gears anytime the mood strikes you. No matter which way you choose, Porsche’s performance-tuned fully independent sport suspension makes the open road your favorite destination. Add in four-wheel vented disc brakes, power steering, and Michelin performance tires, and this is a truly an unbeatable package.
Complete with owner’s manual and plenty of other official handbooks, we all love getting the most for our money. And this is your rare opportunity to get a low mileage, expertly maintained German exotic for a very affordable price. So if you want to get the front valet spot, or just love going the long way home, you know now is the time to act. Call today!!