2005 Porsche 997 Carrera 4S Gen 1

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Arctic Silver Metallic | Coupé | 5 Speed Tiptronic | 3.8 litre flat 6 | 66,464 kms | SOLD

WPCS 2.1.0
 

It was in the early 80’s Porsche let its engineers loose to develop an all new all-wheel-drive system and it turned out to be so good that the 911 sports coupe won Paris Dakar against a swathe of off-road vehicles and ever since Porsche learned plenty along the way resulting in its latest all- wheel-drive models being absolutely brilliant in all dynamic functions.

The Type 997 was an all-new inspiring generation of the 911, with design cues resembling the early 993 with its once again circular headlights and the ‘S’ specification was given an all new meaty naturally aspirated 3.8 liitre that produced 261kW and 400Nm of torque. With the new motor mated with the AWD in a Carrera 4S, the 911 can deliver 0 – 100 km/h in just 4.9 seconds.

The Carrera 4S also featured wider rear fenders, larger rolling stock, larger air-intake grills and a host of tech normally reserved for the 911 Turbo making it top of its class for the Carrera model line.

Available on our showroom floor is an excellent example of the 2005 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S Tiptronic Coupe that was delivered new by Porsche Brisbane in Arctic Silver Metallic which has travelled just 66,000 kilometres from new.

This 911 was ordered with the following options:

• Arctic Silver Metallic

• Black Leather

• Tiptronic Transmission

• Multifunction Steering Wheel

• Tiptronic Buttons for Steering Wheel

• Park Assistant

• Telephone Module for PCM

• Leather Covered Steering Wheel Airbag

Accompanying the car are the original manuals still kept within the leather Porsche wallet, both original Porsche keys and a complete Porsche Specialist service history with it’s last completed in January 2019.

Excellently maintained the exterior paintwork and 19-inch alloy wheels still present in excellent condition. The interior shows little signs of wear, the leather is in good order throughout and the interior dash controls and instruments remain in as-new condition.

With such low kilometres on the clock, a great maintenance history in a desirable combination and specification, this seriously good and undervalued 911 is the perfect excuse for that weekend away to then return to the Monday commute and that is the 911 way.
 
 


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