2004 Porsche 911
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Classic Car Overview
Handling and braking are extraordinary. Steering is quick and direct, yet the 911 isnt darty, and it feels as secure as Fort Knox at twice the legal limit. It rides smoothly and more softly than you might expect; its comfortable in daily use and relatively easy to climb into and out of. The six-speed manual gearbox is wonderfully satisfying to use. Porsche has revived the classic 911 exhaust note, and car enthusiasts will mistake it for nothing else.
Though thoroughly modernized in this fourth-generation 911, the gray leather interior is unmistakably Porsche. The driving position is perfect for most enthusiast drivers tastes, with lots of lateral bolstering for spirited driving. The 911, surprisingly perhaps, is a truly comfortable car for traveling long distances, much more so than the Boxster. Visibility is superb all around and instruments are an attractive, quick read. The ignition key is on the left, a tradition carried from an era when Le Mans starts required drivers to run across the pit lane to their car, jump in and take off, fastening their harnesses as they headed onto the front straight.
This Porsche features Atlas Grey Metallic paint and it still looks great. Atlas Grey Metallic is one of the most recent variations on the time-honored gunmetal grey theme. There are a few paint chips but thats normal for an Arizona car. If you want to be seen and heard, this is the Porsche for you!
The Porsche 911s overall performance is nothing short of extraordinary, and that assessment applies to all variants. All have excellent grip, phenomenal stopping ability and thrilling acceleration, yet they are remarkably smooth for daily motoring. The sound of the engine is the first thing you notice after twisting the key. Its fantastic, and even better under hard acceleration. Additional upgrades are:
New slave cylinder
New timing chain tensioner
New spark plugs
New coil pack
New throttle body
New fuel pump and fuel tank
Titanium muffler headers
Rennline trackmat, pedals, floorboard
Whale tail spoiler
The Porsche 911 is precision machinery. It is easy to drive, and very easy to live with. Perhaps best of all, satisfaction with the 911 will likely increase with time. Youll grow to like it more, not less, and that quality can be hard to come by in todays throwaway world. As they say, there is no substitute. Call us today, 480-256-1459. And be sure to check out our website, YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram!
Vehicle History Report
- Classic Car ID101755088
- Stock NumberCCA0231
- CategoryModern Performance
- Body StyleCoupe
- Mileage81,512 miles
- Engine3.6L H6
- TransmissionManual 6-Speed
- Exterior ColorAtlas Grey Metallic
- Seat ColorGray
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