We recently acquired this collector-grade G50 911 coupe from its long term owner. He was the second owner and it has been in his care since 1989.
It is original in almost every aspect, from motor and gearbox to Blaupunkt radio to paint (the two exceptions being a paint repair on the rear bumper and a small spot of paintwork on the front hood around the Porsche crest).
After purchase, we had an extensive mechanical freshening performed by Steinel's Autowerks, a renowned Porsche specialist, at an expense of over $7k. Additionally, we had a comprehensive 12+ hour detailing to restore the car to its original glory.
The car is complete with two sets of keys, all manuals including stamped service book, purchase and service receipts, spare tire, tools, jack, and air compressor.
158 Cassette-radio Blaupunkt Reno SQR 46
341 Central locking system
395 16" Fuchs forged alloy wheels
424 Automatic heating control
425 Rear window wiper
437 8-way electrical seat, left
438 8-way electrical seat, right
454 Automatic speed control
473 Front and rear spoiler
Great sports car value! We took this 2005 Porsche C2S in on trade from the second owner who bought it in March of 2008 with 29193 miles. He has owned it since then and maintained it fanatically, keeping all records. The car's Basalt Black metallic paint shows very well and has been verified as original paint with a paint thickness gauge. The owner had a clearbra film protecting the front valence from stone chips which we removed given that it was showing its age. The original factory stone guards are still installed on the rear fenders. The paint overall is in excellent condition with only a few minor blemishes consistent with a well cared-for car of this mileage. The most noticeable defect is a slight deformation in the plastic rear bumper immediately surrounding the exhaust tips.
The interior leather is in excellent condition, boasting rare factory Adaptive Sport Seats and Full Leather interior. It has never been smoked in and the leather, including the driver's seat bolster, shows very little wear.
In 2012 at 46k miles, the original engine had an IMS bearing failure. The car received a brand new replacement crate motor from Porsche, and according to the engine number, it is the later M97 3.8L motor with the larger revised bearing. All records from the replacement are on file, along with an extensive service history showing regular maintenance, fluid and filter changes, and spark plugs replaced. This car is up-to-date on service and needs nothing for the new owner to drive and enjoy. All books, service records, and two keys are included.
Self Dimming Mirrors
Heated Front Seats
19inch Sport Design Wheel
3-Spoke Leather Multifunction Steering Wheel
Wheel Caps with Colored Crest
Sport Chrono Package Plus
Bose High End Sound Package
Black Full Leather
Aluminum Look Package Switch Panel
Stone Grey Floor Mats
Adaptive Sport Seats
Metal Door Sill Model Insignia
Rear Center Console in Aluminum Look
Instrument Dials Carrara White
Porsche Crest in Headrest