2007 Porsche 911 Carrera 2

A fantastic 997 with great options, a superb driving example

A fantastic 997 with great option and a phenomenal colour

PRICE

£26,500



THE DETAILS

  • MILEAGE / 67,000
  • BODY STYLE / Coupe
  • TRANSMISSION / MANUAL
  • ENGINE CAPACITY / 3,596CC
  • FUEL / PETROL
  • CHASSIS NO / TBA

A fantastic 911 with some very desirable options
Cobalt Blue Metallic
Stone Grey full leather interior
Bi-Xenon Lights
PASM
CD Changed
Bose Sound System
PCM Navigation
PCM Telephone module
19" Carrera S Wheels
Rear Window Wiper
Rear Parking Sensor
Electric Front Seats
Electric Sunroof
Aluminium Gear Lever
Top Tinted Screen
Porsche Tracker

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In my opinion the 997 is the most attractive of the more modern era of 911's due to its smaller size than the 991 and the pure shape.

The colour combination is fantastic and the option of a sunroof makes the car a tremendous specification.

The interior presents very well, with little wear. The steering is a delight, the 997 is a true driver motor car.

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