This 2010 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S coupe is finished in Dark Blue Metallic over Black leather and powered by a 3.8-liter flat-six mated to a 7-speed PDK transaxle rapidly propelling this all wheel drive sports car. Options include Sport Chrono Plus, Bose audio, PCM with navigation, Dynamic Cornering Lights, ventilated seats and more. The car was purchased new in Illinois and remained with its first three owners until coming to Florida in 2019. The 997.2 C4S was acquired by the selling owner in March 2019 and shows 83k miles. It is offered with a clean Carfax report, owner's books, and a clean Florida title.
The exterior is finished in extra-cost Dark Blue Metallic (M5X or dunkelblaumetallic), and the condition of the paintwork and trim is shown up close in the gallery below. The Carfax report shows no accidents or other damage. Blemishes include chips on the nose and hairline crack on one of the rear LED tail lights, covered in protective Lamin-x film.
Factory Carrera S II 19" wheels wear Michelin Pilot Sport tires up front and Pilot Super Sports out back. The Sport Chrono Plus Package included shorter springs and variable damper settings with the Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) system. Larger brakes with cross-drilled rotors were equipped, stainless steel brake lines, GT2 ducts, new brake pads and fluid flush were completed recently. Dynamic Cornering Lights (bi-xenon) were also optioned giving a modern appearance with the standard LED daytime running lights.
Black leather covers heated and optioned ventilated power-adjustable Comfort seats with memory settings. Aluminum trim accents the dash and steering wheel, which features buttons for sequential gear selection. A new Porsche 991 Sport Steering wheel with true paddle shifters has been added along with Bose audio, XM satellite radio, PCM with navigation, a universal auxiliary input with Apple Lightning adapter, and Bluetooth capability were optioned.
The Sport Chrono Plus Package incorporates a dash-top chronometer, and variable suspension and engine management profiles are activated with buttons in the center stack. This includes Sport and Sport Plus modes with Launch Control. The digital odometer shows just over 83k miles. The front trunk stores flat repair and tow kits with an air compressor.
The 3.8-liter flat-six features direct injection (no IMS bearing!) and pairs with a 7-speed Porsche-Doppelkupplungsgetriebe (PDK) gearbox. Power was quoted at 385 horsepower and 310 lb-ft of torque when new, and PDK-equipped models achieved 0-60 mph times of 3.8 seconds in contemporary testing. Regular services were performed at Champion Porsche and German specialty shops in Florida, where the car was maintained from the current owner's purchase according to the Carfax report and documented receipts.
The recent Carfax report shows an accident-free history under owner in Florida through 2020, and documented dealer service visits up to 2019. Recent maintenance includes oil change, air and cabin filters, radio knobs, drive belt, spark plug set, VVT solenoid, horns, door actuator, and front axle shaft replaced.
A bolder professionally painted GT2 style wing and harness has been added, however all original deck lid pieces have been retained and are included for reversing if desired. Other updates include Porsche 991 Sport Steering wheel, Porsche lower front splitter, Porsche clear side markers, LED bulbs, Porsche floor mats, Porsche 3rd radiator, GT3 ducts and vent, and RSS wheel spacers. Black Rennline grille screens and Porsche bumper grilles, and headlight washer cap have been added completing the sporty look.
A copy of the dealer build sheet lists options, standard equipment, and a 2010 MSRP of $111k. A collection of the owner's books is included in the sale along with two functioning keys. There is currently a lien on this car, and the seller's lender will need to be paid off before the title can be transferred to the new owner.
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