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2009 911 carrera 4s cabriolet 1
2009 911 carrera 4s cabriolet
2009 911 carrera 4s cabriolet
2009 911 carrera 4s cabriolet
2009 911 carrera 4s cabriolet
2009 911 carrera 4s cabriolet
2009 911 carrera 4s cabriolet
2009 911 carrera 4s cabriolet
2009 911 carrera 4s cabriolet

2009 911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet

$56,000 OBO

51,500 miles
Cincinnati, OH

jason555@mailproc.com

3 months ago

I’ve decided to sell my 997.2 C4S Cabrio. This is a great build that I spent almost a year looking for ($121,595 sticker). It was purchased as a CPO car from a Porsche dealer. Asking $56,000.

Build Specs:
Carrara White with Black full leather interior / Black Top
267 Self Dimming Mirrors
342 Heated Front Seats
405 19" Carrera Classic Wheel
603 Dynamic Cornering Lights
619 Bluetooth Phone Interface
640 Sport Chrono Package Plus
672 Navigation for PCM
680 Bose High End Sound Package
870 Universal Audio Interface
CNF Front Air Intakes Painted
CXB Illuminated Door Entry Guards in Stainless Steel
P01 Adaptive Sport Seats
XAJ Side Skirts in Exterior Color
XMP Leather Sun Visors Lighted
XSA Sport Seat Backs Painted Exterior Color
XSC Porsche Crest in Headrest

Modifications / Additions
-XPEL paint protection film on entire front third of car
-SmartTOP one touch control for top
-Clear corners indicators
-SiriusXM integration from NAV-TV
-Fister Cermachrome finish mufflers
-Porsche fold up windscreen cover

This is a third car that has always been garaged and never seen salt / snow. I’ll post an overrev report as soon as I get a current one. At last check there were only a few range 1 and 2’s. Nothing above that.
The interior of the car is near perfect. The main wear area is the center console where your arms rests.
The exterior of the car has the entire front third covered in Xpel paint film which still looks great. There are a few edges with some very minor dirt under the edge. You really have to look for it. The headlights, door handles, and mirrors are also covered. The clear stone guards on the rear corners have been replaced with OEM since they were yellowing.
The rear tires (OEM Porsche) will need replacing soon. The fronts will probably last through another set of rears.

Oil has been changed every 5k miles with Motul synthetic oil. I have a blackstone oil report showing better than average wear and no concerns that was done summer 2016.

The car drives as new with no issues, noises, leaks, etc.. I had the clutch replaced at 40k miles by my local Porsche Dealer. They did the full clutch, pressure plate, throw-out bearing, and also rear main seal.
Currently running Hawk Performance pads to cut down on brake dust.

Full maintenance records from new with all original manuals and 2 keys. Also have wind deflectors.

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