2007 Porsche 911 Turbo 6 speed

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Technical specifications

Interior Color:Gray
Number of Cylinders:6
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This Porsche has been a fantastic car to me. I have always wanted to own one and im certainly glad I did. I didnt get this car in the best condition from the previous owner unfortunately. This car had an accident previously to my ownership. I have spent the last 3 years or so sorting out most of its issues and doing my best to make it a better car. It still has some little things to get around to, but nothing that hinders its reliability and/or drivability. I don’t really have much as far as records because it was serviced by my friend who owns a German repair facility. When I first got the car we realized it needed quite a few things and we started with a control arm, bushings, ball joints, oil feed lines and a few misc. other things. Over the years, as we found the issues I’ve fixed them with a pretty open checkbook. The Shark Werks coolant pipes have been done. The car has a Tubi Exhaust (Has a dent on bottom from previous owner, seems like a parking curb or something. likely can be pulled out) and sounds great. 19" BBS CH-R Wheels. The airbag light is on currently, My mechanic cant read that system to tell what the problem is. The seat belts work fine, so we think the airbag computer needs reprogramming, but cant be certain. New TPMS sensors are in wheels but only 2 read from time to time, So it is likely they need reprogramming. The drivers side window opens the 1/2" when you open the door from the inside, then when you close the door, it does not retract closed. Ive been told the limits need to be reset, or it could possibly need a regulator or motor. I have not had the time to get around to fixing that. The front trunk area is the area that sustained the damage in the accident, and that is still evident in the lower section of the floor pan of the trunk. Theres no damage at any pinch welds or seams, but the floor is “wrinkled” a bit and not fully smooth like factory simply due to to the process of attempting to make perfect. I also didn’t want to go crazy fixing it, trying to “hide” something. The interior is nice and seats are great. The carbon center console has a couple cracks in it from the previous owner also, not terrible but notable for sure. A few small interior bits are missing like a seatbelt cover on the passenger B pillar, and a small trim piece near the door handles. This is not the "perfect" Porsche that someone may be searching for, but it doesnt come with the hefty "perfect porsche" price tag either. This car has a history, but it has a clean title, and is pretty well sorted out and ready for the next owner to enjoy and have fun with it. I always recommend coming to see a car before bidding! I will do my best to get any kind of photos or information you would like prior to bidding. Thank you for your consideration!
The previous buyer did not have his financing in order. Please have your funds in order before bidding or winning.

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