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2006 Porsche C2S Convertible C2S Convertible

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1 Owner - Low Miles
H6 3.8L
Tiptronic
Midnight Blue Metallic
Sand Beige leather

Reference Number 266036

as of 3/19/2014

Overview
Car 2006 Porsche C2S Convertible
VIN WP0CB29916S767406 
Mileage 9,100 miles 
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Known History

Exotic Classics is proud to offer this one owner C2S Tiptronic Convertible with only 9,000 miles from new. Base MSRP without a single option begins at $91,400. After all was said and done, this 997 was carefully specked out with an abundance of personal touches and well chosen options. Here they are:

 

Tiptronic Transmission, Heated front seats, wheel caps with colored crests, navigation, bose sound package, remote 6-disc CD changer, Midnight Blue metallic paint, floor mats, power seat package, sand beige full leather interior, and stainless steel exhaust pipes. Total MSRP after all cost options was $107,000.

 

An all-new, direct-injection flat-6 that's a teensy bit smaller and lighter and sits lower in the chassis than the previous power plant, raises the performance bar even higher, which is bound to make GT3 and Turbo owners nervous. In fact, the upscale 911S tops out at 187.6 mph, just 5.4 mph slower than the 911 GT3 and Turbo. That's with the larger 3.8-liter engine, which cranks out 385 bhp, 30 more than the previous S power plant, and 40 more than the new 3.6-liter "normal" engine. In designing the new power plant, engineers eliminated 40 percent of components deemed unnecessary (for example, the crankshaft bearing saddle), so please, no jokes about how much money the factory saved. The point is, this is a better engine. And man, is it responsive! Mated to this potent power plant is the civilian version of the PDK (Porsche Doppelkupplung) transmission, first used in the factory's 956 and 962 endurance racers from 1983 to 1986. Highly refined over the racing gearbox, this twin-clutch, close-ratio 7-speed delivers computer-controlled, lightning-quick shifts that beat the Carrera's 6-speed manual gearbox by 0.2 seconds. When augmented with Porsche's optional Sports Chrono Plus package, the Carrera S, using Launch Control, sprints from 0 to 60 in 4.1 seconds. Because the PDK transmission replaces the Tiptronic S, you might think it behaves slovenly like a typical automatic. Not so. Although it's transparent when driven gently, PDK becomes a speed-shifting fool when you put on your race face. Stomp on the loud pedal and this gearbox does some amazing things — like downshifting to 2nd from 6th under heavy braking when you're trying to slow from, say, 130 mph to 60. No human could do it better.