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19k Mile 2012 Porsche 911 GTS Cabriolet
|Year Make Model||2012 Porsche 911 GTS Cabriolet|
|Private or Dealer||Dealer|
|Exterior Color, Interior Color||Meteor Grey Metallic, Black with Alcantara Seat|
|Engine Size||3.8 liter|
|Two Pedals or Three?||Two|
|Modifications||OEM Aero kit side skirts, OEM Speedster front spoiler lip, GT3 bumper vent, 20" Forgeline GA1R wheels, Ohlins coilover suspension, Brembo GTR brake kit, clear bra, clear side markers, carbon fiber center console, ignition surround, sport chrono surround, window/door pull surrounds, inside door sills. Alcantara steering wheel, e-brake and shifter, SpeedArt red gauges, SpeedArt floor mats, fire extinguisher, red seat belts and door pulls, tinted windows.|
|BwC Inspection Report?||Yes|
|Open to Trade-In?||No|
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DreamCarXchange is happy to present this 2012 Porsche 911 GTS Cabriolet. It is finished in Meteor Grey Metallic over a Black interior with Alcantara seats and a black top. It has numerous performance and cosmetic modifications including Brembo GTR brake kit, Ohlin coilover suspension, 20″ wheels and tires, and many carbon fiber and Alcantara interior upgrades. It was originally sold and registered in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. It was recently purchased by the selling dealer from the third owner who purchased it as a Certified Pre-Owned vehicle in 2016 when it had 14k miles on it. It has a clean Carfax, has a completed Bid with Confidence Inspection Report and has a clean New Jersey title.
The 2012 is the last year of the 997 generation of the 911, the GTS model sits between the Carrera S and GT3 within the 911 lineup. The GTS adds the wider rear track and fenders of the Carrera 4, Centerlock wheels, a GT3-style interior with Alcantara seating, specific fascia treatment and an upgraded version of the 3.8 liter engine now with 408 HP (up 23 from the “S”) and the same 310 lb-ft of torque, but available 200 rpm lower than the “S”.
This example is also comes with optional equipment such as the PDK transmission, Sport Chrono package plus, heated seats, bi-xenon headlamps, Extended Navigation, Bose surround sound, center console bin in Alcantara with Porsche logo and clear tail lights. The original MSRP for this GTS is $127,395.
Modifications were already completed when the previous owner purchased the car. They include: OEM Aerokit side skirts, OEM Speedster front spoiler lip, GT3 bumper vent, 20″ Forgeline GA1R wheels, Ohlins coilover suspension, center muffler delete, Brembo GT-R brake kit, clear bra, clear side markers, carbon fiber center console, ignition surround, sport chrono surround, window/door pull surrounds, inside door sills. Alcantara steering wheel, e-brake and shifter, SpeedArt red gauges, SpeedArt floor mats, fire extinguisher, red seat belts and door pulls, tinted windows. The seller states that they do not have any of the original parts and notes that the PASM is not operable with with Ohlin suspension installed.
The Forgeline GA1R 20″ wheels are wrapped in Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires sized 245/30/20 in front and 325/25/20 rear, all with manufacturer date codes from 2013.
The Brembo GT-R front and rear brake kit has 380mm rotors clamped by 6 piston calipers and has a floating disc design. The following is a link that gives a full description and pricing for this kit: http://www.sharkwerks.com/products.php?pid=364
The seller noted only a few rock chips/scratches pointed out in the gallery pictures and overall states the car is in overall outstanding condition. The Bid with Confidence Inspection Report also noted that bank 2 (passenger side) header is dented, likely from the car bottoming out at some point in the past.
Powertech in Rockaway, NJ just completed a service of the car in Dec 2018/Jan 2019 that included an oil & filter change, brake fluid flush, cabin filter replacement, replacing the front to rear window selection switch that was inoperable, and installing a new OEM front “Speedster” lip and driver’s side side skirt as both had some minor damage/cracking to them.
In addition, the following service records go along with the sale:
June 2017 at 16.7k miles: Annual service (oil & filter change, wiper blades replaced, water drains, cowls and radiators cleared)
Aug 2016 at 14.9k miles: Warranty work for a stuck lifter
May 2016 at 14.2k miles: Porsche CPO inspection, 60k mile service (oil & filter change, air filter replaced, spark plugs replaced, cabin filter replaced), horn replacement and brake fluid flush
The clean Carfax shows additional maintenance as follows:
Oct 2014 at 12.1k miles: Brake fluid flush
July 2014 at 11.3k miles: Vehicle serviced
Apr 2014 at 10.8k miles: Vehicle serviced
Jan 2014 at 10.3k miles: Vehicle serviced
May 2013 at 8.6k miles: Vehicle serviced
The vehicle includes the wind deflector and also an aftermarket front plate mount that can be installed where the tow hook would be used
The seller has provided a link to a YouTube video showing the car running and revving, with the sport exhaust on and off: 997 GTS Cab running and revving
A Bid with Confidence Inspection Report was completed by Powertech in Rockaway, NJ. During the inspection, a data scan was completed indicating 139 ignitions in Range 1 and no ignitions in Rages 2-6.
The selling dealer is charging $0.00 in document fees.
This is a stunning example of a 997 GTS, with many tasteful upgrades. The previous owner purchased it as a Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) vehicle. It was just serviced and needs absolutely nothing. If you're looking for a 997 GTS that stands out from the rest, this is the one for you.
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