20k Mile 2007 Porsche Cayman S 6-Speed Manual
|Year Make Model||2007 Porsche Cayman S|
|Location||Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey, 07849|
|Private or Dealer||Dealer|
|Seller Tiers||Raging Bull: 3.909% Buyer Fee|
|Exterior Color, Interior Color||Arctic Silver, Black|
|Engine Size||3.4 liter flat six|
|Two Pedals or Three?||Three|
|Modifications||Borla catback exhaust, Softronic tune, pulley, clear side markers, carbon, LED spars, front splitters, vinyl wrap, interior LED lights, aluminum pedals, Bluetooth|
|BwC Inspection Report?||No|
|Open to Trade-In?||Yes|
|Vehicles interested in as Trade-in||Most anything|
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DreamCarXchange is pleased to share this super low mile 2007 Porsche Cayman S 6-speed. This first-generation Cayman S is finished in Arctic Silver and has Black standard leather. This is a single family car where the original owner purchased it from Tisher Porsche of Silver Spring in Maryland in June 2007, then his son purchased it from him in July 2012 and brought it to New Jersey where it has resided since. This example is nicely optioned and features some tasteful upgrades including a Softronic ECU tune, a Borla exhaust, LED front spars. It currently shows 20,591 miles, and is being sold with the original window sticker, original parts a clean CARFAX and a clean New Jersey title.
The Cayman S was introduced in the 2006 model year to much acclaim and continued in 2007 with a 3.4 liter flat six cylinder engine mounted behind the passenger seats that generated 295 hp @ 6250 rpm and 251 lb-ft of torque @ 4400 rpms when new. The power is fed to the rear wheels via a 6-speed manual transmission.
This example is enhanced with the Borla cat-back exhaust, which can be heard in the below video:
The interior is finished in Black standard leather with dual heated seats. The selling dealer states it to be extremely clean with none of the typical wear on the HVAC/radio switches and nearly no wear to the soft paint areas of the center console, which is common with Caymans, Boxsters and 911s of this vintage. Other interior options include Porsche PCM 2.1, auto climate control, Bose High End Sound Package with remote 6-disc changer, and power seats. The optional sport steering wheel is said to look and feel like new, with granulated (not smooth) leather. A rare option in this 987.1 is the Alcantara headliner.
Exterior options include bi-xenon headlamps, 19″ Carrera S wheels with colored wheel crests and the Arctic Silver Metallic Paint. Overall, this Cayman S had an original MSRP of $72,040.
Modifications to this example include a Softronic ECU tune, a Borla exhaust, under-drive pulley, LED front spars, front splitters, clear side markers, carbon-look vinyl wrap on lower rear bumper, red seat belts, interior LED lights, aluminum pedals and Bluetooth.
All the original parts (exhaust, fog lights/spars, pulley, etc and Softronic cable) come with the car along with an indoor car cover.
The most recent owner performed most of the service himself and tracked the oil changes with a hand written note located in the oil/coolant fill compartment door. The selling dealer notes that the car is in near-showroom condition both inside and out, and drives similarly.
Mounted on the optional 19″ Carrera S wheels are Continental ExtremeContact DWS tires sized 235/35/19 fronts and 265/35/19 rears were installed right at 2,000 miles ago in September 2016, with manufacturer date codes of 0316 and 0716.
The selling dealer is open to trade-ins on this Cayman S, so if you have a vehicle that you would like to trade-in as part or all of your bid, click the “trade-in” button towards the top of the page to begin a private negotiation with the selling dealer regarding your trade-in vehicle and value. There is a comprehensive set of 100+ pictures available in the “Pictures” tab above for your viewing. Best of luck bidding on this outstanding example of a first generation Cayman S!
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