Aqua metallic blue is my favorite shade of color for the Porsche 997.2, everything else, however, about this 2010 model's makeover baffles me. It would appear some rear-end damage turned into an off-road refurbishment, the car starts with almost zero clearance and just isn't suited to this sort of thing — I wonder if they find a buyer?
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This 2010 Porsche 911 Carrera coupe spent time in Hawaii and California before being acquired by the seller in February 2021 and subsequently converted into a Safari-style 997. Finished in Aqua Blue Metallic, the car has been modified with a suspension lift, all-terrain tires, auxiliary lighting, a roll bar, a Yakima roof basket with a Thule bike carrier and spare wheel, an aluminum skid plate, Recaro Pole Position seats, a 997 Turbo decklid, Alcantara interior trim, a B&M short shifter, and "Gundo" mufflers with a center-bypass exhaust. Power is provided by a 3.6-liter flat-six mated to a six-speed manual transaxle, and factory equipment includes xenon headlamps, Porsche Active Stability Management, parking sensors, a sunroof, and a factory CD stereo with the Bose High End Sound package. This modified 997 is now offered in California with build records, an over-rev report, a Carfax report, and a clean Illinois title in the seller's name.
I have to admit I clicked the listing hoping there would be video.