Summer is approaching, which means warmer weather is on the way! At least that’s the theory. I’ve already seen that a baseball game has been postponed today because of snow. Still it’s probably safe to assume that it will be sunny and warm relatively soon and top-down motoring will once again be the thing to do. Back in the days when I actually drove on a daily basis I used to love the first few top-down drives of the Spring. They always brought a renewed sense of freedom and exhilaration to any drive. It was the best way to drive when I had nowhere to go. As the air grew warmer and the days longer I looked forward to those drives more and more. Even commuting wasn’t terrible.
So, let’s look at a Cabriolet then. Here we have an Atlas Grey Metallic 2004 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet with Natural Brown leather interior and a lovely 6-speed manual transmission. It only has 11,352 miles on it and the price is quite high so this isn’t bargain shopping by any means. But I wouldn’t expect a sale at this price anyway so perhaps it can be worked down to something more reasonable. While just about any top-down drive can be a joy, having 415 hp at your fingertips certainly makes things that extra bit more enjoyable. To quote Dr. Frasier Crane, “if less is more, then just think of how much more more will be!”
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 2004 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet on eBay
Model: 911 Turbo Cabriolet
Engine: 3.6 liter twin-turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 11,352 mi
Price: $68,800 Buy It Now
2004 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet
We have just added to our extensive exotic car inventory a beautiful 2004 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet in Atlas Grey Metallic over Natural Brown leather and only 11,300 miles. This Turbo is loaded with: 6 Speed transmission, natural leather interior, full leather interior (leather wrapped dash fascia trim, ignition key bezel, speaker grille surrounds, air vent housings, CD holders, PCM surround, HVAC panel, steering wheel and airbag, door panels, dashboard, seat backs, more), supple leather seats, model designation embossed in center console lid, heated seats, hardtop delete, aluminum and chrome X71, X70, X54 (shift and parking brake handles, more), alu-look package large (alu-look gauge surround, dash vents, front speaker grilles, B pillar seat belt outlets, dash trim strip), steering wheel in alu-look, center console in alu-look, Bose audio system, remote 6 disc CD changer, xenon headlamps, black convertible top, floor mats, interior color gauge faces, 18″ SportTechno wheels in Atlas Grey, stainless steel exhaust pipes and more. The original MSRP was $143,780 with over $13,000 in options.
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Atlas Grey Metallic isn’t a color that I can recall coming across all that often. Nor does it look all that grey despite its name. Under the lighting in these pictures we see its blue tones come out quite a bit. It almost looks like a metallic midnight blue rather than grey. In the shade those blue tints disappear and it takes on the appearance of black metallic. I’ve always liked metallic shades that shift and change in the sunlight and shade. This one is no different. The Natural Brown interior provides quite a bit of contrast. I’m not sure it’ll suit everyone, but it certainly brings an element of lightness to balance that much darker exterior. The aluminum accents aren’t really my favorite thing, especially on the steering wheel. I think if the steering wheel lacked the aluminum then I’d be fine with it. I do like the color-matched wheels. I don’t think they would work in every color, but Atlas Grey works well on them. Overall this is an interesting build and the various combinations aren’t common by any means.
The condition of everything we see looks excellent. Given the very low mileage that should be expected and it doesn’t disappoint. As I said above I don’t think we’re going to see this sell at nearly $69K. That’s Turbo S money even if the mileage on this one is pretty low and the options less common. I’m sure with some patience you can work this price down some. Top down cruising in a very pretty 911 Turbo – you could do much worse.