For all the days I wish I had a Porsche 911 GT3 to crawl into the sport bucket seats and shift my own gears, there are some days when I just don’t want to think at all. For a lot of people, that is most days. A comfortable convertible with an automatic transmission and soft suspension sounds pretty good! If that is your thing, you are in luck given they are by far the least expensive way to get into a modern 911. Today’s car, a 2005 911 Carrera finished in the rare Carmon Red Metallic, checks in with 42,000 miles.
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Model: 911 Carrera Cabriolet
Engine: 3.6 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed automatic
Mileage: 42,000 mi
Location: Palm Desert, California
This Convertible has a CLEAN TITLE plus an optional extended warranty is available.This Convertible has been well cared for by the Two Previous Owners and this car has been pampered and barely driven an average of 2|471 miles/year and currently has 42|000 miles.The automatic transmission makes driving easier in stop-and-go traffic and on hilly roads and this smooth 6 Cylinder engine is ideal for performance and fuel economy.Enjoy better handling and stopping with the rear wheel drive.You can enjoy your cruise without lugging around a heavy hardtop in the back| not to mention the keyless entry option adds to the convenience of owning this vehicle. The cruise control improves your fuel consumption| furthermore the rear spoiler not only adds to style but delivers a safer ride at higher speeds. The power windows are definitely a must have option| meanwhile the installed CD player lets you Enjoy your favorite CD’s on the go.
I think it wouldn’t be out of line to be a little skeptical on this one. Anything a selling point from a dealer is “we approve bad credit” you should probably be extra vigilant. Despite just 42,000 miles, you can see some heavy wear on the Sand Beige leather steering wheel. If you can get past that, this one does have some nice options for being a base 911 with 19″ Carrera Classic wheels, bi-xenon headlights, heated seats, the Sport Chrono Package Plus, and Bose audio.
If this was a 6-speed coupe with 42,000 miles, I’m willing to bed this one would be listed for $60,000. However, chop the roof and slide in the five-speed automatic, now we are looking at an asking price of $44,000. I think that is probably reasonable as long as this one checks out. Just spring for the PPI on this one. It is probably worth it.