Motorsport Monday: 2011 Porsche Cayman S Interseries

Last fall, Paul wrote up a Jagermeister-livery Cayman S Interseries that reminded us how great these Caymans can look, and what a great deal they are relative to some of the newer 911 race cars. The Cayman S offers most of the performance of the 911 in a more affordable package, and that was topped by the introduction of the classic Porsche racing liveries, such as Martini Racing and Jagermeister. Today’s example is a bit newer than the previous example we looked at; a 2011 model with some Martini/Salzburg inspired graphics. To me, it looks great:

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Year: 2011
Model: Cayman S
Engine: 3.4 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 3,413 mi
Price: Reserve Auction

2011 PORSCHE CAYMAN S RACE CAR! AIM DATA SYSTEM, STEERING ANGLE SENSOR,SMARTY CAM,TRANS TEMP SENSOR,RACE RADIO,ELECTRIC DRINK BOTTLEHAS SHIFTER RISERS,LAP TRANSPONDER COMES WITH MULTIPLE WHEELS SETS . WE HAVE ALL SERVICE RECORDS AND BUILD SPECS HAS 3413 MILES AND 86.2 OPERATING HOURS CALL KERRY AT 815-260-8772 FOR ALL BUILD SPECS AND DEATILS. 815-260-8772 KERRY OR EMAIL KTERLEP@NAPLETON.COM

It looks like a pretty standard set up Interseries car from Napleton Porsche, and that’s a good thing. Out of the box, there aren’t many cheaper ways to do a newer racing Porsche. To me, the livery on this car isn’t quite right; I’d prefer painted bumpers and perhaps a more Martini look. Otherwise, for a turn-key Porsche race car, expect this car to push towards $75,000 plus. That’s considerably cheaper than they were originally, and for that amount you can have an impressive car that will be fun to drive for years to come.

-Carter

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