Flat-six engine, 7,000 rpm redline, manual transmission, and an open top – what more could you need for the perfect driving experience? The sixth generation 911, coded as the 997, was manufactured and sold by Porsche between 2004 (as a 2005 model year) and 2013. The all-wheel-drive Carrera 4 was first delivered to customers in November 2005. At its launch, the 997 debuted with an eye-catching new design, offering a beautiful, classic appearance that marked a significant upgrade over its predecessor. This series replaced the “fried egg” headlamps of the 996 with the iconic round-shaped lamps, and introduced numerous technical innovations that made it significantly more modern than its predecessor. The 997 received positive reviews from the global automotive press; even British automotive journalist Jeremy Clarkson, a known critic of Porsche cars, remarked that the 997 “makes his fingertips itch and stirs his soul.” A true icon of rear-engine driving, the Porsche 911 embodies uncompromised performance suitable for everyday use, weekends, race tracks, or public roads. This model is a 911 4 Cabriolet, featuring all-wheel drive, so you can enjoy top-down traction on every wheel. Moreover, the 6-speed manual transmission is an incredibly rare bonus for driving enthusiasts today, crowned by the beautiful sounding naturally aspirated flat-six boxer engine. The model on offer is a well-preserved example with just seventy thousand kilometers on the clock, which is evident in both the interior and the exterior condition. This 911 Cabrio lacks none of the desirable extra features, as it comes equipped with a Bose sound system, heated electric seats, cruise control, and a screen capable of mirroring your phone, waiting to meet its new owner who seeks the genuine driving experience!

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