A unique transitory model year for the 911 Turbo, examples produced for 2009 were the last to feature the coveted 3.6-liter Mezger engine while also debuting new technology of the coming 997.2 generation. This 2009 Cabriolet comes finished in Ruby Red Metallic over Sand Beige full leather upholstery and features the optional Sport Chrono Package, a painted rear center console, exclusive Guards Red seatbelts, and a three-spoke multifunction steering wheel in leather. The car has also been fitted with H&R lowering springs, BMC performance air filters, and Cobb Stage 2 tune. Kept up to date on service and with just over 35k miles showing on the odometer, this Turbo is now being offered for auction by its seller out of Ohio.
This Turbo was ordered in Ruby Red Metallic, a classic Porsche color of the early 1980s. Other equipment includes a Cocoa cabriolet roof and factory 19” 911 Turbo wheels. Clear paint protection film has been applied over the front bumper as well as the forward portion of the fenders and hood, the mirror caps, and ahead of the rear wheels. Some small imperfections are evident on the front spoiler and PPF, detailed images are provided in the gallery along with paint meter readings and a clean CARFAX report.
The Sand Beige full leather upholstery is contrasted by exclusive seatbelts in Guards Red as well as a rear center console painted to match the exterior. Other optional features include heated front seats, a three-spoke multifunction steering wheel in leather, and a Sport Chrono stopwatch dial on the dashboard. The 997.2 generation PCM also features an optional Bluetooth phone interface, XM Radio, and Universal Audio Interface. The seller notes an aftermarket Passport radar detector unit has been installed on the dashboard.
The twin-turbocharged 3.6L flat-six Mezger engine is paired with a 6-speed manual transmission sending up to 480 HP and 460 lb.-ft of torque stock to all four wheels. The example features the optional Sport Chrono Package as well as BMC air filters and a Cobb Stage 2 tune for increased power and performance. The ride height has also been lowered with H&R springs for improved handling and a more aggressive stance. The seller reports a full 30k-mile service was completed in 2017 including the replacement of the water pump and coolant. The most recent oil service was completed in October of 2021 at 34k miles and additional maintenance records are available dating back to 2016.
This sale will include a set of two keys, owner's manuals, and a clean title.
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