1999 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 Cabriolet

Retail: $21,222
Discounted Price: $17,988
Savings: $3,234

Black

AWD

Manual

WP0CA2991XS650185

H6 3.4L

85,614

15180

City: 16 / Hwy: 24 Estimated By E.P.A. - Actual Mileage May Vary

Dealership Information

Carma Automotive Group

Sales

4189 Abbotts Bridge Rd

Duluth, GA 30097

404-382-5353

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Vehicle History

34 Service History Records

Vehicle Details

**PLEASE READ CAREFULLY** SUPER SWEET CARRERA 4 MANUAL AND VERY FEW FOR SALE IN THE COUNTRY. BLACKED OUT BEAST AND THIS CAR IS IN AMAZING CONDITION. ENGINE EXTREMELY STRONG AND TRANSMISSION SMOOTH. CLUTCH FEELS LIKE IT SHOULD AND CAR HAS BEEN ROAD TESTED AND READY TO ROCK FOR NEW OWNER. SOUTHERN CAR WITH 32 SERVICE RECORDS!! WE ALSO INCLUDED A SNAPSHOT OF THE CARFAX AND THE CURRENT GA STATE EMISSIONS CERTIFICATE IN THE PHOTOS. Porsche continues to make one of the world's great sports cars. If you can justify its price, the Porsche 911 Carrera will not disappoint. Based on the 911 Carrera, the 911 Carrera 4 differs mainly in its four-wheel-drive system. Other differences are subtle: Carrera 4 comes with a different wheel design, plainly visible titanium-color brake calipers and a titanium-color logo on the rear engine hood. WE PREFER OUR CUSTOMERS DO RESEARCH AND ASK US AS MANY QUESTIONS AS YOU LIKE AND WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO GIVE YOU AS MUCH INFORMATION SO YOU CAN MAKE THE BEST DECISION. WE WANT YOU TO FEEL AS IF YOU MADE A PURCHASE NOT THAT YOU WERE SOLD A CAR! OUR GOAL IS TO UNDER PROMISE AND OVER DELIVER ON YOUR EXPECTATIONS. WE HAVE TAKEN PHOTOS AND A VIDEO TO BE SURE WE CLEARLY PRESENT THE CAR TO YOU. BUY SMART-BUY VALUE! ALL VEHICLES ARE NOT CREATED EQUAL NOR DEALERSHIPS. NO PRESSURE NO NONSENSE. WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET. CALL OR TEXT TODAY 404-382-5353 AND FOR MORE DETAILS VISIT CARMAAUTOGROUP.COM BEFORE THIS DEAL IS GONE FOREVER! CHECK OUT OUR HIGH DEFINITION VIDEO AT CARMAAUTOGROUP.COM OR: https://www.youtube.com/embed/BDVgz6MJ308?feature=player_detailpage

There are those who argue Porsche's Boxster does nearly everything the 911 can do for $24,000 less. The Boxster is, of course, a terrific sports car and the Boxster S comes even closer. But the 911 provides much more power. Even more noticeable is its chassis sophistication. An example: Charge into a bumpy turn and you'll need to slow the Boxster down a bit because the car will slide toward the outside of the corner as the tires skip over the bumps and momentarily lose grip. In a 911, the massive tires stay in contact with the road because the suspension keeps them there. Whether it's a 30-mph switchback or a 100-mph sweeper, the 911 driver can blast through at the absolute limit. You'll be busier and slower in the Boxster. The 911 rides very nicely over rough pavement. You know the bumps are there, but they aren't jarring. Some writers have accused this refined new 911 of losing some of its feel, but the Carrera 4 offers plenty of feedback. You can sense the rear weight bias and you can actually feel the changing amounts of grip the front tires have as the car goes through an undulating corner.

With all of its technology, the Carrera 4 may offer better accident avoidance capabilities than any other car on the road. First of all, it has excellent brakes. Huge brake rotors and one-piece calipers derived from the GT1 racecar, along with ideal weight distribution and massive tire contact patches allow the 911 to generate incredible braking forces. As a result, this car takes off speed in no time. Porsche requires brakes to provide 25 consecutive full-force stops without fade. Its anti-lock brake system is excellent, allowing the driver to steer around the problem while braking at the threshold. These 911s stop quicker than just about any production car built.

While the Carrera 4 offers superior traction on slippery surfaces, Porsche designed the system to offer superior handling on mainly dry surfaces; it's designed for performance, not as an all-weather traction assistant. Though it adds a substantial $5,430 to the price, the four-wheel-drive system improves safety and makes this Porsche even easier to drive. From a standing stop, you can crank the steering wheel over for a 90-degree turn and stand on it without any need for steering corrections. The rear end won't slide out (power oversteer) and the front end won't wash out (understeer); the Carrera 4 simply accelerates away -- very quickly. In the middle of an on-ramp, you can stab the throttle then lift abruptly off the throttle and the car won't do anything nasty. It merely takes a different set on the suspension as weight is being transferred fore and aft.

Sports car enthusiasts can easily recognize a Porsche by its sound. Whether one is driving by on a country road or roaring past at Le Mans, they have a distinctive sound that is legendary. Granted, there is no such thing as too much horsepower, but the Carrera 4 did not leave me longing for a Turbo. Output has been increased to 300 horsepower through a new exhaust system for model year 2000, allowing both models to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in about 5.0 seconds. Yes, there are other sports cars. One could argue that none of them have that Porsche 911 mystique that is impossible to place a value on. One could argue they don't have Porsche's panache. But those arguments aren't necessary because this is truly one of the world's finest sports cars. You can make various arguments by looking at performance numbers. A Viper may beat you at the local road racing circuit, Corvettes offer an excellent value and Ferraris are exotic. But few sports cars can match the Porsche 911's combination of chassis sophistication and power. It is precision machinery. It is easy to drive. And it offers levels of satisfaction that grow over time. As they say, there is no substitute.

With its classic lines, the Porsche 911 is a beautiful car. Totally redesigned for the 1999 model year, the Carrera's body is longer, wider and sleeker than any before. During its 34-year history, Porsche has refined the 911 body several times, but the roofline and windshield had always remained the same as the original model. For 1999, the roofline, windshield and all other body sections were new. This newest-generation 911 represents the first clean-sheet redesign of this legendary sports car since its introduction in 1965. Nevertheless, it maintains the unmistakable 911 profile and classic styling cues.

Some decry the fact that the 911 shares styling with the front half of the Boxster. You'll have to decide whether that's an issue for you. Most people can easily tell the two apart, though the 911 Carrera Cabriolet can fool you when it is coming directly toward you. Porsche 911 is packed with more technology than we can adequately cover here: Porsche Stability Management, standard on Carrera 4, optional on Carrera, applies braking force to individual wheels and, if necessary, reduces engine power when it detects a loss of grip at the front or rear. On the racetrack, PSM can lend a helping hand through the slaloms and fast corners.

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Vehicle Options

  • ABS: 4-wheel
  • Anti-theft system: alarm
  • Cassette
  • Cruise control
  • Exterior entry lights
  • Front air conditioning
  • Front airbags: dual
  • Front fog lights
  • Front seat type: bucket
  • Front wipers: intermittent
  • Gauge: tachometer
  • Multi-function remote: keyless entry
  • Power brakes
  • Power door locks
  • Power steering
  • Power windows
  • Radio: AM/FM
  • Rear spoiler
  • Side airbags: front
  • Side mirror adjustments: power
  • Side mirrors: heated
  • Steering wheel trim: leather
  • Steering wheel: telescopic
  • Tinted glass
  • Upholstery: leather
  • Wheel diameter: 17 inch
  • Wheels: alloy
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