I'm doing an early listing of my 2009 Porsche Cayman S for track junkies. My personal situation has changed recently and I am proactively trying to free up some cash. In the coming weeks I'll start listing it on other sites/forums for sale. Right now it has some track oriented bits on it, that are listed below, I think a track junkie would like. I'll likely be removing them and parting out for a more 'commercialized' sale. My hope is that some track junkie will pick this car up...it's a very special car and they are actually pretty rare to come across as production was low during the period of time it was manufactured.
I'm asking $32k with all the bits listed below.
2009 Porsche Cayman S (VIN WP0AB29859U780831)
No accidents and I have the carfax when I first purchased that shows all service intervals)
Carrara White with beige interior
Heated and Powered Comfort Seats
Bose high end sound package
Hankook RS4 Tires
Build sheet attached (includes all other standard bits that come with cars these days)
Modifications (I do have all stock parts to be included)
Porsche GT3 Control Arms (Front and Rear)
Several sizes of shims for adjusting camber along with Litronic brackets
Rennline Adjustable Rear Toe Arms
Rennline Rear Support bar with Tie Downs
Porsche OE Alcantara Sport Steering Wheel (muy importante!)
I've only had the car on track for 4 different events since I purchased it in November last year. It performs extremely well and is a blast to drive on the street too. The PDK shifts are crisp and fast and very easy to manage on track. The additional camber really helps reduce uneven tire wear and is a very important mod if you want to track the car. I purchased it to have a solid car for a handful of track events each year, that is comfortable on the street, and is very capable on track out of the box. This car fits the bill.
You may already be aware, but this is the Second Generation 987 Cayman when the IMS bearing went away with the newly introduced DFI engine. These engines are said to be bullet proof and ultra reliable. It comes stock with the 3rd radiator up front that helps cooling significantly. Probably only other mod might be a PDK transmission cooler if you track during the summer, which I don't. Most feedback folks receive when shopping for 987 Caymans, is to spend the extra money and get the second generation. The inherent issues in the first generation 987 series are not present in the second generation.
I recently did a paint correction and applied several coats of ceramic coating. It's very easy to keep clean now and always looks like it was freshly cleaned even after several weeks of no wash. No dents and only some minor rock chips on the front bumper. I have more pictures I can send if folks are interested. I'm just including a small sampling of them in this post along with build sheet and Blackstone Oil Analysis report.