2007 Porsche Cayman S

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2007 Porsche Cayman S – $34950 (Castle Rock)

2007 Porsche Cayman S odometer: 59950

As a long-time PCA member, I can say that you’re not going to find a 60K mile 2007 Porsche Cayman S any cleaner and nicer than this one. It’s about as close to being perfect as you’ll find. The only reason I’m selling it is that with 3 other vehicles and a very busy life, I just don’t get much chance to drive it as it was meant to be driven.

I was even hoping to get to some of the local PCA DE events this past summer (even bought myself a helmet), but no such luck.

Since buying it in January of 2013 I’ve put less than 2,000 miles on it (that includes the 600 miles I drove it home from Salt Lake City the day I purchased it!), and it has been garage-kept ever since, never driven in the rain, snow, etc.

This is a rust-free car, having been originally sold in the Bay Area of Calif. where it spent its first 4 years, the next 2 were in the Salt Lake City area, and the last year here in Colorado.

For the performance-oriented driver, this Cayman has all of the good stuff. Feast your eyes:

As Delivered (with a list price of $68,420)-


· Sport Chrono Pkg W/Out PCM)

· Leather Sport Seats

· 19 Carrera Sport Design Wheels

· Bi-Xenon Headlight Package

· Factory Sport/Short Shifter

· Tarret Rear Sway Bar

· Powergrid/ANZE Adjustable Sway Bar Links (FR)

· Wheels Powder Coated with Factory Seal Gray (with Colored Caps)

· New Battery This Year

· Carrera 6-Speed Shift Knob

· LED Spar Daytime Driving Lights

· Radiator Guards

· Mesh Grill Openings (FR)

· Escort 9500 Radar Detector (wired in)

· WeatherTech Floor Mats

· Rear FloorJack Lift fixture

I forgot to mention that it has the 6-speed manual transmission along with Michelin Pilot Sport tires. Using a dread-dept gauge, the tires measure 5/32nd inch on the fronts, and 7/32nds on the rears.

In reviewing the Cayman S in 2006, Excellence Magazine said,

The 3.4’s power is adequate — and then some. The Cayman doesn’t pull as hard as a 997 or 997S, so it’s not quite as impressive in a straight line. That’s not to say the Cayman S is slow, though.

It’s just that Porsche has left its 3.6-liter 997 and 3.8-liter 997S with enough of an edge in horsepower and torque to keep them safe.

Whatever the case, straight-line speed is not what the Cayman is all about. It’s a Porsche for drivers who savor the total experience more than an occasional blast up an onramp. For them, the Cayman S might be the most satisfying new driver’s Porsche this side of $100,000 — or a GT3.

The rear end simply hooks up and transmits the power as soon as the Cayman S wails past the apex. When it comes to putting the power down, a 911 does do it a little better. But this mid/rear engine setup doesn’t give up much to the 911’s pure rear-engine layout.

It also allows more speed to be carried into a corner, thanks to superior turn-in along with better stability through the turn.

I was meticulous and thorough with the inspections I had done on this car before deciding to purchase it, including measuring the paint thickness for any indication of repairs/respray. I also had the cars computer scanned for any signs of over-revs and it was clean.

Maintenance-wise, although it’s coming up on 60K miles, the only thing I’ve done was to flush and bleed the brakes/clutch system. I have an oil filter and belt in anticipation of those being needed for the 60K service. And suffice it to say that there are no drips and zero problems/issues with this car.

I have a clean CarFax available upon request.

No joyrides.

Location: Castle Rock

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Posted: 2013-11-04, 1:17PM MST

Updated: 2013-11-18, 5:12AM MST

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