First introduced in 2004, the 997 Carrera S was touted as 'the best 911 ever made' by international motoring media. Porsche achieved this with new technology but mainly through taking the car back to better days of styling and attitude, and in this case - backwards is better. A $25,000 upgrade over the standard Carrera when sold new, the Carrera S offers 29 more horses totaling 355 hp, a larger 3.8 litre engine, Porsches Active Suspension Management (PASM) for optimized agility, and an optional Sports Chrono package which with the touch of a button tightened throttle response and suspension powering the car from 0-100 in just 4.5 seconds. Delivered new by Chellingworth Porsche, Western Australia this low kilometer 2005 Carrera S presents brilliantly in Black over Tan. Optioned from factory with the more desirable 6 speed manual transmission this example also features a sunroof, crested headrests, colour crested 5 spoke 19 inch alloys, satellite navigation, adjustable rear spoiler, cruise control, memory seating, dual climate control and most importantly the optional Sports Chrono package. With just one owner from new, this 911 Carrera S also boasts a complete and up-to-date Porsche
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