The Porsche 911 is the nameplate that speaks for itself, being synonymous with outstanding performance, timeless design, interior luxury and pride of ownership. The latter feels especially tangible with our favorite convertibles when the roof is down and nothing distracts you from pure driving pleasure.
The production run of the 911 comprises more than 55 years and is still ongoing, while the army of model’s fans is countless. Despite its high price, over a million units were produced as of now.
Performance delivered by the Porsche 911 is really outstanding – the model has been used in different racing competitions numerous times. Of course, there were lots of changes concerning various aspects made during the decades of production, but the main concept remains unchanged and distinguishes the 911 along with other characteristics like excellent acceleration, incredible performance, luxury features inside and out, etc.
Convertible variants of the vehicle, usually named targa add to above-mentioned features allowing you to get open-air experience along with even more attention of passers-by. On this web page, you can look at one of such models – the 911 Turbo Convertible made for the 2004 model year. This particular unit offers a number of features intended to make your driving simply great.
Powered by a robust 3.6 L V6 accompanied by a 5-speed automatic transmission, the vehicle comes with leather seats, power windows, seats and locks, alloy wheels, and anti-lock brakes. Cruise control, CD player and air conditioning are also there. And a wide-body kit completes the list of distinctive features.
The model had just two owners and is in top-notch condition with less than 24 thousand miles on the odometer. It costs just under $50,000, but considering everything mentioned above, the vehicle is definitely worth considering to buy.
Automotive journalist and technical writer with more than 10 years of experience. Specialized in aftermarket parts and modifications. Loves everything on four wheels and obsessed with classic and modern convertible cars.