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porsche 911 convertable sick shift light interior black or blue

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Iam looking to replace my current 911 porsche cab. its a 2000 and I want a newer car. Hassel free and a stunning, beautiful, clean title. Freeof accidents or damage. Deal breaker black interior, i want cream or light leather seats. also must have stick shift not tip tronic, and awesome rims. the red brakes too. convertble a must,i live in southern cal. its not a trade in already have a buyer for my 2000 porsche.

Priorities: Handling / Materials & workmanship / Exterior styling

Need minimum of 2 seats

Will consider both new and used cars
Maximum mileage: 30000
Maximum age: 6 years

Maximum price: US $ 50000

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Response from LectroFuel

1:48 pm July 28, 2017

This website is for car suggestions. It's not an Autotrader where someone will offer their car. I'd go for a used Boxter or another 911. The only affordable 4 seat convertible is the Buick Cascada, but it's really outdated, not good-looking, slow, and not fun to drive.


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Response from LectroFuel

6:25 pm July 28, 2017

I forgot to write that the Miata is a fantastic car too. It's not the fastest (in fact, it's probably the slowest sports car), but it's more fun to drive a slow car fast than a fast car slow. The Miata has a great manual transmission and handles great. I owned one 20 years ago and I really miss it. It's the most reliable sports car. The latest generation is also one of the best generations, which is something you couldn't have said about the previous one, which was way too heavy. It is available with tan leather which I think looks better than black.

Mazda just came out with the Miata RF, which is an MX-5 with a power retractable hardtop that only takes 13 seconds to put up and down. Of course in SoCal we don't need this hardtop as much as someone on the east coast, but it makes the cabin a little quieter and safer. Downside is that it adds weight. You can't get red brakes with any Miata, unless it's aftermarket.


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