Mileage:67200 M
Engine:3.4 L
Looking for a 987 Porsche that's well set-up for track time while remaining streetable? Look no further....

Selling my wonderful 2006 Porsche Cayman S. I bought this well-equipped example in 2009 with 32k miles on it as an A-Stock killer in SCCA autocross, then I quickly fell down the track rabbit hole. (At this point, I'm an MSF Level 2 certified high-performance driving instructor.) This Cayman has been meticulously maintained by professional mechanics, while thoroughly proving herself as a dependable, super-fun driving machine. Clean carfax, clear title, only 67,000 miles. Stock elements include:

Arctic Silver Metallic exterior
Black leather interior
PASM system
Sport Chrono package
6-sp manual

List of mods includes (~chronological order):

OEM short-shifter kit
5mm wheel spacers
Braided steel brake lines
GT-3 front sway bar
GT-3 front brake ducts
18" OZ Allegherita wheels
Race-style wheel studs
X51 deeper oil pan baffle
Recaro Pole Position driver's seat, on sliders (have original seat)
6-point Schroth endurance harness, with harness bar
Guards Torsen-style limited slip differential
RSS LTW Flywheel and Clutch Masters FX 250 Clutch
Soul performance headers with cat-back race exhaust (oh, the growl!!)
Rennline rear subframe stabilizer bar

Also, there's a Wilwood hitch behind the rear license plate to tow a small trailer. Trailer carrying race wheels & a gear box is included, with second set of 18" OZ Allegherita wheels mounted with Proxes R888R (w/4 light days use). I'll throw in Pagid Yellow brake pads (50% life) and snow chains plus other bits and bobs.

Car is very clean inside and out with normal wear & tear. Top end rebuilt in 2016, while she's seen relatively light use these past six years due to work & travel pressures. Every single oil change/fluid flush, spark plug replacement, O2 sensors, etc. were handled to keep her in tip-top shape and I have a thick file of maintenance records. Always garaged.

Asking $36,000 for whole package including trailer. Prefer local buyer to avoid shipping logistics. I mainly just hope this stellar machine goes to somebody who'll drive her like she's meant to be driven. Get in touch!