Re-listing my 2014 Porsche Cayman S 981. More info on why further down.

Here are the factory specs:
Guards Red
Luxor Beige Interior
Currently 29,800 miles (will go up as this is my daily)
6-Speed Manual
PTV (Porsche Torque Vectoring)
PASM (Porsche Active Suspension Management)

14-Way Power Seats w/ memory
Premium Package (Dual-zone Climate Control, Heated Seats)
20" Carrera S style wheels, in Platinum Satin Finish
Bi-Xenon Headlights with PDLS Dynamic Lighting
Power Steering Plus
BOSE Surround Sound System
Fire Extinguisher

Mostly stock but there are a few things done to it:

H&R Sport Springs, PASM compatible
7mm H&R spacers up front, 14mm H&R rear spacers in the back. No rubbing at all.
Function First billet aluminum shift knob, Silver w/ Red Pattern
JoyeAuto Wireless Apple Carplay retrofit
K40 Radar Detector hardwired
Vantrue S1 Front and Rear Dashcam w/ Parking Mode hardwired
LED Clear sidemarkers
Radiator Grille Store mesh grille inserts for left and right front bumper intakes
Yellow Lamin-x film over the DRLs

Bonus stuff:
Brand new Toyo Proxes Sport A/S tires, mounted at 19k miles. Tire dates 3621 - 4321. Fronts are OEM size 235/35/20, rear are 275/35/20.
DSC V3 Sport Controller (not installed but available)
Original manuals in mint condition. Even the original Window Sticker!
OEM Rubber mats and luxor beige carpet mats in unused condition
Porsche windshield reflector included
Two sets of keys
All original equipment included, sans the OEM springs

So onto the update: this was previously listed last year but in February, the car was involved in a minor rear ending accident. The car was hit during a stop sign waiting to get onto an on-ramp. The main damage was just the passenger tail light and the rear bumper, but I had the shop completely overhaul the entire area including the crash bar, rear passenger side muffler, fuse box harness that's behind the tail light and all of the rear heat shields even though they were just bent and could've just been straightened out.

As an added bonus, I had the shop install a GT4 rear diffuser as well, even though the stock Cayman diffuser had no damage. Additionally I had the shop also address the remaining blemishes – scratch on the rear wing, scuff in front of the rear wheel side skirt, as well as the wrinkle in the rear bumper (obviously with a new one). You can see these in the original post if you're curious of the before.

So now the car is in its best state ever. Photos of the accident and damge available if you're curious, just ask.
The only known blemishes now are rock chips on the front bumper and a hairline chip in the windshield professionally repaired to maintain the original glass. Everything else is in factory, low-mileage condition.

Asking $55k, open to reasonable offers. DM me or send me a text at nine-four-nine-490-oh-six-two-four.