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Year: 2010
Make: Porsche
Model: Cayman
Price: $58000
Mileage: 23500
Color: Aqua Blue
Private or Dealer Listing: Private Listing
Location (State): CA
Transmission: Automatic
Drivetrain: Rear Wheel Drive

Located in SF Bay Area, CA. Can meet in person to check the car out.

Aqua blue metallic exterior
Black interior
23xxx miles

Sport Chrono Plus
Xenon autoleveling lights with LEDs
Automatic Climate Control
Porsche Sport Bucket Seats
Limited Slip Differential
PCM3.0 extended navigation
Sound plus package
Universal Audio Interface
Carrara White gauge dials
Aqua Blue painted gauge surrounds
Aqua Blue painted center console
Headlight cleaner painted ext color
Rear center console painted ext color
5mm OEM wheel spacers
Grill in rear lower section
Porsche embossed center armrest
Illuminated doorsills
Porsche Sport Design 19" wheels in black
Aluminum Pedals

I installed OEM sport design steering wheel to replace the regular steering wheel. The sport design actually has the paddles to pull instead of the buttons on the original wheel.
It also lights up when you turn the sport button on.

Replaced side markers with OEM clear ones instead of amber.

I just replaced the tires with brand new Michelin Pilot Supersports about 500 miles ago.

It has two aftermarket mods.
It has the Fabspeed long tube race headers and meisterschaft stainless exhaust. They are about $4k new. Both are new and have been on the car for less than 200 miles.
I can remove it and put it back to stock if you would like.

All services have been conducted by Carlsen Porsche in Redwood City and Socal Porsche when it was with the original owner.

There is a small quarter sized dent on the rear driver's side fender and a scratch on the front bumper from a rock. This was there from the first owner. I just never had the time to go to a dentless repair.

Here's my craigslist link to some photos.
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