2006 Porsche 911 Carrera S Gets Custom Treatment

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Some Porsche 911s are luckier than others. Let’s take the 2006 Carrera S from the adjacent images, for example. Its owner has decided that his ride should be gifted with multiple modifications, so the car now comes with a special aura.

The vehicle’s six-cylinder boxer engine has been fitted with a set of goodies that allow it to offer even more pleasure for the person playing with the pedal on the right.

The powerplant received certain exhaust tweaks, including new mufflers coming from Cargrapgic, AWE 200 cell catalytic converters, as well as x51 factory sport headers. The unit was also fitted with a Fabspeed cold air intake and a BMC air filter, while the vehicle also received a B&M short shift kit.

The list of tech goodies fitted to the vehicle also includes a Ruf lowering kit that brings the car closer to the road.

Now that we’ve told you what tech modifications were made to the road performer, it’s time to see what the exterior and interior of the vehicle have received.

The list of exterior modifications includes a Ruf front bumper cover, a Rinspeed rear apron cover, Techart mirror covers, as well as a Techart type II rear wing. The car now rides on Rinspeed lightweight alloy rims that come in a 20-inch size and are wrapped in high-performance tires.

The passengers can enjoy a custom interior, with the owner choosing to receive a Ruf shift knob, custom floor mats with red stitching and Carrera logos, a white finish for the instrument cluster surround, as well as back seats and center console that come in the exterior’s color.

We have to mention that the vehicle has also taken part in the Gumball 3000 rally.
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