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Acid Green Porsche Cayman GT4 Gets Full Detailing, the Images Are Amazing

When you come across a Porsche Cayman GT4 whose Acid Green finish was sampled using the color on the 918 Spyder brake calipers, you know you're dealing with a rare gem. However, Zuffenhausen track special came to our attention not thanks to its hue, but due to the fact that the sportscar recently received a thorough detailing.
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We'll remind you we're talking about a special edition that comes with a starting price of $84,600 (make that EUR85,776), with only 2,500 units or so being built each year. So this is uber-serious business.

Yes, we know - talking about a brand new GT4 in need of operations such as cleansing and paint correction sounds odd, especially since this Porsche reportedly only has 20 miles (32 km) on its odometer.

This British-registered Cayman has landed in the hands of Lancashire-based Miglior Detailing, which has quite a few things to share about this 911 Carrera S-powered Cayman. Oh, and let's not forget the suspension of this mid-engine Porsche has borrowed from the 911 GT3.

According to the detailing specialist, the vehicle came from Porsche Center Bolton, an authorized dealer, with the insignificant mileage mentioned above.

At first, the company talks about the car having "deep sanding marks and general swirl marks all over." This wouldn't be the first car that gets such admittedly minor bruises while being washed at a dealership. And since the dealer turned to the detailing company, the story seems to be well sorted out.

Nevertheless, things do get a little strange when the specialist mentions "sorting factory sanding marks." This description was used for the first photo in the image gallery bellow.

Since such details are difficult to verify, we'll move on and invite you to check out the complete gallery. Seeing the Cayman GT4 receiving a Spa experience (no Spa-Francorchamps pun intended) is quite pleasing.

 
 
 
 
 

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