-The entire fabric top, frame and motors: $1200
-ZR-specific burnt orange leather (vented with power) seats and frames- $800
-Charcoal door panels (L & R)- $300/pair or $175/side
-Charcoal center console/armrest- $180
-ZR charcoal carpeting- $175
This car is an unblemished '07 ZR, and has the revised interior from the '07-08 Z models. As you can see in the pics, none of the parts have been removed yet. Other Z parts will become available as the desconstruction takes place. Local pickup in the Denver area is preferred, but will ship at buyers expense. You may contact me via e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone: (303) 752-9777.
Go look at your car again.2002-09-05 10:17:20 by Boxter_A_Porche
It's "Boxster." It's parked next to your Ferari and your Lambergini. You're quite the expert, eh??
Speed doesn't make it a Porsche. Who designed it and what it was originally intended for has a lot of say in what it is. Look up the history of the 914 or the 924. As to the Boxster that you fantasize about owning, it's a Porsche. However, the original poster was discussing an "old Porsche" that he bought to fix up. I doubt that he's discussing a Spyder or a 917, or even a 911 so I assume it's either a 356, a 912, or a 914. Anything to add, or would you prefer to keep making "Brmmm brmmm" noises while you pretend to drive your "Boxter"??
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