Three (3) owners, all original paintwork which is in stunning condition with excellent gaps. Exterior factory equipment includes a rear spoiler, roll bar, wind deflector, dual exhaust, silver quarter panel intakes, and Porsche side script. Weight-saving measures on the Boxster Spyder included aluminum door panels and a removable bikini-style soft top that stows beneath an aluminum double-hump rear clamshell. The upholstery is immaculate with Alcantara carbon sports seats. The factory 19″ lightweight wheels are in excellent condition with Hankook Ventus V12 EVO 2 tires.
The original purchase invoice on file indicates delivery by Motor Werks of Barrington Porsche on June 16, 2010, with a base price of $65,570.00. Finished in Carrara White over Black Alcantara upholstery. This configuration was optioned from the factory with A/C Delete, Radio Delete, Floor Mats, Fabric Door Opening Loop, Manual Two Panel Roof, Soft Top in Black, and a 7-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung transmission.
The current owner purchased this Spyder in 2018 with 7,011 miles from European Collectibles. Schneider Autohaus in Santa Barbara, California performed a 10K mile maintenance which included replacing the engine oil and filter, cabin filter, installing a sealing ring, and checking all the fluids. Mechanically, the Boxster Spyder features a 3.4-liter six-cylinder engine paired to a 7-speed PDK dual-clutch transmission, which produces a 0-60 time of just 4 seconds. A true, genuine, roadster sports car destined only to appreciate, this Boxster is a great valued opportunity.
Hard to believe but the Boxster line is 25 years old now. When the car launched in 1997, reviews were positive and constantly improved as this car never seemed to disappoint with regards to looks and drivability. With their mid-engine layout and nearly perfect 50/50 weight distribution, it quickly developed a dedicated following.
The 2011 Boxster Spyder was heavily praised by the automotive press upon its release. Road and Track referred to it as “the perfect sports car.” and described its skidpad and figure 8 test results as “Ferrari 458 Italia numbers for less than a third of the price.” Car & Driver praised the acceleration, reaching from 0-60 in an incredibly quick 4 seconds.