380 HP
310 LB-FT
Curb Weight
4191 LB
Rear Wheel Drive
Engine Size
3.0 L
Transmission Type
Top Speed
180 MPH
Standing Quarter Mile
12.3 Seconds
Zero to Sixty
4 Seconds
MPG (City/Highway)
19/24 MPG

Welcome to my garage. I have been a gear head at heart since I was a teenager and have been modifying and racing cars since high school in the 1980's. Porsche has always been the Iconic Sports Car to me. Since I was young I was reading the magazines about the precision, engineering, steering feel, and unique wild handling that the Porsche 911 offers. Those who could tame the 911 beast were considered great drivers! As my income allowed I have collected a few Porsche's over the years. My first Porsche is a 1998 Boxster which I have owned, since 2000, 17 years now.  I dropped a 3.4 liter 996 911 engine in to the Boxster with a few mods to make 320 horsepower. In 2007 I purchased a 2004 Cayenne S for the wifey. In 2010 I achieved a dream and found this gorgeous 2006 C4S fully loaded and with only 6500 miles on the odometer. Then In 2013 I added a 2008 Cayman S to the garage as well so the wife could have some fun too. Recently I added my 5th Porsche, a 2013 Cayenne S 4.8 liter V8 with 400 hp.  My old Faithful 2004 Cayenne S was sold shortly after. The 911 was always a goal and a dream and I fell immediately in love with the 997 models, especially the Carrera 4S with it's wider body and all wheel drive. Truly an amazing car to drive that offers incredible awd handling and precise steering feel. When the 2010 911 Sport Classic was introduced I was very excited to see the new front bumper design, side skirts, and ducktail tribute to the RS 911's of old. I ordered all the parts to change my 2006 body styling in to a 2010 911 Sport Classic Look.. Engine mods are conservative and I have a few key intake modifications that have added a really nice bump in power to about 380. The engine is one of the highlights of all Porsche's and this one loves to rev and screams. Brings a smile to my face every time I drive it.... Original Options: 2006 Carrera Seal Grey Metallic 6B4-All Wheel Drive-6 speed manual transmission-Only 6,500 miles when purchased March 2010-cpo warranty -Navi Porsche Communication Mgmt-Sun roof-Sport Chrono Package Plus-Sport Short Shifter-Bose Audio with 6 disc changer-Heated Silver Back Sport seats-leather wrapped sport steering wheel-Seal Grey center console-Carbon Fiber Pkg shifter, brake lever, and dash trim-Carrera sport wheels 8.5x19 front with 5mm spacers, 11.5x19 rear with17mm spacers-Michellin Super Sports 245/35/19 front 325/30/19 rear-TPMS tire pressure monitoring system-Colored crest capsFor more information on my Porsche projects please visit:http://www.qikqbnboxster.mysite.com

Discuss this build

[]Jessy Mbagara

Bill, your 4S is the reason I got into the Pcar game. I’ve watched your Smoking Tire video with Matt more times than I can count and I’m very much looking fwd to “Sport Classifying” my 997.2. Cheers!

[]Bill Diaz

Awesome!!!! So glad I was such a bad influence on you! ;^) Seriously, be prepared for the obsession to begin. You have just taken the Porsche Red Pill and will never look at cars that same way again. Congratulations on such an awesome choice and welcome to the club!!

[]Jessy Mbagara

Haha, this is all very good news. I already love the car, a lot! Engine’s in the wrong place and yet every time I attack a corner it feels so right!! She’s a keeper ... also my friend just got a 996 TT and so I have a buddy to attack the canyons with around the Bay Area. I’ll hit you up next time I’m in SoCal. I’d love to check out your collection and maybe we can even go on a drive in your excellent canyons.

[]Michael Cholewa

I like the black paint protection film in front of the back wheel. it looks reminiscent of the turbo air duct.

[]Max Summers

I just got mine with 6300 miles one owner last week. Love this car, wish I had gotten into them sooner.

[]Chris Weaver

I love that ducktail! Beautiful.

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