The Porsche 997 Turbo is already on track to become a future classic. It is more mechanical in feel than the newer 991 models and is the last of the 911 Turbos to be available with a good old fashioned manual transmission. The Turbo Cabriolet is, in a way, the more laidback sister of the more performance-focused fixed roof model. With the ability to put the roof down, it can be enjoyed equally at leisurely speeds and racing speeds. The sensation of the wind blowing through your hair as the rear-mounted boosted flat-6 roars is something else.

Like the 997 Turbo we previously had in our shop, this topless black beauty received a new set of H&R Springs. The car now sits lower, meaner, and handles better without beating up the driver's spine. The new lowered stance certainly makes this Turbo a striking thing to behold, especially with the top down!

H&R - Sport Lowering Springs