Can We Interest You In A Mid-Driving Position Porsche 911?

This center-seat 2008 Porsche 911 Carrera S boasts a 3.8-liter flat-six and a 6-speed manual gearbox.

Need additional incentives to purchase a 2008 Porsche 911? Well how about the fact that this particular one features a center-seat conversion, which makes it a trully unique find.

The car is getting auctioned off through Bring a Trailer, with 33,000 miles (53,108 km) on its 3.8-liter flat-six unit, which produced 355 PS (350 HP) on Carrera S models such as this one. As for the gearbox, it’s a row-yourself 6-speed manual.

On the outside, the Porsche is finished in Carrara White, boasting a factory Aerokit, bi-xenon headlights, rear wing, clear aftermarket LED taillights, clear side-marker lights, sunroof, tinted windows, plus black 19-inch Sport Design wheels, with standard cross-drilled rotors and red calipers.

Now the really interesting part – the interior. It was converted to house a single front seat by Trinity Motorsports Group in Ohio, who removed the original dashboard and replaced it with a custom carbon fiber and leather piece. Meanwhile, the factory center stack was shifted more to the right and grafted to a custom console that hugs the shifter.

Additional equipment includes the Cobra seat with the OMP five-point harness and slider (you can slide it back to the left for ease of access), the Sport Chrono Package Plus, a Kenwood head unit with Bluetooth and backup camera, carbon fiber door sills and more.

As for the previously-mentioned 3.8-liter flat six unit, it comes with an Evolution Motorsports V-Flow intake system, as well as a track-spec full titanium exhaust system.

When new, this Porsche had a sticker price of $110,055 – though, then, you were seated on the left side, not in the middle of the cabin.


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