The 911 Years: Porsche Certificate of Authenticity

Porsche Certificate of Authenticity

Porsche Certificate of Authenticity

My Certificate of Authenticity has arrived! In a shiny silver folder, it tells me all about my car, so here are the finer points about this baby;

The 911 rolled off the production line on 13/4/2005, and was registered a couple of weeks later, originally sold by Porsche centre Wilmslow. It is bassalt black metallic with full black leather interior.

Optional extras are;
Windscreen with grey top tint, 6-CD autochanger, Sat Nav, Wheel Centre Cet (the coloured crests on the wheels), heated seats, BOSE Surround Sound, Park Assist, Cruise Control, 19″ Classic wheels, Sports exhaust and (new to me!) Homelink.

Having looked this up, it appears I have 3 extra buttons in the overhead console which allows for automatic opening and closing of an electic garage door. Guess what is now on my list of things-to-do around the house!! 🙂

Anyhoot, its a nice document to have and costs zero pounds and zero pence if your part of the PCGB. Great stuff!