Back in the summer of 2010, a Porsche 911 Turbo that was part of Porsche Canada's press fleet was put through a garage door by the son of Canadian Auto Journalist Peter Cheney. The story generated all kinds of feedback, from those shrugging it off as "boys will be boys", to righteous indignation bordering on "off with his head".
After the dust settled, it emerged that the Porsche suffered only cosmetic damage, while Mr. Cheney's garage met a crueler fate. The car has been fully repaired and is now being sold by a Porsche dealer 2 hours outside of Toronto, with a 2 year, 100,000 mile warranty as part of Porsche's Certified Pre-Owned program. We must say, it cleans up well.
Porsche Canada PR head Laurance Yap confirmed that this is the same car stating that "After it was repaired, that car stayed on my fleet for several months and generated lots of great stories." We bet. A Porsche 911 Turbo has that magical ability to make something like a trip to the dentist for anesthetic-free root canal surgery a fun time. At a hair under $150,000 CDN for a fully optioned car with about 13,000 miles on it, that's a good deal for a car that cost $167,000 in 2010 sans options. Of course, Porsche's recent price drops in Canada mean that a brand new Turbo costs $159,400 before add-ons. Whether you want a car with such an interesting provenance is up to you.
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