Well maintained. Garage kept. Just had the RMS replaced, IMS is not the replaceable one with the failure issues- it’s the good one,trans flush, clutch fluid flush, clutch and flywheel replaced, clutch is upgraded, oil change, new rear brakes (Feb, 2019), new front brakes (Nov., 2018), front tires replaced (Feb. 2018), rear tires replaced (Feb., 2019), control arms replaced, Milltek Exhaust, upgraded and very cool rims. Dealers charge more, and you won’t have to buy it and replace the clutch, etc. Has two working remotes with keys- when I bought it, had two keys, but one remote was in pieces and put in a bag. I had to buy a new one and get it programmed. I am the third owner. I have records from the Porsche dealership that did work for the second owner, and my records. My mechanic does not post on Car Fax, as he says his clients don’t want that done. I have records of the work we had done, and you could talk to my current mechanic. I’ve had the car for three years in June, 2019. For a time, Porsche was using an IMS bearing that failed, so they began using a different one. Mine has that different one. We thought so because of my manufacture date, but my mechanic looked. We did things before they needed done, such as rear brakes, etc.