Sunday, August 22, 2010

Can a Car be NOS? 2004 Porsche 911 GT3

This 2004 GT3 is as brand new as you can get for a six year-old performance car. Showing only 21 miles on the odometer, this car has been lovingly preserved in a climate controlled Porsche museum. Looking inside, you see that the plastic has never been removed from the seats and gauges. The factory cardboard is still covering the carpet. The car is perfect!

Many GT3 enthusiasts feel that the 2004 generation of the GT3 was the pinnacle. Later versions were saddled with unnecessary luxuries such as sunroofs and air conditioning. This car was spec'd to be the ultimate track-day weapon. In this case, AC and sunroof were left unchecked while the important performance items like Porsche's spectacular ceramic disc brakes were selected. One unusual option is the Speed Yellow seat belts which match the exterior paintwork.

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Asking $107,000.00

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