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2DR COUPE GT2
3.6L HORIZONTALLY-OPPOSED 6-CYL INC: TWIN T
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Porsche 997 GT2 Chassis # WP0AD299X8S796293 Recently Serviced & Clean CARFAX 19,081 Miles From New 1 Of Only 185 US Examples Very Well Optioned & In As-Delivered Configuration Clean DME report As with any truly great sports car, the GT2 can find i...
Porsche 997 GT2 Chassis # WP0AD299X8S796293 Recently Serviced & Clean CARFAX 19,081 Miles From New 1 Of Only 185 US Examples Very Well Optioned & In As-Delivered Configuration Clean DME report As with any truly great sports car, the GT2 can find its roots in motorsport. Birthed by necessity to fulfill homologation standards for the 1993 LeMans 24 Hour Race. Originally conceived along side the GT1, the GT2 would become the platform for all out creativity, technology, and limitless performance within the shell of the 911. It has allowed Porsche's engineers to solely focus on lap times rather than bottom lines and as a result any GT2 from any of the 4 generations rarely disappoints those lucky enough to get behind the wheel. The 997 variant, or 3rd generation GT2 debuted in 2007. While over 1,000 examples would be built only 185 would make it stateside for US distribution. Putting it well on the list of rare and collectible limited-production examples from Porsche. While the GT2 has many hallmarks, and on paper it has the formula next to that of a pure-bred race car, it can only be described in extremes. Essentially it is lighter (3,170 Pounds), faster (204 MPH), and more powerful (523 BHP) than any other Porsche road car before it, with the exception of the GT1. By today's standards it is still a fast car, a rare car, and one that any serious collector should consider to round out a proper Porsche collection. Chassis # WP0AD299X8S796293 is a 2008 GT2, finished in the seldom seen (for a GT2) Guards Red over Black and well ordered with a host of options such as Folding Sports Bucket Seats, Interior Carbon Package, Center Console In Guards Red, on and on, a very well optioned example detailed by its build sheet (available for review). Early history via the clean CARFAX report shows that the car was delivered new to Stoddard in Ohio before making its way to Illinois with it's second owner in 2010 with just 100 miles noted. Between 2012 and 2017 it remained in FL with a brief residency in TX with a dealer who took it on trade. The car recently received a big service at Porsche West Broward. -