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2009 Porsche 997 GT3 Factory Cup IMSA Gold Class Winning Car For Sale

£88,900 As stated

Price £88,900As stated
Ad Type For Sale
Category FIA Race Cars
Make Porsche
Make Porsche 997 GT3 Factory Cup
Model 911
Year 2009
Country United States of America
Region International
Status Trade
Ref C1227781

Located in the USA... dry desert....

2009 Porsche 997 GT3 Factory Cup Car = - This car was the IMSA GT3 Cup Championship Gold Class winning car.

Model:997 GT3 Factory Cup Car


Price:$88, 900... USD dollars.... Firm...

- a 2009 Porsche 911 GT3 ( 997 ) Factory built Cup Car.

- This car was the IMSA GT3 Cup Championship Gold Class winning car.

- This factory built Cup Car comes with a factory sealed engine and transmission and has been professionally maintained by Wayne Taylor Racing.

- The engine has 36 hours on it and the gear box has just 17 hours.

- The car comes equipped with a new OMP carbon drivers seat, new OMP belts, new factory steering wheel with endurance package, unlocked Motec extended with shift lights, JRZ 3-Way suspension, 3 sets of factory BBS wheels with all new hardware, factory auto blipper, new Premier bladder in fuel cell, M&M racing exhaust and headers (+10HP ) with original exhaust available and new center wheel transport hooks.

- Additional accessories include a smarty cam, electronic water drinking system, cool box and more.

- This car has never had a major accident and has has little use in the past two years.

- It is a well known car that has an excellent history and is track ready.


   If you have questions please email us below...

   Shipping at your cost example... is about $1, 500.. to the UK ports...

   Thanks for looking....

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