Finished in Carrara White over a special black full leather interior with deviated stitching, this 2007 Porsche 997 GT3 has been upgraded with a rebuild of its flat-six Mezger engine to a 3.8-liter displacement. Producing a claimed output of 460 HP, this GT3 also received a regeared short-ratio transmission, custom clutch pack limited-slip differential, aluminum CSF radiators, an RS 4.0 clutch kit, adjustable Ohlins shocks, complete ERP monoball suspension, Fuchs wheels, a ducktail spoiler, and more. Showcasing extensive upgrades as well as factory optioned Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake (PCCB), Sport Chrono Package, and Carbon Interior Package, this GT3 is now being offered for auction by its seller out of Nevada with approximately 75k miles on the odometer.
This GT3 is finished in Carrara White and includes optional Bi-Xenon headlamps, painted headlight cleaner covers, and yellow ceramic brake calipers from the factory. An aftermarket decklid with a classic ducktail-style spoiler has been fitted along with a set of 19” Fuchs wheels with colored Porsche crests and new Continental ExtremeContact Sport tires. The front and rear bumpers are believed to have been previously refinished and the seller describes the exterior to be in very good overall condition, detailed images are provided in the gallery along with a CARFAX report showing minor damage to have occurred in September 2020.
Inside, this GT3 sports black full leather upholstery accented by optional deviated red stitching and carbon fiber trim pieces. Other factory options include a rear center console and illuminated door sill guards in carbon fiber, seatbelts in Guards Red, and a storage compartment lid with an embossed model logo. Wiring has been installed for a radar detector system and a pair of leather/Alcantara Sport Seats have been fitted along with a custom carbon fiber steering wheel, black Rennline pedal covers, red RS-style door pulls, and a GT2 RS red Alcantara shift knob. An aftermarket stereo has also been equipped including Bluetooth and Apple CarPlay compatibility. Some signs of wear are noted on the shifter, handbrake, and plastic door sills.
The original 3.6-liter Mezger flat-six engine has been rebuilt and upgraded to a 3.8-liter displacement using Mahle pistons and cylinders as well as long-tube headers, a larger 997.2 GT3 air intake, and a custom performance tune. A claimed output of 460 HP is sent to the rear wheels through a 6-speed manual transmission featuring a shorter ring and pinion from a GT3 Cup race car as well as shorter gear ratios, a, RS 4.0 clutch kit, and a custom clutch pack limited-slip differential. The shifter was also upgraded with Numeric Racing cables. The coolant system has been reinforced with custom billet threaded fittings and paired with upgraded CSF aluminum radiators. The factory ceramic brake calipers are paired with lightweight steel rotors and endurance racing brake pads. Upgrades to the chassis include a complete Ohlins GT3 adjustable shock and spring kit as well as a complete ERP monoball suspension and drop links from Tarett. The seller states all routine service items have been kept up to date and that the engine rebuild and upgrades were completed at approximately 60k miles.
This sale will include a clean title.
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Sold for $100,000
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Almost $100K. LFO!
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@Gaius If someone wants them in addition we can work something out. I have no use for them.
Original wheels are included?
@ClayMan cut the section that was dented and replaced with a new tube.
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"header was sectioned" can you elaborate what that means?
@Melikesand It does have a short shifter as well, not sure the brand.
Is the Shifter Numeric as well? The description is not clear if just the cables are numeric.
@ClayMan All I have left is the original wheels
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@Sylverlee I do have some parts receipts, would take me a bit to dig them up
Are any original parts included? (e.g., rear wing)
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Any associated paper work or receipts with the mods? I know most of the labor was done in house.
Is there a reserve?
@jaynar for the right price, no problem
Can you throw in the wheels with the car? Lol
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This car is downright sexy! It was said earlier but this just put a 997 GT3 touring on my wishlist.
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@Flsupraguy bbi, if memory serves.
@renorennsport do you know which roll bar was in there?
@hot-rods-to-hell you are correct. I no longer have it.
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Looks like the rear carpet has cut-outs for rollbar. Can you confirm and if so, do you have the rollbar? thank you.
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@Winefan94939 The dme readout will. If I had trouble with inspections I might put a used set of factory headers on, which are available online.
@Flsupraguy I do not, sorry.
Seller, any chance this passes CA Smog?
Do you have any pics from the vehicles accident?
997GT3 Touring...... Love it
@luis.seneriz yeah just elevation change alone is a huge bump we're at about 5k feet. 93 would be even better.
@Flsupraguy I believe the invoice for the P&C's is still around, I will have to find it. Otherwise, it was a private job at the time for a friend so no official records.
@renorennsport thank you for sharing. Can you please add any documentation reflecting this engine build?
If the car was dyno tuned in Nevada, the fuel octane is 91. If you live where 93 is available this engine will make better power yet. When I got my turbo it was ran on 91 octane as soon as I putt shell v power 93 octane entering Texas coming from California it was a whole different story. Awesome more vroom available
@luis.seneriz none at all! It's ready to go, that sounds like a lot fun to me.
@997GT3 hi, yeah it's basically a stock motor but with Mahle Motorsports drop in P&C kit which are 102mm bore, everything else is in the motor was refreshed but at factory specs so heads were done, rods etc. All fresh bearings and seals and gaskets. The only other upgrades were exhaust and intake as noted. The tune is for the street so it runs on pump gas. It was done on dyno with Steve Mase.
@Flsupraguy pics of wheels posted.
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Any issues or considerations about being able to drive the car back to
Houston? My last two p cars were driven 1300 and 1698 miles straight thru no issues. It’s a wonderful way to get acclimated with the car and banging gears at 3 am in the morning hitting triple digits it’s better than Christmas Day for me.
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Could you share details on the motor build (e.g. bore size)? Does the tune require specific fuel (91 vs 93 vs higher octane)?
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@Flsupraguy you know, I had a gear chart for it and miss placed it, so I don't unfortunately.
- Headers/exhaust are Supersprint the long tube stepped header.
-I will dig the wheels out and take some pics, they are in nice shape.
Can you please confirm the ratios used in the re gear of the trans?
Which make and model are the exhaust headers?
@renorennsport can you please post pics of the black wheels?
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@prl hi, only parts I have left are the original wheels which are black, happy to swap to those for the buyer. No paint readings, bumpers I believe have both been painted, obviously the decklid, which was nice work so expect it to be blended.
@luis.seneriz sorry those are the only seats I have for it.
@WReiter hi, no docs on the engine work, it was an in house job. Has Pankl rods. My partner Jess Lattin built the motor shortly before I purchased the car, he builds most of our engines. My father Mat built the transmission.
@windle91 hi, the only original parts I have left are the wheels which are black. Happy to swap to those for the buyer should they prefer.
Sorry no photos of the accident, the car was driven off the road at 35mph to avoid an animal and got stuck in the sand. The police came by before the tow truck arrived so they made a report. Damaged some fender liners, brake ducts, front splitter, scuffs on the bumper, dinged 1 header tube. All panels were replaced with factory parts, header was sectioned and bumper repainted.
No track days since I owned it. No track days since the motor and all work listed was completed.
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Do you have the original seats?? Love the ducktail. I’m a bigger guy and I have found some of the sport seats are not comfortable for me thanks. I’m interested.
Can you please post pics and elaborate about the minor damage to have occurred in September 2020.
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Rotors , paint meter readings, orginal deck?
My bad. I hadn't read the article before asking who built the engine. Did they keep stock (,titanium) rods or switch to steel (like Sharkwerks does with their builds)?
Who did the engine work? Do you have paperwork for the rebuild you could post?
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Fuchs & Ducktail FTW!
Do any of the original parts come with the car? Deck lid, carbon ceramic rotors, wheels, shift knob etc?
Any photos of the accident? How many track days?