2k-Mile 2018 Porsche 991.2 GT3 Touring w/ Custom Tailoring

It is our pleasure to present this 2018 Porsche 991.2 GT3 Touring finished in Paint to Sample Maritime Blue.  Perhaps the most desirable model of the 991 generation, the GT3 Touring features a rear wing delete and a mandated 6-speed GT Sport manual transmission connecting the driver to a naturally aspirated 4.0L flat-six engine.  This outstanding 2018 example was specially configured by a prominent Porsche collector in California at an original cost of over $249k.  In addition to its rare Paint to Sample exterior color, this Touring highlights over $52k worth of Custom Tailoring, Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes (PCCB), and the Front Axle Lift System as well as a black leather and Alcantara interior with extensive deviated stitching, additional leather upholstery, full bucket seats, and a host of details from Porsche’s Exclusive Department.  Showing just over 2k miles on the odometer, this beautiful and highly optioned GT3 Touring is now being offered for auction by its seller out of California.

This Touring is presented in the nonmetallic Paint to Sample shade of Maritime Blue, one of the rarest and most sought-after Porsche colors of all time.  The entire front end has been preserved under clear protection film along with the leading edge of the roof, mirror covers, lower quarter panels, and windshield.  The lower front spoiler and rear valence have also been professionally covered in removable carbon fiber vinyl wrap; detailed images are provided in the photo gallery along with a clean CARFAX report.  In place of the standard GT3 fixed rear wing, the Touring version features an understated speed-activated rear spoiler derived from the Carrera model.  This particular example came optioned with Exclusive LED headlights in black, the Front Axle Lift System, and 20” center-lock GT3 wheels in a high-gloss black finish.  Tucked behind these wheels are yellow-painted brake calipers included as part of the Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake (PCCB) system.

Inside, this Touring features a black leather and Alcantara interior with extensive deviated stitching throughout.  Additional leather upholstery covers the steering column, dashboard trim, sun visors, and transmission tunnel.  Through Porsche’s Custom Tailoring program, the entire front trunk has also been masterfully upholstered in matching black leather with deviated stitching along with a roadside triangle holder embossed with an “Exclusive Manufaktur” logo.  Other special details include full carbon bucket seats, belt outlet trims in Alcantara, a center console lid with Porsche crest, illuminated door sill guards in carbon fiber, and a fuel cap with aluminum-look finish.  A complete list of factory options is provided below:

  • 00480  Color Selection for Deviated Stitching
  • 039      Touring Package - Exterior Package in Black
  • 082      Extended Range Fuel Tank
  • 24102  Rear Center Tunnel Cover Model Logo in Deviated Stitching
  • 24103  Steering Wheel Rim with Deviated Stitching
  • 24104  Seat and Headrest Logo in Deviated Stitching
  • 24106  Gear Lever Boot Stitching in Deviated Thread
  • 24901  Dashboard with Deviated Stitching
  • 24902  Upper Door Panel Stitching in Deviated Thread
  • 24905  Upper Rear Side Panel with Deviated Stitching
  • 24906  Center Console Lid Stitching in Deviated Thread
  • 24931  Preparation for Exterior Paint to Sample
  • 26741  Door Center Panel with Deviated Stitching
  • 26751  Door Armrest Stitching in Deviated Thread
  • 26761  Door Handle Stitching in Deviated Thread
  • 39        Leather Interior in Black with Cloth Seat Centers i.c.w. Touring Package
  • 450      Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes (PCCB)
  • 474      Front axle lift system
  • 486      6-speed GT Sport Manual Transmission
  • 509      Fire Extinguisher
  • 581      Luggage net in passenger footwell
  • 583      Smoking package
  • 630      Light Design Package
  • 789      Control number for Custom color
  • 90027  Steering Column Casing in Leather with Deviated Stitching
  • 98        Exterior Paint to Sample, Non-Metallic
  • 9VL      Bose® Surround Sound System
  • CFX      Deviated Floor Mats with Leather Edging
  • CLN      Belt Outlet Trim in Alcantara®
  • CXX      Custom Tailoring Option (special wishes that require further communication)
  • CZW    Extended Interior Package, Dashboard Trim in Leather
  • DFS      Vehicle Key Painted incl. Key Pouch in Leather
  • EKG     Interior Trim in Carbon Fiber i.c.w. Leather Interior
  • P11      Full bucket seats
  • P13      Automatically dimming mirrors with integrated rain sensor
  • QH1     Voice Control
  • QR5     Sport Chrono Package
  • XEY      LED Headlights in Black with Porsche Dynamic Light System
  • XMP    Sun Visors in Leather
  • XPT      Center Console Lid with Porsche Crest
  • XVA     Steering Column Casing in Leather with Stitching in Deviated Thread
  • XVX      Extended Deviated Stitching Interior Package
  • XXD     Door-Sill Guards in Carbon Fiber, Illuminated
  • XYB      Fuel Cap with Aluminum Look Finish
  • XZM     Transmission Tunnel in Leather

This second-generation 991 GT3 is equipped with a high revving naturally aspirated 4.0L flat-six engine paired with a 6-speed GT Sport manual transmission.  Up to 500 HP is sent to the rear wheels allowing for acceleration from 0-60 MPH in as little as 3.9 seconds with a top speed of nearly 200 MPH.  Rear-axle steering and PASM suspension are equipped as standard, and this example features the optional Sport Chrono Package and PCCB ceramic composite brakes.  All scheduled service is reported to have been kept up to date through authorized Porsche dealers.  Invoices are provided for reference in the photo gallery.

This sale will include a paint-matched key and a clean title.  The title is currently in transit and is expected to arrive in the seller’s possession within the next 2-3 weeks.  The buyer is under no obligation to complete the transaction until the title has arrived.  Easily one of the most comprehensively optioned examples of the 991 GT3, this Maritime Blue Touring is a Porsche collector’s dream come true.

Auction Results

  • Sold for: $299,250
  • Auction End: 2021-06-18 19:59:24+00:00
  • Number of Bids: 16
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Comments (94)

  • Ringmeister (registered bidder) 1 month, 2 weeksago

    Wow, makes the GT Silver one in dealtank an absolute steal.

  • momotime (seller) 1 month, 2 weeksago

    To the winning bidder. Congratulations!!
    Look forward in talking with you to finalize and arrange for payment and pick up.
    You are going to love the car. I will make sure all the books, records, COA, etc. accompany the car.
    Again congrats and well done!

  • zmon2086 1 month, 2 weeksago

    @allthingsporsches enjoy your 1 of 1 most cohesively spec's collector piece!! Bahaha

    And yes, all talk here, i don't need two of em. :)

  • allthingsporsches (registered bidder) 1 month, 2 weeksago

    @airkuhl993 his car sold itself sir , you guys are all talk no action !

  • allthingsporsches 1 month, 2 weeksago

    Sold for $299,250

  • zmon2086 1 month, 2 weeksago

    "Easily one of the most comprehensively optioned examples of the 991 GT3, this Maritime Blue Touring is a Porsche collector’s dream true."

    HAHAH last line of the listing. COMPREHENSIVE... yea ok..

  • airkuhl993 1 month, 2 weeksago

    Deal Tank here we go!

  • zmon2086 1 month, 2 weeksago

    @allthingsporsches dumbest question... wow. bid on. enjoy the car, but you probably wont cause your probably a dealer too.

    funny only answers i get are insults. wennie, dumb questions.

    Like airkuhled said, its clear no questions will be answered. just ignorance. "claps hands"

  • airkuhl993 1 month, 2 weeksago

    Is the reserve lifted?

  • allthingsporsches 1 month, 2 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $299,250

  • GMLH05 1 month, 2 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $299,000

  • allthingsporsches (registered bidder) 1 month, 2 weeksago

    @zmon2086 dummest questions I have ever heard Iam sorry ,

  • allthingsporsches 1 month, 2 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $298,000

  • GMLH05 1 month, 2 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $297,000

  • zmon2086 1 month, 2 weeksago

    whats funny is all the records this sale is not setting because a few simple questions cannot be answered. dealers be dealers

  • Takky (registered bidder) 1 month, 2 weeksago

    I'll bet Geoff's in to win this!

  • allthingsporsches 1 month, 2 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $296,000

  • gisringhausen 1 month, 2 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $295,000

  • NA2 (registered bidder) 1 month, 2 weeksago

    this is hilarious.....worse than the NCRS guys with their protecto-plates and tank stickers.

    i'm waiting for someone to suggest that interior parts were swapped out because of likely flood damage.

  • IDRIVEPORSCHE5 1 month, 2 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $289,000

  • velocevaluations 1 month, 2 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $285,000

  • Cielo (registered bidder) 1 month, 2 weeksago

    As Mr.Mohlman says, once upon a time, and perhaps still, Ferrari Monroneys would have a line item "Extracampionario" and a mysterious number, could be anything - say $50,000 - with absolutely no explanation. Whatever you special ordered was in that number.

  • GMLH05 1 month, 2 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $281,000

  • zmon2086 1 month, 2 weeksago

    and what records is this about to set? the recent granite green on BAT brought 90K over sticker this is currently sitting at $25K over. the original owner probably paid more ADM on the original deal than where we are currently at.

  • airkuhl993 1 month, 2 weeksago

    @momotime it doesn’t take long to do a quick search and come across all your postings on BAT under djminvestments to realise your ok asking the questions but not so keen on answering them. We are all still waiting for answers. Time’s a ticking. Here’s a recap:

    Bluehorseshoe (registered bidder) 6 days, 3 hoursago
    Hello, can you please provide a breakdown of how the $50k CXX was allocated. Thanks and GLWS.

    dennisconnie2 6 days, 1 hourago
    Please take some outside pics

    airkuhl993 2 days, 11 hoursago
    How do you square the discrepancies in the build sheet to what is presented?
    1. The Floor Mats
    2. The Carbon Fiber Interior Trim
    3. Rear Side Panel Stitching
    4. Alcantara Door Handles being a different colour stitching than rest of car
    5. The Steering Wheel 12 O'clock marker

    And one last one. Has there been any paintwork done to the car I.E. are there parts that were painted outside the factory?

    I will not resort to name calling, that is Not in the spirit of these proceedings. But, I will not stop asking questions until there are truthful answers. Period.

  • momotime (seller) 1 month, 2 weeksago

    @ssg1 thanks for your kind words and support. Sorry about 330GTC ?. Give me a call to catch up?

  • zmon2086 1 month, 2 weeksago

    people now getting call wenies for asking questions... this is hilarious.

    which owner swapped in the black aluminum trim and why? did they forget to also put in the door sill piece or they just liked the mis match materials on the trim pieces?

  • ssg1 (registered bidder) 1 month, 2 weeksago

    We have purchased two air cooled RS models from David Mohlman and can vouch for him, even though I'm (jokingly) very resentful that he refused to sell me his beautiful 330 GTC....

    The folks in this comment section bagging him on the spec are silly. what a bunch of weenies. This car is spectacular.

  • momotime (seller) 1 month, 2 weeksago

    @airkuhl993 “typical used car salesman”. OMG you just don’t give up do you. I would love for you to call me at your convenience or come by for a visit any time.

  • 18GT3T 1 month, 2 weeksago

    @airkuhl993 I don't personally think there's anything wrong with the car, in fact, I like the fact that it's all wrong as per the option list. Makes it even more special than it already is especially in 20 years time. And no one can say for certain it's wrong, it's all speculation at this stage.
    Did I mention I like it :)

  • airkuhl993 1 month, 2 weeksago

    @18GT3T it’s not shade, it’s facts. Things don’t add up, for what it’s worth my respect for DM has deteriorated quickly. Lots of defense and no proof, sounds like a typical used car salesman to me. Bid with confidence people!! Should be a line of dealers ready to bid this into the stratosphere to artificially inflate their stocks!

  • 18GT3T 1 month, 2 weeksago

    Gorgeous GT3T, I'm surprised at all the shade being thrown at this car, if you don't like it don't bid. This will be a record breaker IMO. I don't think I've seen one break $300k but this looks like it's going to get there even with the market softening. The RNM GT3T this week is probably the first sign followed very quickly by the yellow one with the crazy price coming to auction.
    Gorgeous spec and color, very engaged seller with a solid track record by the sounds of it. What isn't to like.......

  • Biturbo (registered bidder) 1 month, 2 weeksago

    @Ohiolion the valet parking stuff can’t park stick in Beverly Hills ????

  • velocevaluations 1 month, 2 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $275,000

  • zmon2086 1 month, 2 weeksago

    Pic 133 also shows on the third line leather seats with cloth seat inserts... and if the alacantara was part of the CXX its strange because the alacantara of this gen had the stripes on them. like you see in the winged .2 cars.

    I LOL at the i order so many special porsche's that i cannot remember how i spec'd it excuse... the folks i have met personally that are like this are so detailed and "into" these cars that they absolutly remember all the little special details. thats what this is all about to them. and frankly for me too. i own a PTS touring that i put a few minor CXX on and i can for sure tell you exactly what they are, and would never really forget, both for what they mean for me and also the hassle to get them accomplished with porsche..

    anyways GLWS and hopefully these things can be clarified, like other posters have stated not so much for me, but for the potential buyer of this car, who in this market is going to pay a prettttttttty premium.

  • zmon2086 1 month, 2 weeksago

    This is a beautiful car. i do see what others are seeing and the one discrepancy that sticks out like a sore thumb for me is why the car has the black aluminum trim when the options list clearly states carbon fiber trim with leather interior. No owner can remember making this major change?? and what a miss if this car was really spec'd with the alacantara instead of the touring fabric seats and continue the standard leather trim on the doors..

    EKG Interior Trim in Carbon Fiber i.c.w. Leather Interior - this is missing....

  • suitcase (registered bidder) 1 month, 2 weeksago

    I personally know this seller 30 years. There is almost no one, in the world, more knowledgeable or reputable regarding Porsche and other classics. This is a spectacular car. With the recent announcement that Porsche will not be offering a GT3 Manual in California, the future is unfortunately upon us. This is just the beginning. Regardless of the future, the Touring remains a 500 HP, NA, MT Wingless 911. It smaller and less automated than the 992. These cars are relatively few. I expect in the very near future they will all find their way to "forever" garages as they should. Good luck to all bidders and to the winner....don't sell it.

  • Ohiolion (registered bidder) 1 month, 2 weeksago

    @momotime so it's true. I've heard rumors about CA not allowing the manual option. what is the reasoning? noise? pollution? communism? (jk)

  • Pitcrew5 (registered bidder) 1 month, 2 weeksago

    We can probably all agree that this is the, if not one of, the Crown Jewels of the 991 Touring.
    As far as the seller of this car? There is none better regarding Knowledge, reputation, presentation etc etc. This comes from personal experience and others who have done business over many years.
    All I can say is, Congratulations to whoever wins this incredible and special Porsche.

  • momotime (seller) 1 month, 2 weeksago

    @airkuhl993 Ok. thanks for your long dissertation re. your thoughts and comments re the GT3 Touring. First of all I am the owner of the car and my name is David Mohlman (momotime) and you kindly stated earlier that both Dick Moran and myself are "pretty serious collectors". This is most appreciated by both Dick and myself but you need to please realize that Dick owned 5 of these Tourings and he cannot remember all the details and options on any or all of them. Unfortunately Dick and I are no youngsters any more and it is almost impossible to remember all the details from all of the Porsches we have owned recently or in the years past. I have tried to explain this as honestly and knowledgeably as I can but it appears that you still are not convinced the car is "as represented" and as ordered. Both Dick and I have been special ordering new Porsches for over 30 years so we have seen on occasion certain instances where the build sheet or the window sticker does not match the actual car so please understand that this is strictly the case here and the car is not modified other than what I have disclosed previously. If in fact there is a mistake on Dicks, second owner and now me the 3rd owner behalf we apologize but all of the previous and knowledgeable owners are simply stating this is the car as delivered. I am sorry you cannot agree or acknowledge this but if you are correct we 3 previous owners will owe you an apology because we are not trying to mislead anyone whatsoever about the validity of the car. Needless to say it would make no sense for anyone to change the seat insert or the door panel fabric so please believe that this must have been incorporated into the Custom Tailoring Option package because it is clearly not on the build sheet separately. Also for $52,000.00 in expenses that are not broken down line item by line item I would hope any bidder and future owner will realize there may never be a detailed description of all these special made options. I once purchased a Ferrari that had $125,000.00 worth of bespoke Custom Tailor Options and I never could get a line by line description showing these options either.
    In any event the only reason I am taking the time and effort is to explain to you and any other doubters here on this site is I ONLY WANT full disclosure and honesty to be represented on my car and on my behalf and I am trying my best to show this effort.
    I have been fortunate enough to be a owner, buyer, seller, collector, dealer for over 40 years with Porsches and I have always done my best to be 100% honest and fair with anyone who buys a car from me so hopefully you now can appreciate the efforts I am putting into your comments and understand that the items not listed on the build sheet are not going to show up on the build sheet and recognize that the car is as it left the factory. If you still do not believe me or the explanation my only suggestion would be don't bid on the car. No disrespect intended to you at all.

  • momotime (seller) 1 month, 2 weeksago

    @Highlander yes. 2 keys and all books ..

  • airkuhl993 1 month, 2 weeksago

    @momotime so just clarify Mr. Moran stated "a minor portion of the the Custom Tailoring Options were the seat inlays, leather front trunk and the Alcantara" what were the major portions? So, someone who spent over $50k on CXX has no recollection of optioning the car?

    Having a hard time understanding "Mr. Moran is still looking for the original Window Sticker but I assure you this will show the exact same items that are on the build sheet that I provided on the auction site." That may be true but he talked with or communicated with someone, either a Salesperson, PCNA Associate, no one remembers putting the most expensive touring project in the USA together? Weird. Curious.

    It may well be true that as the previous owners stated "Both the original owner and second owner state the "add on" items that have been mentioned by some of the viewers came from Porsche AG Factory other than the above mentioned items." It could be that a 991 GT3 that was totalled had its entire interior removed and retrofitted, it also came from Porsche AG factory, just not on this car? Possible? Perhaps. Also possible many of the items were made by exclusive option. They do nice work and deserve to be acknowledged if in fact that was the case. No loss of value there.

    And to finish you state "I can clearly see where some of people who doubt the originality of the current car have questions, but please understand that I have done all the homework I can and I am totally confident and comfortable that the car is "as delivered" with the exception of the few items mentioned above and I am sure both of the previous owners would have clearly advised me if there were any changes. They have nothing to hide nor have any reason to modify something and then not tell me" So everything is correct except for the things that you can't account for? But not to worry they must be original. So if I may ask, who are you? Do you own the car? Are you a dealer? Are you a broker? Do you have references? How are we supposed to trust you, do you have a history selling cars or are you a collector?

    Listen, not trying to be a jerk but the point of these auction sites is open scrutiny. We are all in some way assisting the buyer in making a sound purchase. That buyer could be me or someone else. In my view you have not gone far enough to dispel any doubt. There is still a lot of unknowns about this car however beautifully presented it may be. Good luck with the sale.

  • Highlander (registered bidder) 1 month, 2 weeksago

    Good Morning, is there a 2nd key? Thank You

  • momotime (seller) 1 month, 2 weeksago

    Good Morning.

    I have read all the comments re. the questions on the few items that are on the car now that are not on the build sheet. Last night I called both the first owner and the second owner to clarify. Dick Moran was the first owner, as stated earlier, and he commented that he ONLY added the custom Lloyd floor mats. He also firmly stated that he did not change anything else on the car. He also clearly stated that a minor portion of the the Custom Tailoring Options were the seat inlays, leather front trunk and the Alcantara, etc Mr. Moran is a total originality "freak" (as am I). He did say he does not remember the discrepancy with the carbon fiber inserts in the interior so I assume what was in the car came in the car. The second owner (also a very nice gentleman) told me that he did put the carbon fiber overlays on the front spoiler lip and the rear splitter. He says these are the only mods currently on the car that he performed. Mr. Moran is still looking for the original Window Sticker but I assure you this will show the exact same items that are on the build sheet that I provided on the auction site.
    In summary: Both the original owner and second owner state the "add on" items that have been mentioned by some of the viewers came from Porsche AG Factory other than the above mentioned items. The salesman at Porsche of Newport Beach Porsche also says the car is the way it came in and Mr. Moran would never change anything.
    I can clearly see where some of people who doubt the originality of the current car have questions, but please understand that I have done all the homework I can and I am totally confident and comfortable that the car is "as delivered" with the exception of the few items mentioned above and I am sure both of the previous owners would have clearly advised me if there were any changes. They have nothing to hide nor have any reason to modify something and then not tell me.
    In any event, now that hopefully this clears up some of these questions from a few people on the site, let's concentrate on the rarity, beauty and exclusivity of this one of one Touring. Sorry for the long comment but perhaps this will help all future bidders. Thanks

  • sterno 1 month, 2 weeksago

    @airkuhl993 agree the dog did not eat the Monroney and also dealers do not " Sometimes throw them out. It is a Beautiful car and some of the options not matching the build sheet and confusing? Would like to know the thought process when the spec was done . Can only imagine the coast to have CXX leather boot and why a Touring was spec with the Alcantara but thats an individual choice. I can remember two CXX options I checked into when I did my spec. One was door handle straps and TOURING script in the headrest . I think both cost where 8,000 each which seemed steep so I passed. In the end result I passed and glad I did on the headrest also had DB Carbon make a set of door pulls done in Carbon so I do have the originals if ever want to go back as I prefer over shiny. As far as the door straps I was not told by the dealer if you did spec CXX straps you also got black molding which I then may have considered . Also I went back and forth with the dealer regarding the rear tunnel behind the seats to be done in leather and was told they would only do th whole piece which included the sitting area. I kept trying to explain my reason as it continued the flow from the counsel and was dealing with the GM who just did not get it. I do think if I got to explain to the Exclusive dept they would get it. Did not like the GM as he was just another salesman .Back in 1976 when I first purchased a Porsche it was at Vasek Polak and the salesman Burt Ohlander a true Porsche person and at the time Vasek involved and a legend indeed.

  • airkuhl993 1 month, 2 weeksago

    Seems pretty simple, both David Mohlman and Richard Moran both owned this car, pretty serious collectors. I would bet the Monroney was not eaten by one of their dogs. Just ask them to fill in the blanks and case closed.

  • My911turbos (registered bidder) 1 month, 2 weeksago

    Apologies for the OT, but can you imagine - one year earlier and Cali residents wouldn’t even be allowed to own a Speedster, perhaps the ideal climate/place for which the car was designed for? Insanity.

  • momotime (seller) 1 month, 2 weeksago

    Well.Bad news!! I was just told by Porsche Cars North America that my 2022 GT3 Touring WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO ORDER WITH A MANUAL GEARBOX!! So anyone living in California must order PDK!! Makes me think my current Maritime Blue one with manual gearbox is now really even more special !!!

  • My911turbos (registered bidder) 1 month, 2 weeksago

    I don’t disagree. Tracking down the Exclusive spreadsheet would end the speculation for sure. My simple point, was attempting to say that depending on the time and extent some items were done in the Exclusive workshop, many of the items done wouldn’t necessarily match the simple build sheet - as is the case with my car. As you properly point out, there are several providers, like Exclusive Option, that do great work and make it difficult to tell what was indeed done by Porsche originally. Cheers.

  • airkuhl993 1 month, 2 weeksago

    @sterno Bingo.

  • sterno 1 month, 2 weeksago

    @My911turbos Something to me just does not Jive. Like you said the leather to the front boot cost would be big$ . Not sure why anyone would opt for the Alcantara inserts in the LWCB over the exclusive Carbon weave fabricate to the Touring or Peptia and why the door handles black stitching and the rest of the panel silver ?? Maybe someone swapped out interiors with a wing car?The lower valance painted?I don't think shows on the build which is fine if he did after but at the cost expecting he should explain. The carbon dash?? Something just seems weird here .I think maybe Exclisive Options made the inner door sills, Leather vents, rear tray along with the rear speakers in leather which is Ok but also if so explained ??I have a 991.2 Touring and was trying to help a friend who wants one but I think I may advise to pass on this as there are to many questions. The car is beautiful indeed but too many questions for what the Touring's are going for.

  • krz1988 1 month, 2 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $265,000

  • My911turbos (registered bidder) 1 month, 2 weeksago

    Correction to my last post (insomnia tonight lol) what I referred to as my COA of sorts in the package mailed to me, is properly called Porsche Production Spec. Aside from the listed price being $100k + over MSRP it makes no mention at all of the Special Wishes, not even a line. And the many lines of detail identify the original “pre exclusive workshop” build - such as a red steering wheel top marker, even though the top marker was done in pebble grey. As were the seats, dash etc with no mention of those items either. Interior simply listed as black.
    As said before, the Exclusive spreadsheet is the only thing that lists these to my knowledge. I now suspect that the carbon fibre trim on this GT3T may have been some of the interior parts swapped at the workshop to its final configuration. But there are many people more knowledgeable than I on this topic.

  • My911turbos (registered bidder) 1 month, 2 weeksago

    The window sticker will NOT give you a line by line breakdown of the Exclusive options.

    The seller is indeed correct that the window sticker would say “Custom Tailoring Option (Special Wish) $52,200”, exactly as the build sheet he has posted does. A simple Google search for “Monroney Sticker GT3 CXX” will show examples of such.

    I’ll confirm @JAM2 is also correct in that Exclusive (and selling dealer ideally) will have the spreadsheet breaking down the $52,200 but in my experience you won’t find that list anywhere else.

    I spent countless months spec’ing my Speedster with >$100k of options including $60 or 70k of exclusive/CXX options and FWIW didn’t receive a window sticker. In fact, the official package mailed to me by Porsche, including a COA of sorts, one lined the Special Wishes and associated price.

    “I” would not be concerned that the painted wheels (approx $5k), steering wheel (approx $5k) etc are after market, as without these big ticket items I’m not sure where else the $52k of Custom Tailoring would be spent (although I agree with every CXX item others have posted). I can’t even guess how much the leather frunk would have cost, but I suspect it may very well be the highest priced option on the car (or at least one of the hardest to get spec’d).

    Floor mats are easily replaced to owners preference (nothing to argue about here IMO) but I do agree that it’s odd the build sheet lists carbon fibre trim. That I can’t explain.

    My advice to seller, or new buyer, would be to reach out to the selling dealer or Exclusive in Atlanta/LA with the VIN and see if they can track down the spreadsheet JAM2 refers to.

  • airkuhl993 1 month, 2 weeksago

    @momotime How do you square the discrepancies in the build sheet to what is presented?
    1. The Floor Mats
    2. The Carbon Fiber Interior Trim
    3. Rear Side Panel Stitching
    4. Alcantara Door Handles being a different colour stitching than rest of car
    5. The Steering Wheel 12 O'clock marker

    Perhaps you should ask the selling dealer for the breakdown of CXX options. I am sure they have it for warranty purposes. I would want to know that if my interior for example started to fade or discolour or I ripped or tore the leather that I could take it back to dealer and have it replaced.

  • BostonMotorsports1 (registered bidder) 1 month, 2 weeksago

    @sterno the build sheet is posted in the gallery. This shows all options and dollar amounts from a sticker. Anyone can pull this.

    Not everyone keeps the original sticker, some dealers even throw them away. Sometimes they get lost. Sometimes someone’s dog ate it.

    Nice car!

  • Ndgal 1 month, 3 weeksago

    Hey Cali buyers! Get your last manual GT3 that can still be registered in CA before they all go up another 50K.... ?

  • momotime (seller) 1 month, 3 weeksago

    @sterno if you go back to my comment clearly stating that there is no original window sticker u will know why it’s not posted. Therefore I pulled the actual build sheet from Porsche.

  • sterno 1 month, 3 weeksago

    Why won't the seller show the original Monroney sticker? I have seen many comments regarding this so why not??I am also an owner of a 991.2 GT3 Touring and you know exactly what Porsche is charging for CXX options .For example when I was ordering my car I was wanted the carbon floor mats and when I ticked the box it eliminated the factory standard mats so I purchased a set of OEM Porsche Carbon mats from Sun Coast and also have the original ones so I have both . Also the hassle getting the car spec with a 911R shifter which I wanted was beyond crazy so I also purchased one at Sun Coast ,a OEM 911 R shifter so again I have both along with a few other items like the Carbon triangles .Porsche did not offer ones with the wind deflector so I purchased from DB Carbon in Germany . I have the original ones so its easy to take the car back to how it was optioned at the factory. Not sure why the owner wont post the MSRP window sticker and when looking at the photos one thing that stood out where the floor mats which do look after market. That said beautiful car but the seller should disclose the Monroney.

  • momotime (seller) 1 month, 3 weeksago

    @Brian4lev Thanks for your comment. It is even more beautiful in person!!

  • Dylan (registered bidder) 1 month, 3 weeksago

    Additional photos have been added to the listing gallery.

  • Brian4lev (registered bidder) 1 month, 3 weeksago

    @momotime -gorgeous spec. good luck ! great car

  • momotime (seller) 1 month, 3 weeksago

    I am currently at E-Motion Engineering in Cista Mesa having his service tech do a over rev report. It reads ZERO over revs and will ask PCAMarket to post on this site when back in my office. .

  • JAM2 (registered bidder) 1 month, 3 weeksago

    @momotime Porsche Exclusive will have a spreadsheet that breaks down the CXX options. Original selling dealer will also gave this information.

  • airkuhl993 1 month, 3 weeksago

    @momotime First, not trying to discount the car, it is beautiful. I own a PTS GT3T with multiple CXX options and can tell you definitively that there is a list with prices for all options that you receive from PCNA in regards to CXX. The Manroney will of course give you the MSRP inclusive of these options broken down so at least we can see what was specced originally and then work backwards to see what was original and what was not. I assume you will agree that the documents you provided do not jive with the spec presented in multiple instances. I am not trying to play “gotcha” I just think if anyone is interested in spending close to 300k they should know “exactly” what they are paying for. Again, good luck with sale! It’s one of about 155 PTS Tourings in NA!

  • momotime (seller) 1 month, 3 weeksago

    @airkuhl993 "someone who would want all original I would keep digging". Firstly I bought this car from Newport Porsche in Newport Beach Ca. and there was no Window Sticker so therefore my request for the actual Porsche Build Sheet. This document, to me, is much more informative and description than any "Monroney" Window Sticker so I apologize that this document is not sufficient for you. And, as I am sure you know, Porsche (just like Ferrari) does not provide a detailed description and break down of all options when the car is so specially built such as my car.
    This is why they only state "Custom Tailoring Option (Special Wish) on the Retail Build Sheet just as they would on the Window Sticker if there was one available. And, needless to say, to try and describe $52,200.00 in Custom Tailoring on a Window Sticker or on a Build Sheet would take many many pages!! I have reached out to the second owner to also ask if he has any additional documentation but I have not heard back from him. Of course, if I do and there is anything else to share with Pcarmarket, I will do so. I do know that this car is a ONE OF ONE built Touring car in a Paint To Sample beautiful color and this should satisfy anyone looking for a special and bespoke built car. It's an amazing car with an exceptional and highly special build. Thanks for your comments and hopefully this will be helpful.

  • airkuhl993 1 month, 3 weeksago

    Providing the original Monroney would go a long way in clearing up any doubts. Thanks and good luck with sale!

  • airkuhl993 1 month, 3 weeksago

    A very nice example. However, there seems to be a few discrepancies between the option list and what is presented. First, the car is specced with the carbon fiber interior trim, but in photos this appears to be the standard black aluminium trim. Second, the leather edged floor mats are certainly aftermarket as originally specced in black leather trim with silver stitching. Having gone through this process with my own GT3T there would have been a list of all the CXX options produced and their prices. I would be concerned much of what has been done is aftermarket, including the steering wheel, painting of the wheels, Alcantara seat centers, door panels etc. I could also totally be wrong, but nothing produced so far would confirm those items as being done at the factory. Not trying to diminish the car but for someone who would want all original I would keep digging.

  • nycpassat (registered bidder) 1 month, 3 weeksago

    Oh my. This is my dream spec.

  • Takky (registered bidder) 1 month, 3 weeksago

    With two Porsche resellers bidding on this beauty, we're likely to see parity with 2019 Speedster prices when the dust settles.

  • allthingsporsches 1 month, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $260,000

  • momotime (seller) 1 month, 3 weeksago

    The build sheet posted will provide the majority of all the special/bespoke options on this car. Unfortunately the list does not present every item that is special on the car. The clear bra has been tastefully, professionally and beautifully applied to protect the perfect original PTS Maritime Blue paint. For those who don’t like this protective film it’s easy to remove and you will have 100 % original and unblemished paint. Everyone is different therefore I left it on. Plus it’s extremely expensive to get this done and it is most definitely a excellent way to keep any rock chips when driving.

  • gpmotors 1 month, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $255,000

  • atlrvr (registered bidder) 1 month, 3 weeksago

    In addition to the antenna, the lower side view mirror and headlight wagers are both painted to match exterior, which were CXX. I'm still unsure if the antenna is, because it was rejected on early production builds (though I do believe it eventually was approved)

  • Frosty911 1 month, 3 weeksago

    @doobooloo ahh good catch!

  • doobooloo (registered bidder) 1 month, 3 weeksago

    @Bluehorseshoe @Frosty911 From the listing:

    “The lower front spoiler and rear valence have also been professionally covered in removable carbon fiber vinyl wrap”

    Not a fan of wraps, but in this case probably for the better that the original parts are all underneath, as opposed to them being aftermarket replacement parts. Next owner needs to peel these off immediately upon delivery. :)

  • BruceM911 1 month, 3 weeksago

    Center caps on wheels are not standard either.

  • Bluehorseshoe (registered bidder) 1 month, 3 weeksago

    @Frosty911 Likely aftermarket.

  • Frosty911 1 month, 3 weeksago

    Wow, I didn’t even know there was an option to have the front/rear splitter in Carbon Fiber. Never seen that before!

  • atlrvr (registered bidder) 1 month, 3 weeksago

    SIRIUSXM nubbin is exterior. Wonder if that was CXX or aftermarket.

  • BruceM911 1 month, 3 weeksago

    @Bluehorseshoe not on lower dash my mistake

  • BruceM911 1 month, 3 weeksago

    @Bluehorseshoe Also Alcantara on seats ,lower dash and doors must be included.

  • dennisconnie2 1 month, 3 weeksago

    Please take some outside pics

  • Bluehorseshoe (registered bidder) 1 month, 3 weeksago

    @Bluehorseshoe Looks like frunk, steering wheel, gloss black wheels, rear stitching around birdbath (lol) and floor mats. Anything else?

  • Bluehorseshoe (registered bidder) 1 month, 3 weeksago

    Hello, can you please provide a breakdown of how the $50k CXX was allocated. Thanks and GLWS.

  • allthingsporsches 1 month, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $250,000

  • BostonMotorsports1 (registered bidder) 1 month, 3 weeksago

    Oh wow

  • gpmotors 1 month, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $240,000

  • momotime (seller) 1 month, 3 weeksago

    hello and welcome.. If you have any questions whatsoever re. my car feel free to"contact seller. The car and I are located in beautiful Newport Beach Ca if anyone would like to view prior to bidding and would happy to assist. The car is mint perfect and, needless to say, extremely rare and beautiful with its PTS Maritime Blue paintwork and, of course, the numerous bespoke options. There are no disappointments with this car!! Happy Bidding and have a great weekend. Momotime.

  • DrivenTexas 1 month, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $200,000

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2k-Mile 2018 Porsche 991.2 GT3 Touring w/ Custom Tailoring
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