Finished in White over a Black and Lizard Green leather/Alcantara interior, this 2019 Porsche 991.2 GT3 RS was purchased at an original cost of over $221k with optional extended leather trim, exclusive black accents, the Weissach Package, and much more. Under the care of its original owner, this GT3 RS has received a custom vinyl livery, full paint protection film, dealer-installed Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes (PCCB), and a custom painted GMG roll bar. It is now being offered for auction out of New York with under 5k miles showing on the odometer.
The car came factory finished in White and has since received a custom removable vinyl livery with green, silver, and matte black graphics. Exclusive factory options include door handles in high-gloss black, LED headlights in Black, and Satin Black painted wheel with outer lips in Lizard Green. The optional Weissach Package adds an exposed carbon-fiber hood, roof, and rear wing with “PORSCHE” lettering on top. The factory 20”/21” center-lock wheels come dressed in Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires and sit ahead of custom green-painted Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake (PCCB) calipers. Aftermarket Dundon carbon fiber canards and rear gurney flap have been installed and the full exterior remains preserved under Xpel clear paint protection film, additional images are provided in the gallery along with a clean CARFAX report.
The cockpit is trimmed in Black leather and Alcantara with deviated Lizard Green stitching, seatbelts, and seat centers. Factory optional details include the Dashboard Trim Package and steering column casing in leather, pedals and footrest in aluminum, a crested storage compartment lid in Alcantara, instrument dials in White, a steering wheel top-center marker in Lizard Green, and personalized illuminated door sill guards in carbon fiber. A Lizard Green painted GMG roll bar has been fitted behind the seats while the safety harness pass-throughs of the seats have been custom painted to match as well. A complete list of factory options can be found below:
Producing up to 520 HP while revving up to 9k-RPM, the naturally aspirated 4.0L flat-six engine drives the rear wheels through a 7-speed dual-clutch PDK transmission and allows acceleration from 0-60 MPH in as little as 3 seconds. Standard performance features include rear-wheel steering, Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus (PTV Plus), PASM suspension, and a lightweight titanium exhaust system. The Weissach Package adds carbon fiber sway bars, coupling rods, and body components which provide considerable weight savings. A set of OEM Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes (PCCB) were installed at the dealer post-purchase at a cost of approximately $15k. The CARFAX report shows a history of maintenance carried out by authorized Porsche dealers.
This sale will include a clean title (lien).
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@Sundevil4life As mentioned before this car has never seen tracked. As I’m sure you know you can tell a car has been to the track even after one session. The wear marks are hard to hide or deny. As you can see in the pictures this car is 100% flawless.
@Porsche415 Thank you
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Over Under vs the BAT final price?
I'm definitely taking the under....
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How many track hours?
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Just seeing you drive after the 4 min mark put a smile on face from ear to ear.
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@Jaltman01 The car is equipped with AL laser jammer with 4 sensors, 2 in the front 2 in the back and a radar detector. Yes all of that is staying with the car. I’m not taking out.
@gt3jockey Thanks for the reply! Also noticed the AL “parking system” controls in the footwell. I’ve had this system before and love it. Will that be staying with the car? How many sensors?
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@Jaltman01 I didn’t order the FAL because it adds about 30lbs. My last car had it and I would sometimes forget to hit the bottom and still scrape the front spoiler. Also the front spoiler is only 280 dollars you can just replace it if you don’t like it scratched. As you can see the front spoiler on this car is in perfect shape.
Absolutely stunning car. Does it have the front axle lift system, I did not see it loaded in the options. I saw you built the car for the track so imagine you may have skipped this.
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@Nonissan when I ordered the car it was supposed to replace my 991 modified GT3 for track duty. That’s why I ordered it with steel brakes. PCCBs are very expensive consumable for the track. By the time the car arrived I had bought a factory built fully caged race car for track so this was only going to be driven on the street. That’s when I replaced the steel brakes with PCCB. For the street they’re perfect. There’s no brake dust and they last forever. I gave the steel brakes to a friend of mine that tracks his car. The calipers were painted by Detailing Dynamics.
Ps Cute bid ?
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Such a well-spec'd car. Why didn't you order it with PCCBs originally? Do the old brakes come with it? Were the PCCBs painted Lizard by Porsche or?
@gt3jockey thanks for the quick response. Agree. Car looks pristine.
@Msweed After having the BAT experience I felt like I needed to cover all bases. The car is pristine. Please feel free to reach out with any questions. I’m available to provide in person PPI or offer additional photos and or video. This is a no story car. The only reason I’m selling is I’m not really using it. I’m very busy at work and when I get a chance to go to the track I have a whole different setup. Bid with confidence.
Interested in this car. This time you have a reserve, last time you did not. Just curious why?
@Ssort Thank you ?
@gt3jockey thanks. As i suspected. Lots of fun with this car, you will find the right buyer here!
@Ssort yes I was assured that they have a different class of clientele. When it comes
to selling these cars it’s not how many eyes get to see it but if it gets in front of the “right” eyes.
Can i ask why you chose not to re-list on BAT? This site is good but can’t have a fraction of the audience that BAT does. But the PCMKT audience is far more serious, and that might be why?
Ouch, sorry to hear that. What a pain for you to start all over again.
@Ssort The sale on BAT was not completed. The buyer couldn’t secure financing.
Was this car not just on BAT? Can’t be 2 of these……………
@fijibubba what 'funny business'?
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I’m pleased to offer this immaculate 991.2 GT3RS with Weissach package for sale. I am the original owner of this car. This car was driven only on public streets never on a track as I have a dedicated purpose built track car. It was basically used for Sunday drives and going to cars and coffee. After taking delivery of the car at Paul Miller Porsche the car was transported in an enclosed trailer to Detailing Dynamics in NY where the 911 GT3 R race car inspired vinyl wrap was applied to the car. The entire car was then covered with Xpel PPF and ceramic coating. I understand that the wrap is a matter of taste and might not be everyone’s cup of tea. Therefore I am offering to cover the cost of its removal to the winning bidder should they require it. Underneath the PPF and the wrap you have a showroom condition paint that’s never been exposed to the elements. If there’s anyone local in the area that would like to inspect the car personally or have a PPI I’ll be happy to arrange it. I’m also available for any questions, additional pictures and or video conference. Please feel free to reach out and bid with confidence.