Categories: Water-Cooled
Auction type: Deal Tank

Vehicle Details

  • Year: 2002
  • Make: Porsche
  • Model: 911 GT2
  • VIN: WP0ZZZ99Z2S695506
  • Mileage: 47,365km
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Title Status: Clean
  • Color: Guards Red
  • Seller Type: Dealer (Consignment)
  • Location: Ponzano Romano, Italy 0060
  • Dealer Fees: None
  • Lot #: V-0040093-DT

Based on the 911 Turbo, the 996 GT2 was introduced as the most powerful high-performance 911 yet featuring a twin-turbocharged Mezger flat-six engine sending power to the rear wheels. It came equipped with unique aerodynamic bodywork, lightweight carbon ceramic brakes, and a 6-speed manual transmission as standard. This German-market 2002 example is finished in Guards Red over a Black interior and is reportedly one of only 72 cars factory-equipped with the optional Clubsport Package which adds track-focused accessories including a roll cage, cloth bucket seats, racing harnesses, fire extinguisher, and a battery cutoff switch. It is said to have been cared for by two prior owners in Germany before being imported to Italy by a collector in 2022. Recently certified by Porsche Classic Italia, this rare Guards Red GT2 Clubsport is now being offered for auction with approximately 47k kilometers (29k miles) showing on the odometer.

Adapted from the contemporary 911 Turbo, the 996 GT2’s bodywork features a modified nose section with reshaped air intakes, a larger lip spoiler, and additional vent slits to extract air from the radiators. At the rear, a large manually adjustable spoiler is fixed into position on the engine lid. This example is finished in Guards Red with yellow brake calipers mounted behind factory 18” Turbo monobloc wheels in silver. The tires show production date codes from 2022 and reportedly have about 90% tread remaining. The seller notes one door was previously refinished and a layer of spray-on paint protection film was applied in 2023. Some imperfections are noted on the plastic lower front spoiler and radiators. Detailed images are provided in the gallery along with paint meter readings.


Inside, this GT2 features a pair of black cloth Recaro bucket seats included with the Clubsport Package along with Schroth racing harnesses, a fire extinguisher, a battery cutoff switch, and a full roll cage. Other equipment includes a leather-wrapped three-spoke steering wheel, power windows and mirrors, a central locking system, automatic climate control, and a Porsche CDR-22 stereo. The seller notes some swelling on the leather covering the driver's side airbag. All accessories and electronics are said to be fully functional.


Derived from the 911 Turbo, the 996 GT2’s 3.6-liter Mezger flat-six engine received larger turbochargers and intercoolers along with a revised air intake, exhaust system, and reprogrammed software for a 10% increase in power. Up to 456 HP and 457 lb.-ft of torque are sent to the rear wheels through a 6-speed manual gearbox and a limited-slip differential. Stopping power is derived from a Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake (PCCB) system including fixed monobloc calipers with 6 pistons up front, 4 pistons in the rear, and 350mm cross-drilled discs at each corner. The suspension is lowered by 20mm compared to the 911 Turbo and fitted with adjustable components as well as stiffer springs and dampers. The seller notes that the clutch and pressure plate were recently replaced, and the car was certified for condition and originality by Porsche Classic Italia.

This sale will include owner’s manuals, a service booklet, a Porsche Classic certificate, and a clean title.


The seller would like you to know: “It is one of only 72 996 GT2 Mk1s produced in Clubsport version. There is no official data on red cars produced but we think there are less than 5 in the world. The condition was verified by Porsche Italia which issued a document certifying total originality, absence of accidents, unchanged mileage, and excellent condition.”

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  • ArtVandelay (registered bidder) 1 week, 2 daysago

    Only $50k short!!! And with all the duties, transport, and changes required to get importation approval, this would now be a $275k-$300k investment.

  • MadsT 1 week, 2 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $175,000

  • flatsixrs 1 week, 2 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $160,000

  • MadsT 1 week, 2 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $150,000

  • flatsixrs 1 week, 2 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $135,000

  • Youngtimer_cars (seller) 1 week, 2 daysago

    I think it is more important that it is certified by an official body. In any case, the owner can absolutely guarantee that he has never suffered an accident since he has owned it and that he is not aware of any previous accidents.

  • MadsT 1 week, 2 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $125,000

  • flatsixrs 1 week, 2 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $120,000

  • robertl16 (registered bidder) 1 week, 2 daysago

    Beautiful car! Is the VAT refundable for a sale in Europe? GLWTS

  • MadsT 1 week, 2 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $100,000

  • flatsixrs (registered bidder) 1 week, 2 daysago

    Unlike the 997, the DME in the 996 is very archaic. Not a great gauge to decipher use and abuse given the limited info it provides. It is also fairly easy system to tamper and reset to 0 over revs. With that being said, it provides a false sense of security. A detailed PPI by a reputable shop is the only way. The Mezger is so stout, a DME is the last thing I look when considering these cars.

  • flatsixrs 1 week, 2 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $78,000

  • shapeskis (registered bidder) 1 week, 2 daysago

    Can the seller and owner ,not Porsche Italia , guarantee the car is an original accident free car ?

  • shapeskis (registered bidder) 1 week, 2 daysago

    Sorry. I see the vin

  • shapeskis (registered bidder) 1 week, 2 daysago

    What is the cars vin number?

  • shapeskis (registered bidder) 1 week, 2 daysago

    Was this car ever involved in an accident? Does it have a clean car fax ?

  • planetaporsche (registered bidder) 1 week, 2 daysago

    @EnzosDad I wouldn't necessarily agree with that. No engine is safe from someone inadvertently selecting 2nd gear when downshifting from 6th at 130mph, for example. And a DME report would show this. An over-rev limiter is not going to help in this instance. Due to the nature of these cars, they are often tracked by novices. Only recently I walked away from a 996.1 GT3 sale because of what the DME report showed. What is important is not necessarily the amount of over-revs, but when they occurred. Independent dealers are generally happy to disregard any over-revs that happened more than 50 hours ago. Anything more recent really should be investigated further (oil and timing chain inspection, leak-down test etc.)

  • MadsT (registered bidder) 1 week, 2 daysago

    @EnzosDad DME report will give you an idea of how the car was driven and it will affect the price., I totally agree that it is not a big problem. For me as a buyer I use it as a tool to see the history of the car.

  • drbruno (registered bidder) 1 week, 3 daysago

    Was this car previously for sale on Elferspot? Dealership in Germany?

  • planetaporsche (registered bidder) 1 week, 3 daysago

    @PowerM99 Yes. Because it is less than 30 years old, you'll have to pay HRMC import duty and VAT. Import Duty will be about 3.8%. You'll then need to pay VAT at 20% of the SELL PRICE + DUTY i.e. If the sell price is $100,000, import duty would be $3,800 and VAT would be $20,760.

  • EnzosDad (registered bidder) 1 week, 3 daysago

    Oh yes, it will cost you about $10-15K to import it and register in Florida, or better yet, Montana. Pennies when you're looking at the historical value of this work of art.

    My $0.02

  • EnzosDad (registered bidder) 1 week, 3 daysago

    BEAUTIFUL machine.

    Anyone saying he/she would be a buyer based on a DME report is lying to him/herself because these are built to run and deal with over revs without breaking a sweat. Plus where is he/she going to find another one? AutoTrader?? Peeelease.

  • Youngtimer_cars (seller) 1 week, 3 daysago

    @skankwerks In reality the owner chose this treatment because it is much safer for the paint when removed.

    Regarding the repainting we have no certain data, the first owner had spoken of a small scratch. The Porsche Classic Certificate indicates that the car has not been involved in an accident

  • skankwerks (registered bidder) 1 week, 4 daysago

    Thank you.

    Clear spray PPF would be a little tricky to remove (per your video) considering it’s clear but likely doable although there’s always a concern when removing film from repainted portions of the car.

    Speaking of which, why was the door repainted? Scratches, dents, etc? Any documentation on who did the paint work? And how long ago was the paint work done?

  • Youngtimer_cars (seller) 1 week, 4 daysago

    @skankwerks online I found this official website

    I think is possible but it's better if you call them

  • Youngtimer_cars (seller) 1 week, 4 daysago

    @skankwerks we have just uploaded the brochure of the product that has been installed. As you can read, it has a thickness of 250 microns so you can subtract this value from what you see in the photo and you will have confirmation of the thickness of the original paint.
    At the following link you will find a video of the elimination of the product.

    This product is much superior to classic PPF film and costs much more

  • Youngtimer_cars (seller) 1 week, 4 daysago

    Additional content has been added to the gallery for this listing.

  • skankwerks (registered bidder) 1 week, 4 daysago

    Please share some info on the “spray-on PPF”. Is this peelable/removable? Who makes this product and who did the spraying? Does it come off as simple as PPF film? Any risks regarding the clear coat or the overspray around mouldings?

  • PowerM99 (registered bidder) 1 week, 5 daysago

    Does anyone know if the car can be imported to the UK as-is?

  • ArtVandelay (registered bidder) 1 week, 5 daysago

    @youngtimer_cars: Thank you for the importation information.

    ALL POTENTIAL BIDDERS: I talked to my Importer: AZ Euros ( who is 1 of 5 RI's that are qualified and authorized to import one of these. In fact, they did a 996 GT@ clubsport at the end of 2023.
    They confirmed all the requirements and costs below are correct and the car can legally be imported to be road legal in the U.S., BUT... it will also require modification to seats, bumper, dash, roll cage, etc. that will cost approx. $35-$40k. Feel free to look them up and confirm if you don't believe me.

  • MadsT (registered bidder) 1 week, 5 daysago

    @Youngtimer_cars Thank you I appreciate it.

  • Blackburn (registered bidder) 1 week, 5 daysago

    Interested but endless fees kill it for me. But thanks for the insight. Why not... Bring it back to the states and then offer it for sale. No mysteries to struggle with.

  • Youngtimer_cars (seller) 1 week, 5 daysago

    IMPORTANT: If someone wants to wait until the car is 25 years old before importing it, we can contact some garages for a quote to store the car until 2027

  • Youngtimer_cars (seller) 1 week, 5 daysago

    @Blackburn This is a quotation just received from CFR Classic LCC from here to NYC:
    Payable to CFR Classic in the United States:
    • $2,585.00 - Trucking to terminal Antwerp
    • $2,185.00 - Ocean Freight: from terminal Antwerp, Belgium up to port New York via RO-RO service
    • $345.00 - Discharge Terminal Handling Charge
    • $375.00 - Customs Entry Filing Fee
    • $85.00 - Importer Security Filing (ISF) Fee
    • $55.00 - EPA Declaration per vehicle
    • $55.00 - DOT Declaration per vehicle
    • $85.00 - ISF Bond
    • $195.00 - Agency fee
    Excluded from the above charges:
    • US – Duty Fees
    None (if returning US Vehicle/ US military of civilian employees / Temporary Import)
    2.5% of the vehicle value for Autos, and SUV
    2.4% of the vehicle value for motorcycles
    25% of the vehicle value for truck
    • Entry bonds
    $147.50 -Single Entry Bond for vehicles with a combined of $10,000 or less
    $250.00 - Single Entry Bond for vehicles with a combined of $20,000 or less
    $400.00 - Single Entry Bond for vehicles with a combined value of $20,000 to $30,000
    $600.00 - Continuous Bond for vehicles with a combined value over $30,000
    • Extra fees for single entry bond, harbor maintenance fee, and merchandise processing if it is required by U.S. Customs
    • Origin Customs exam fees
    • US Customs exam fees
    • Storage charges, should any apply
    • All risk insurance at 2% the replacement value of the vehicle with a $500 deductible. Please note that once the policy is issued, you have 10 days to cancel. If not canceled within 10 days, the premium is nonrefundable. Insured must insure the vehicle for the accurate replacement cost at destination. If a vehicle is under insured the insurance company will take this into consideration and any payout would include an adjustment for the underinsured percentage. Please consult with your rep if you are having trouble determining replacement value.

    Maybe it's better if you contact them for additional informations because you know better info you needs

  • Blackburn (registered bidder) 1 week, 5 daysago

    Can you quote or estimate the costs related to shipping the car out of Italy to USA west coast? Duty fees or other?

  • Youngtimer_cars (seller) 1 week, 5 daysago

    Good evening,
    I apologize because I was sure that the photos were already attached. I have inserted photos of the paint inspector again but unfortunately they do not have much value because, as specified in the text, the car was totally protected with PPF spray which greatly increases the value of the paint.
    I also attach a screenshot of the overspeeds which were also verified by the Porsche Classic Center

  • Youngtimer_cars (seller) 1 week, 5 daysago

    Additional content has been added to the gallery for this listing.

  • MadsT (registered bidder) 1 week, 5 daysago

    It is, of course, up to you if you want to provide the paint readings and overrep report and no one is trying to discourage anyone one to bid on it. It is just a tool for us bidders to determine the value of the car and any serious Porsche collectors will assume the worst when we don’t see them. And I will reflect the price people are willing to pay.

  • MadsT (registered bidder) 1 week, 5 daysago

    @1-7-5-11-3 I was going to ask the same thing.

  • MadsT 1 week, 5 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $75,000

  • Jarod964 1 week, 6 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $50,000

  • 1-7-5-11-3 (registered bidder) 1 week, 6 daysago

    Apologies if that’s how my comment was perceived. It was not the objective.
    I personally don’t mind a GT going on track, if the paint is original and it has no overrevs.

    I don’t see any paint readings in the gallery, nor a copy of the overrev report. Would you consider uploading those ?

    Thanks in advance !

  • Youngtimer_cars (seller) 1 week, 6 daysago

    @ArtVandelay We are looking for official information but unfortunately it is not easy to contact a foreign institution from Italy. We have asked some US colleagues for their courtesy but we are awaiting a response

  • Youngtimer_cars (seller) 1 week, 6 daysago

    @1-7-5-11-3 I'm not defensive, it just seems clear to me that you are interested but want to "discourage" other interested.
    regarding the thickness of the paint you can find the details in the text, for the overspeeds they are only present in range 1

  • ArtVandelay (registered bidder) 1 week, 6 daysago

    I also am interested in details and cost to import. I have owned a 25+ year old car which imported in only with shipping and 2.5% duties, and I have owned a newer than 25 year old car that was on the Federal Show & Display list. I did not think you can import in a car newer than 25 years old that is not on the current Show & Display list.

  • 1-7-5-11-3 (registered bidder) 2 weeksago

    Don’t be defensive my friend. I have interest in this car.

    No one buys a GT without paint readings and overrevs…


  • Youngtimer_cars (seller) 2 weeksago

    @1-7-5-11-3 good morning, it seems to me that your comment has the sole purpose of scaring those interested. It is normal for the clutch to be changed after 21 years, it is just an indication of how well it has been treated. Overspeeds will be provided shortly

  • Youngtimer_cars (seller) 2 weeksago

    We are looking for find an official process to share with you

  • Stachmiso (registered bidder) 2 weeksago

    Interested as well, but would love to see what it takes to be federalized ??

  • skankwerks (registered bidder) 2 weeksago

    Do you have the range 1 and 2 readings?

  • JR_VA1955 (registered bidder) 2 weeks, 1 dayago

    Please outline the process and cost of importing this "bella macchina". I'm especially interested in the cost of federalization to DOT standards..Grazie mille!!

  • Youngtimer_cars (seller) 2 weeks, 1 dayago

    We ask to expert of Pcarmarket and he said: “ It can be imported. It would just need to go through a federalization process to make it up to the DOT safety code here in the states”

  • wmillertn (registered bidder) 2 weeks, 1 dayago

    Bellissimo! What an amazing car. Interested if you’ve looked into import information to the US as well.

  • benchmark_collector 2 weeks, 2 daysago

    Are these legal to import to the US? They are not on the show and display list.

  • MadsT 2 weeks, 2 daysago

    Bid in the amount of $25,000

DT: 29k-Mile 2002 Porsche 996 GT2 Clubsport
Buy Now: $225,000 Final Bid: $175,000
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