Cats Exotics is open to trades of all makes and models! We also offer a wide variety of lease and purchase options. Please call us at 425-787-6200 or e-mail Sales@CatsExotics.com with any questions. 2011 Porsche 911 GT2 RS # 327/500 finished in Carrara White over Black leather interior. Coming to us with 7,727 miles currently on the odometer. Certified by Porsche with Certificate of Authenticity. Powered by the twin-turbocharged 3.8L 6 cylinder engine. Shifted via the 6-speed manual transmission, rear wheel drive. Adaptive carbon fiber sport seats. Additional interior carbon package. Sport Chrono Package Plus. Sound Package Plus. Carbon Ceramic Brakes. Carbon front fenders. Porsche crest in headrests. Center console in carbon. Schroth Racing belts. Global Motorsports Group roll cage. 19 GT3 center lock wheels. Michelin Pilot Sport Cup tires. Auto dimming mirrors. Clear tail lights. Footrest in sports look. PCM/Navigation. Fire Extinguisher. Bluetooth. Cupholders. Lightweight lithium-ion battery. Three spoke red accented alcantara steering wheel (OEM leather included). Red accented shifter (OEM included). Owner's manual included. Please reach out to us if you would like more information on this vehicle or have any questions. Feel free to call us at 425-787-6200 or e-mail Sales@CatsExotics.com .
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