Extremely well maintained, Original paint, New clutch, Nice options, Full Modesta ceramic coating, Ready to be driven & enjoyed.
THE VEHICLE OFFERED
Collectors have been flocking to the Porsche brand causing skyrocketing values on limited edition, Rennsport 911s. Unfortunately, the peoples enthusiasts car, is out of reach for those who actually want to spend time behind the wheel of theses tour de forces. And a tour de force this truly epic 2011 Porsche 911 GT2 RS is. With 620 horsepower to the rear wheels this is the most powerful production Porsche every created with a 6 speed manual. Unlike many of the 500 produced this example has seen some road time with 18 thousand miles. That being said the most discerning porschefile would struggle to find any evidence. Thanks to a full paint protection film since day one there are no rock chips or imperfections in the paint. Recently the original film was removed and reinstalled with a new film. Then the highest quality Modesta ceramic coating was professionally applied. This ensures that the car will stay in excellent condition should you choose to drive it. And thats whats great about this car, number 168 of 500. With relatively higher miles this car is off of the collectors radar and in the hands of the driver. Drive it as you should thanks to a new clutch and APR exhaust. You will quickly realize that Porsche went a little overboard with their power. And we love it. Priced to sell quickly this Porsche is in full retail condition and is ready for a new driver to stretch its legs. This vehicle is stored off site in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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