Porsche 911 ‘997.2’ GT3 RS
First came the hardcore GT3, next was the RS variant. Later, Porsche responded to feedback from its customers that there wasn’t enough differentiation between the two. So here came the 997.2 GT3 RS, the 2nd variation of the 997 generation 911. Up from the original 997 RS’s 3.6 litre flat six, the 997.2 RS boasted a 3.8 litre unit, producing 444bhp at 7900rpm.
With contrast to 911s of late, the 997.2 GT3 RS was only available with a six-speed manual, derived from motorsport making this a proper driver’s car. It is clear to see where the car is best suited to – with its flared front wheel arches, a wider front track and a large carbon wing on the back – the race track. Incredible feedback from the steering, carbon ceramic brakes and large amounts of grip from its Cup tyres equal a supreme track machine.
The example you see here he has only driven under 6400 miles. It is finished in a striking white and red colour combination, with the brightly coloured wheels that have become a defining feature to the GT3 RS. Black interior with alcantara features and more red details, including race harness. Stated 2 number of former keepers on V5, stamped service books, history and 2 sets of keys/trackers.