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2001 RUF RGT For Sale in Texas

According to the listing on eBay from Ruf Auto Centre, this is a real RGT with matching VIN code. A rare sight indeed and especially with only 2400 miles! Check out this :

quote from the listing:

The RGT is equipped with a RUF 3.6 Liter flat six producing 385HP. This dry sump engine was derived from the European version of the GT3 and was not available in the US until 2004. The RUF version of this engine has ported heads, larger valves, RUF catalytic converters, RUF mufflers and a RUF tuned ECU.

Some of the highlights on the car include:

* RUF Coil Over Suspension
* RUF Big Brake Setup
* RUF Integrated Roll Cage
* Sunroof Delete
* Rear Seat Delete
* Full Leather Interior
* GT3 Sport Seats ( OEM RUF Seats are available )
* Custom Estoril Blue Paint

Covering only 2400 miles since new, this car has been extremely well cared for by it’s previous owner.

This car has some very impressive engineering and figures to back it up. Not to mention it makes this noise:



  1. Evan
    Evan October 7, 2009

    There are only 3 RUF VINed RGTs in the U.S. Not only that, but the color and options make this particular specimen a one of a kind. A truly special car and not a bad price at all when you consider the amount of work that went into this vehicle when new, not to mention the original price. As judged by the miles, the car has seen very limited use. One would hope that a car of this pedigree got to stretch its legs and as such it has seen 1 or 2 Porsche Club track days. With a car like this though that’s like saying you took your thoroughbred out for a quick run around the pasture, it doesn’t mean a thing. Brakes are still 90+%. DC didn’t realize this when he posted, but full disclosure, the original/previous owner is a family member of mine who was kind enough to let me go with him to the RUF factory in Pfaffenhausen Germany.
    When it comes to normally aspirated streetable Porsche racers it doesn’t get much better than this.

  2. Evan
    Evan October 16, 2009

    Auction ended with no bids.

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