In terms of the “windowmaker” Porsches, the 996 GT2 certainly seems worthy of that title. Hard to believe that a 996 can be deemed scary, but that is exactly the kind of false confidence that gets you in trouble with these. Having a twin-turbocharged car that will get you to 60 mph in under 4 seconds without the help of traction control or stability control is the perfect combination for the result of “I just lost it” after getting a little too confident. I think Porsche knew this, and as a result only 303 examples of these cars made it to the US from 2002 to 2005. To put that into perspective, that is half of how many Carrera GTs there are.
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 2004 Porsche 911 GT2 on eBay
Model: 911 GT2
Engine: 3.6 liter twin-turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed Manual
Mileage: 8,141 mi
Location: West Palm Beach, Florida
Price: $197,900 Buy It Now
2004 Porsche 911 GT2
Ultra-Rare One of Just 24 Examples Built in 2004, 1 of 4 in Speed Yellow
Very Low 8,141 Original Miles
Loaded with Options Including an Original MSRP of $198,840
Sport Seats With Paint Matched Backrest
Speed Yellow Center Console
Carbon Ceramic Brake System
Porsche Crest Head Rests
Marino Performance Motors proudly presents this incredibly rare 2004 Porsche 911 GT2 finished in the very uncommon Speed Yellow on the exterior and Black leather with complimentary Speed Yellow seat belts on the interior. This pristine example would make for an excellent addition to anyones collection being one of the lowest milage GT2s in existence. The 911 GT2 uses a twin turbocharged 3.6-liter 6 cylinder engine producing 462 horsepower equipped with a rare 6-Speed manual transmission that sprints to 60 mph in just 3.9 seconds. This GT2 is in excellent condition and has been thoroughly maintained from authorized dealers.
This example up for sale in Florida is just one of 24 cars built for the 2004 model year, and just one of four in Speed Yellow. They really went all-in with the yellow as the interior has a significant splash of color as well with painted trim and stitching, along with the seatbelts. I’m a little bummed it has the GT3 wheels as I prefer the classic Turbo Twists on the Turbo cars, but I guess I could live with it. Mileage? Just 8,100. You know what that means for price.
The asking price for this one is a whopping $198,000. That is about the highest asking price I’ve seen for a 996 GT2, but at the same time, who am I to argue it isn’t worth it? If you want a nearly perfect 996 GT2 in Speed Yellow with under 10,000 miles, good luck finding one. Last year a silver car with 4,000 miles sold for over $150,000, so maybe this one is in the ballpark. A thing to keep in mind is that you are in 997 GT2 territory with these prices, and I’ll argue that is a better car in every way.