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2010 Porsche 911 GT3

For 911 buyers who want extra power, but without going the route of forced induction, the 911 GT3 (and its sibling the GT3 RS) makes for a fantastic alternative. Always considered more track-focused than the 911 Turbo, the GT3, through a combination of added lightness and added power, attempts to extract every ounce of ability from the 911’s already excellent chassis without going for a full track-focused setup. Performance with civility. While the GT3 only first debuted in 1999 as part of the 996 lineup, Porsche has long offered variants of this sort and they are consistently excellent and as equally revered. The car we have featured here is a Guards Red 2010 Porsche 911 GT3 located in San Francisco, which delivers its 435 hp to the rear wheels via a 6-speed manual transmission.

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Year: 2010
Model: 911 GT3
Engine: 3.8 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 11,700 mi
Price: Buy It Now $110,000

2010 Porsche 911 GT3 Guards Red, Black Interior, PCCB, CPO, super clean, completely stock, 11,700 Miles, freshly serviced.
CPO ends 12/2/15, 100K miles. Protective film front, half of hood, and rear fender flares. Options:
CUC Painted Model Desig Rear Lid
140 Dynamic Engine Mounts
XME Rear Ctr Cons Painted Extr Clr
810 Floor Mats in Interior Color
XMP Lthr Sun Visors Lighted Mirror
450 Ceramic Composite Brakes PCCB
870 Universal Audio Interface
EZA Interior Package Carbon

Slight curb rash on LR Tire, Front windshield replaced with factory glass by Porsche dealer. Cup Holder Door replaced under warranty. Wearing Michelin Pilot Super Sports with plenty of life left. Always garaged, car from PNW, currently in Norcal, I am the 3rd owner. All factory recalls including new CL hubs performed.


While Guards Red was a popular color for a classic 911 we see the color far less frequently on the modern models and while the GT3 RS is known for its wild color schemes, the GT3 tends to be more subdued. Not the case here! This car looks really good and makes me wish more 911 buyers opted for the color, especially for the GT3. I know every buyer isn’t necessarily interested in taking these to the track, but if you do, it never hurts to stand out.


One Comment

  1. MDriver
    MDriver March 12, 2014

    car changed hands 3 times and still under 12k on the odo???!!
    don’t people drive these cars??? WTF?
    had the pleasure of driving a 996 GT3 at Limerock once….smiled for a week!
    THEN same owner got a GT3-RS in the requisite Orange & Black…..I thought how much better could this be??? and for all that xtra $$$$…..well out we go to Limerock….and yeah it is that much better at the track…on the street…in the driveway!…
    same fellow now has a 4.0…..
    two words for ya Hedge-Fund

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