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2010 Porsche 911 GT3

Porsche’s announcement that their most track-focused, but road-going, homologation vehicles, the GT3 and GT3RS, would no longer be available with a traditional manual transmission was met with a fair degree of consternation among Porsche enthusiasts. Porsche’s reasons were straightforward: around a track, the natural habitat of these cars, a PDK-equipped 911 is faster than a traditional manual. That is all well and good and not an insignificant point for as track-focused a machine as these cars aspire to be. But it still leaves us cold. Rowing your own gears is part and parcel of the driving experience from which so many of us derive our enjoyment. That makes the 997-derived GT3 and GT3RS the last of the breed. Or at least for now. Here we have a Black 2010 Porsche 911 GT3, located in Ohio, with just 4,525 miles on it. First released as a variant of the 996, the 997 GT3 began as a 3.6 liter flat-six sending 415 hp toward the rear wheels before receiving a small bump to 3.8 liters and 435 hp all transmitted via a 6-speed manual transmission. These remain some of the absolute best performance vehicles Porsche has produced and are sure to have a long and devoted following.

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Year: 2010
Model: 911 GT3
Engine: 3.8 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 4,525 mi
Price: Buy It Now $142,500

If you are looking at this car I don’t need to say much. 6 Speed manual, full leather, ceramic composite brakes, PCM 3.0 Extended navigation, sound plus, Bluetooth, heated seats X M radio, sport chrono package plus and most important front and rear radar detectors . It has zero over rev’s in every gear up or down. I just had 4 new Michelin Sport Cup tires put on. I’m going to miss this one.

Thanks for looking


While there is a way in which a car like this tends to sell itself we could still do with some additional description and some higher resolution photos. Though perhaps I’d just like to have better pictures of what is a fantastic car and one of the last of a particular breed of 911! In Black the GT3 is a stunningly sinister machine and even though this is not the full GT3RS it is still a blisteringly fast and capable performer that will delight most any driver. While its 6-speed manual gearbox may lose out slightly on the track, it will always provide that connection between car and driver that is lacking in even the best of the clutchless manuals.



  1. MDriver
    MDriver October 23, 2014

    @Rob…spot on! on all counts!….spring for the better photos and close ups for a car at 150k…
    and a GT3 is more car than most of the owners of these will ever need or use…a GT3RS is like giving a Glock 40 to a toddler…

  2. Ry
    Ry October 23, 2014

    Vanity license plate with car model in it 10″ below actual car model emblem = always a good laugh. Ha

    Also if I had a $150k car, wouldn’t I just trade it in on the next thing I wanted to lessen the taxes? He must be very confident in his ability to get top dollar for it.

    @Rob you’re on a hot streak with black and earth toned rear engined Porsche finds! I think all you’re missing in the earth tone hues is the elusive Porsche brown, IIRC?? Keep up the great finds! 😉

  3. Ben
    Ben October 23, 2014

    I love these cars. The GT3 and GT3RS are my favortite 911’s. However, I also don’t really understand them. If I had $150k I would buy a REAL race car for half and use the other half put towards my racing budget. But I suppose if you’re dropping this kind of coin you’re probably too busy to race or just like the looks of the car. Sda, since their engineered for the track.

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