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2010 Porsche 911 GT3 RS

For many, the 997.2 Porsche 911 GT3 RS is the one to get if you want the best of the best in the GT3 RS family. It was the last GT3 RS with a manual gearbox, if you don’t count whatever family the 991 911 R falls in, and some say feels like the perfect size. Don’t get me wrong, I love the 991 GT3 RS and I’m probably going to love the not-yet-released 992 GT3 RS, but if you want a manual transmission, the buck stops here. Just 541 examples came to the US, but today’s car as you might have noticed by which side the steering wheel is located, isn’t one of those 541 cars. Also, it is Cobalt Blue Metallic.

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 2010 Porsche 911 GT3 RS at Cottingham Blue Chip London Limited

Year: 2010
Model: 911 GT3 RS
Engine: 3.8 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 12,174 mi
Location: London, England
Price: £199,000 ($259,893)

Porsche 997 gt3 rs gen 2. 3 owner UK supplied C16 car.

Full service history and in excellent condition.

Very rare cobalt blue.

Vehicle Tracking System preparation
Alcantara rooflining
Xenon lighting system
GT3 Alcantara steering wheel
GT3 wheel 19″ central lock
Racing safety devices
RS version
Black-coloured instrument dials, instrument cluster
Versions for Great Britain
EU country version
Right-hand drive version
Control and indications in English lettering
Dynamic engine mounts (PADM)
Battery 70 Ah
Bettery disconnection switch
Licence plate holder version 3
Locking differential 40%
Door mirrors -aspherical- driver’s side, electrically adjustable and heatable
Headlamp washer
Sports bucket seat left
Sports bucket seat right
CD storage unit
Without rear window wiper
Antenna diversity
Ceramic brake (PCCB)
Rear fog light, right
Front-axle lift function
“PASM” electronic damper control
Porsche Stability Management (PSM)
6-speed manual transmission
Tire Pressure Monitoring TPM, 433 MHz
Headlights for left-hand traffic
Tilt sensor
Immobilizer central locking 433 MHz
Theft security system 433 MHz
-07 Alarm siren and tilt sensor 08-Alarm siren
Front spoiler lip included
Windscreen tinted, upper part darker coloured
Activated charcoal filter
Air conditioner
Sport Chrono package
Without sliding/tilting roof
on-board computer
Fuel pump activation
“Driver card” antenna
Alarm system connection
Restart inhibitor
CD radio, Porsche CDR 30
floor mats
Seat covers, front, cloth/cloth/leatherette
Steering wheel airbag module in leather
Door entry guards in Carbon with logo
Aerokit Cup
Decorative dashboard trim, carbon
Rear section of centre console in Carbon
Seat belts in Speed Yellow
Fuel tank cap in Aluminium Look
Gear lever in Alcantara Black
Aluminium doors

It’s refreshing to see one of these in something other than their signature Grey Black with Guards Red accents. The subtle gold graphics and matching wheels are a real surprise, and another note on this one is the optional full cloth seats as opposed to the mix of black leather and Alcantara as on the US-spec cars. Roll bars were standard in European cars, but forbidden to be sold here due to US regulations.

The price on this one 12,000 miles translates right at $260,000. There is a slight premium given it is a right-hand-drive car that was originally delivered to the UK, so this is basically rare on top of rare. Honestly, I think that is about market value when you consider the color as well. These will never be cheaper again, so as long as you don’t crash it, basically, you’ve parked money.

– Andrew