When it comes to the argument of which Porsche 911 is the king of the hill, you won’t see me dismiss the 997 GT3 RS 4.0. Porsche and the GT team basically did everything they could to crank 500 horsepower out of a flat-six squeezed in the back of the 997. At the time, this was supposed to be the last GT car with a true six-speed manual. So when these dropped, all 600 were jumped on like wild dogs on meat. Now ten years later, double the MSRP and you can take one home. Fair deal?
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 2011 Porsche 911 GT3 RS 4.0 on eBay
Model: 911 GT3 RS 4.0
Engine: 4.0 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual transaxle
Mileage: 2,067 mi
Location: Beverly Hills, California
Number 527 of only 600 cars built.
We have just added to our extensive exotic car inventory a beautiful 2011 Porsche GT3 RS 4 Liter in Carrara White over Black Full Leather interior and only 2,067 miles. This RS 4 Liter is loaded with: 4 liter Motorsport derived flat six, 6 speed manual transmission, 19″ GT3 white center lock wheels, Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake (PCCB), dynamic cornering lights, front axle lift system, PCM 3.0 with extended navigation and telephone, heated front sport seats, Sound Package Plus, Sport Chrono Package Plus, Extended Carbon Fiber Package (carbon fiber belt outlets, rear section of center console in carbon fiber), adaptive sport seats, steering column in leather, black leather steering wheel, red contrasting stitching and seat belts, fire extinguisher, cup holders Sirius XM Radio, footrest in aluminum and much more. The original MSRP was $229,795.
This example up for sale in Beverly Hills with 2,100 miles certainly was used more than a lot of examples. I know that sounds crazy talking about an ten-year-old car with 2,100 miles, but that is the reality of a highly-coveted car with just 600 examples worldwide. When these do come up for sale, you’ll notice that they might only have a few hundred miles on them, with the majority of them coming from when an owner first gets them and then driven to service appointments. This is one of the examples without the carbon fiber sport bucket seats, which in my option, is a must have if you are dropping this king of dough. I know those don’t agree with everyone’s back side, but if I’m going all-in, I’ll do it.
Price is set at $479,900, but is probably a little high in my eyes. This dealer isn’t exactly know for reasonable prices, so you shouldn’t be surprised. I think over $400,000 is fair given where these trade, but then again, find another one. These only get (slightly) cheaper depending on the mileage, so the one you buy is dependent on how often you want to thrill yourself.