“Give me crazy options, or give me death!”
That isn’t what Patrick Henry said during a speech he made to the Second Virginia Convention in 1775. It is however something I would say to a group of strangers on the internet when looking at Porsches. This 2018 Porsche 911 GT3 up for sale in Southern California isn’t your typical 991.2 GT3. I know saying a “typical 991.2 GT3” is a little bit of an oxymoron, but seeing the options on this car, you might understand what I mean. Not only is it finished in paint-to-sample Agate Gray, but the full bucket seats are finished in burgundy leather with hounds tooth inserts. It doesn’t stop there either.
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Model: 911 GT3
Engine: 4.0 liter flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed Manual
Mileage: 2,571 mi
Location: Hawthorne, California
Price: $204,991 Buy It Now
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Whoever ordered this car also loaded it up with leather sun visors, extended deviated stitching, carbon fiber door sills, white instrument cluster dials, and a bunch of other stuff you can see on options sheet below. However, I am totally in love with seats on this car and that is the main reason I wanted to look at it. While the comfort seats are comfortable, I think you are losing out if you don’t order your 991.2 GT with the full buckets. The burgundy leather color with the houndstooth inserts remind me a lot of Ian Poulter’s GT2 RS with bi-color seats that I’m sure was only done because he is Ian Poulter. Add in the fact that this is a non-Touring GT3 with a 6-speed manual, and it is just a homerun for me.
The sticker on this car was a whopping $215,300, but all in a day’s work seeing how cars are regularly optioned into the mid-200s. The interesting part is that despite this car having 2,500 miles, there is a $10,000 discount on it. Prices on manual 991.2 GT3s are still strong, and you can argue that they are in a little bit of their own world along with the Touring. Of course, this is all some ultra-luxury stuff at the end of the day…not exactly the American Revolution.