2004 Porsche 911 GT3

Sale price: $104990,00 make an offer

Technical specifications

Fuel Type:Gasoline
Interior Color:Black
Number of Cylinders:6
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Up for sale is my one of a kind single suspension component with the exception of the thrust arms has been replaced with monoball fully adjustable bits. First order of business was the wheels carriers/uprights. I went ahead and got OEM Porsche lightweight 996 GT3RSMagnesium front and rear uprights which allow for more camber and obviously save weight. Next I went with MCS 2-Way adjustable’s with external canisters for dampening, Eibach 700/900 springs with helper springs, new wheel bearings and hubs, RSS Front Toe Links, RSS Rear Toe Links, RSS Rear Dog Bones, RSS Front and Rear Control Arms with adjustable Thrust arm insert, Tarett Front and Rear Sway Bar Drop links, RSS Engine Mounts, Cantrell Motorsports Transmission Mounts, Girodisc Front and Rear rotors (350mm rear conversion) and to top it off everything was installed, corner balance and aligned by Tony and Joe at TC Design in Campbell California. I’ll never forget picking the car up and instantly going “ok…this is what I was looking for”. The car drives like a 997 GT3 with the rawness and light feel of the 996.
After living with the suspension for a few weeks next I wanted to have a little more fun with the engine/transmission. So I had the 997 RS 4.0 Lightweight OEM Porsche 996 GT3RS carbon fiber hood, OEM Porsche 996 GT3RS Lexan rear window, OEM Porsche 996GT3RS front bumper cover and OEM 996 GT3RS carbon mirror covers. I did not do the rear wing because it isn’t any lighter then the OEM one and I think this car flows with it’s existing wing. After all, it isn’t an RS…but a “lightweight” : ) To save weight even further I bought a Voltfreaks 5 pound lithium-ion battery (which shaves 43lbs off the front of the car), I did away with the windshield and headlight washer system (16lb weight savings) built my own custom lightweight door panels modeled after the 964 RS (9lb weight savings) and I also did an OEM Porsche MOMO 996 Cup steering wheel which definitely adds to the smaller car/lighter feel. I do have the original 996 Airbag if you want to add it back on, however after driving it you will not want to.
When installing the 996 GT3RS front bumper with vents I didn’t want this option just for looks…I wanted function. So with the help of the 996 GT2 chimney I executed the radiator tilt and made the center GT3RS Front Bumper with radiatordownforce modification
OEM GT3 Cup Rear Bumper kevlar/carbon with OEM Cup tow hook
OEM GT3RS Carbon Fiber hood with Porsche crest decal (original hood included)
OEM GT3RS Lexan Rear Window
OEM GT3RS Decklid ram air scoop
OEM GT3RS Carbon fiber mirrors
OEM GT3RS Riviera Blue seat belts
OEM Porsche 996 Cup front splitter
OEM Porsche 997 GT3 full exhaust
OEM Porsche 997 RS 4.0 LWFW kit
OEM Porsche 996 Radio Delete shelf (reversible if you want music)
OEM Porsche 996 Carbon center console, dash surround, cluster surround and door sills
OEM Porsche 997 Alcantara shift ****
OEM Porsche 996 Euro Black Leather buckets (sub CGT Perlon seats for $15k, Recaro SPG’s for $2k less)
OEM Porsche 996 Cup Steering wheel
OEM Porsche 996 GT3 Euro Black Leather Seats
OEM Porsche 996/997 Tequipment Roll Bar
OEM Battery(OEM battery included)
Last but not least, probably the coolest addition of all is Andreas Preuninger signed and “blessed” the car this year at Monterey Car Week. He said himself while sitting in it “this brings me back to the most exciting GT car”. It will be sad to see it go but exciting for someone to get to enjoy the car as much as I have. Please feel free to contact with any questions! NO DEALERS/CONSIGNMENT OFFERS!!!

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