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Heavily optioned McLaren MP4-12C with the most carbon fiber we've ever seen. Very clean example with all service and maintenance done including airbag recall, new ceramic brakes, and the IRIS upgrade. Warranty included through June of 2021. You probably won't find a better equipped car than this one. This is an incredible value for the money - a true supercar for less than a hundred grand! The original MSRP was $330k, plus the upgrades listed below.
Price: USD 99,980
Super rare 2012 Mercedes E63 AMG Wagon with P30 Performance Package - 550hp! A very limited number of AMG wagons were produced in this body style for the USA. This example is heavily equipped and freshly serviced, and comes with both keys and all manuals. No paintwork and clean Carfax. This is your chance to own a longroof sleeper - the family wagon that will dust almost anything on the road!
Price: USD 41,980
Very original 1986 Porsche 911 Coupe in Black/black now available. This Porsche has a long ownership history and a stack of service records proving it was well maintained. It is powered by a 3.2-liter flat-six paired with a 5-speed manual 915 transmission that was recently refreshed. The current mileage is 91,301.
Price: USD 56,480
Beautiful 1993 Porsche 964 Cabriolet now available. This Carrera 2 Cabriolet has only 48,980 original miles and is equipped with a 5-speed manual transmission. Painted in Guards Red with a black top and black partial leather interior. This car came from the factory with 16’ 5 spoke turbo design wheels, limited slip differential, Tonneau cover, headlight washers, and full power front seats.
Price: USD 54,980
2001 Porsche 911 Turbo in a gorgeous and rare color combination - Slate Grey Metallic paint over Boxster Red leather. The 996TT is powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.6L flat-six that makes 414hp and 415 lb/ft of torque with the factory widebody rear end for a more aggressive look.
Factory options include Wheel Caps with Colored Crest, Porsche Communication Management, Supple Leather Seats, and Heated Front Seats.
Price: USD 54,980
2004 Porsche 911 4S Cabriolet with a 6-speed manual transmission and 93,200 miles. This Porsche 911 is finished in Seal Grey with a Graphite Grey full leather interior. The original MSRP was $96,990. The 4S comes with 320 hp and 273 lb ft of torque, all wheel drive, and a wider rear end to resemble the 911 turbo. This was a 1 owner car until 2019, it is now a 2 owner car with a clean Carfax and extensive service records.
There is a stack of service records that go back to 2004. The IMS bearing and Clutch were replaced at 67,183 miles (receipt pictured). In May 2020 this car had an oil and filter change. In June 2020 it had new Bridgestone Potenza S-02A tires, engine air filter, and climate cabin filter. In November 2020 a new battery was installed. This 4S is fully serviced and ready to enjoy. Also included is a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, 1 full key and one valet key, and books.
Price: USD 25,980
We have just received this 2007 Porsche GT3 finished in Basalt Black Metallic with Black Full Leather interior. It is otherwise lightly equipped, in keeping with the philosophy of a Porsche GT car. The car is fundamentally stock and original, and is mechanically solid, including having the coolant lines pinned as a preventative measure. New Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires were installed in 2017 at 29,571 miles, and the car has been driven sparingly since then. A 2-year service was performed in 2017, and a major service was done in 2015 at 28,771 miles, including spark plugs, brake fluid flush, new front rotors, and new brake pads all around. The car will have a fresh 2-year service performed prior to delivery for the new buyer.
The car is all original paint and has a clean Carfax. It is mechanically sound but given the black exterior and lack of a clearbra, it does show a fair amount of peppering on the front valence, windshield, and rockers. The Alcantara on the steering wheel does display some wear as well. The car is very clean otherwise with no damage or other noticeable blemishes. It has a clean DME with zero overrevs in all ranges and the proper number of operating hours for the mileage. The car is sold with two keys, books, service records, factory car cover, and a copy of the original window sticker.
Price: USD 89,980
This GT3 was purchased by the second owner in 2013 with 12,511 miles. It is finished in the striking and classic Speed Yellow, which comprised only 5% of North American production. It is now available for sale with 23k miles.
The car has been enjoyed and fanatically maintained, which is often more true of cars that see occasional or even regular track time than cars that sit parked or driven sparingly. This one was setup for mixed street and track use, and is a very well sorted, tight, and solid car. The car has complete detailed service history dating back to original purchase, which can be shared upon request or viewed in PDF format on our website.
The car is all original paint on the metal panels, which has been verified with a paintmeter, although the previous owner did have a minor off which required only the front and rear bumper covers to be replaced. No other damage. The car does have clearbra on the full front clip and also had it on the windshield which has kept the paint in very good condition.
Mechanically the car is solid and just completed a pre-sale inspection at Wright Motorsports, a highly-regarded Porsche independent and racing shop, including a leakdown test. The DME does show some high-range overrevs, but they were more than 50 hours ago, which is Porsche's threshhold for determining if any engine damage has occurred. Porsche will CPO a car with high-range overrevs if they occurred more than 50 hours in the past. Additionally, the leakdown test came back with strong numbers across the board. This document can also be viewed in the PDF with the service history. The car is up-to-date on all maintenance and ready for the new owner to enjoy. New spark plugs and coils were just installed.
The car comes with two keys, all books, complete service history, and original window sticker. There are additional items noted in the service docs that are not included in the sale - the car as pictured is what is for sale.
Price: USD 91,980
Did you know that Carrara White was not originally offered as an available color for the 997 GT3 RS? That's right, the color used for the marketing materials on the GT3, and the standard color for the GT3 Cup cars, was NOT an option for the RS.
However, because of so many requests from Porsche clientele, Porsche generously agreed to offer the color as an option, but for an eye-popping $4315! That's right, Porsche did RS buyers a huge favor by allowing them to order a color that was FREE on the base 911, FREE on the GT3, and STANDARD on the race cars, and only charging them $4300. To top it off, White was the only color that did not come standard with contrasting wheels and graphics, but those had to be ordered separately.
Now that we have that out of the way, here is an offering on one of the 46 cars ordered for North America in Carrara White with no graphics. It is available now with just over 3100 original miles. We initially acquired the car this summer in a fluke find on eBay, and honestly thought that we might be getting scammed, but everything checked out in our database.
When the car showed up, it wasn't quite as represented cosmetically, but that was easily remedied with refinishing the front bumper cover, wheels, and replacing the plastic front spoiler lip and side skirts, and of course doing a comprehensive detailing, as it had been in long-term storage. Sometimes being parked is worse for cars than driving them - we'll just call this a "barn find", and then it will be worth more. The car, apart from sitting undriven for many years, was properly maintained, and received a full major service and new TPMS sensors in 2013 as well as a 2-year service in 2018, with less than 400 miles in between the two visits to the dealer.
The interior is very clean, but as with all Porsches of this vintage with carbon fiber interior pieces, they are starting to warp and pull away in the usual places. Porsche completely missed the mark on their carbon trim of this era.
It is all original paint on the metal panels, and it has a perfect DME report with zero overrevs.
It comes with two keys, books, and service records.
Price: USD 174,980
Only 52 Green ones came to North America, making it the 2nd rarest color behind Silver, but by far the most desirable and valuable color. At one point at the height of the RS craze, green cars would command at least double that of their orange counterparts. They still command a significant premium, and rarely come up for sale. Approximately 20% of the green ones remain with their original owner.
This example boast just 5650 miles, and is in absolutely pristine condition. No stories, no excuses, just a collector grade RS. It was represented by Road Scholars in 2019 before selling privately between two Minnesota collectors in early 2020. It had a 2-year service in 2019, and new Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires installed in 2020, along with a street alignment and Tarrett wheel studs.
The complete front clip is protected by clearbra, and the car is bone stock other than a Sharkwerks center muffler bypass and clear (Euro) side marker lights.
While it's a fairly basic spec, I happen to love the combo, as it has Full Leather and Ceramic Brakes, but no wart on the dash. Simple, proper spec with essentially the three must-have options for the 997.1 GT3/RS.
Price: USD 237,500