Given that the 996 GT3 is all about the driving experience, plus the fact that rarity limits the choice, it’s fair to say this is less of an issue. As both of our specialists point out, the most important thing is finding an example that’s been meticulously cared for, and one that boasts a cast-iron history. There are, however, a few things to consider:
Another area where both Greig daly and Jamie Tyler are in agreement is the issue of colour. As always it’s a matter of personal choice, but while more sober hues such as Arctic silver or Basalt black will always be popular, don’t shy away from something more extrovert. Guards red and speed yellow suit the GT3’S lines and find favour with plenty of buyers.
Comfort or Clubsport?
Assuming you can find one for sale and are happy to pay the premium, then the latter’s track-focused upgrades prove mighty tempting. not that you’ll be disappointed with comfort spec, of course, and adding the half cage and nomex-covered seats was an accepted modification.