62500 KM R1,349,990

Group GT3, known tech­ni­cally as Cup Grand Tour­ing Cars and com­monly re­ferred to as sim­ply GT3, is a set of reg­u­la­tions main­tained by the Fed­er­a­tion In­ter­na­tionale de au­to­mo­bile (FIA) for grand tourer rac­ing cars de­signed for use in var­i­ous auto rac­ing se­ries through­out the world. Porsche ho­molo­gated this ver­sion the very first GT3 to take it to the race track.

The Porsche 911 has al­ways been the stan­dard by which other sports cars are mea­sured and the GT3 will re­main as the pre­ci­sion track weapon for the hard core driv­ing en­thu­si­ast. Re­nound han­dling and brak­ing are its hall­marks sur­passed by very few. Porsche cars are known for their bul­let­proof re­li­a­bil­ity and drive­abil­ity that’s easy to live with as a daily driver.

The Porsche GT3 is hugely iconic around the world and highly de­sir­able. This in it­self is the rea­son enough to make the GT3 a for­ever car and prices are on the up sig­nif­i­cantly. One of the first cars to leave Stuttgart with a wa­ter cooled en­gine and a stan­dard is­sue mon­ster wing that made it look ever more track fo­cused. This par­tic­u­lar car has the car­bon rear wing and the roll cage fit­ted which in our view are the only ex­tras true en­thu­si­ast will ap­pre­ci­ate. The GT3 is akin to heav­enly de­lights brought to us mere mor­tals.

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