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2004 Porsche

911 GT3

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2004 Porsche

911 GT3

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Say "GT3" and enthusiasts know that they will have a truly special automotive experience unlike anything else. This 996 GT3 is made even more rare thanks to reportedly being 1 of just 16 Polar Silver examples imported to North America. Since 2016, the seller has spent more than $28k on servicing and has addressed key components such as the coolant pipes, radiators, water-pump, clutch, flywheel, and shift-cables. Some choice upgrades further enhance this highly capable performance car that features the legendary "Mezger" flat-six engine. This well-sorted GT3 is the answer for those seeking the ultimate version of a pure driving experience.

Vehicle Information

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LocationBeaverton, Oregon 97006
VIN / ChassisWP0AC29984S692737
Mileage105,900 Miles
Engine3.6L "Mezger" Flat-Six
Transmission6-Speed Manual
DrivetrainRWD
Exterior ColorPolar Silver Metallic
Interior ColorBlack
Title StatusClean (Washington)
Loan StatusNo loan

Seller Information

Vehicle History & Overview

This 996 GT3 was reportedly sold new in Virginia on July 16, 2004 and remained there until the seller purchased it in late 2015. The seller reports that this GT3 has been kept in California and Washington state since 2015. Included service records since 2016 show that the seller has spent more than $28k and has addressed many key components. Upgrades include but are not limited to 911 Design welded coolant pipes, CSF radiators, RSS Tarmac engine mounts, Shark Werks lightweight flywheel, Guard Transmissions limited-slip-differential, and GT3 RS-style shifter/shift-cables.

The 996-chassis was produced from 1999 – 2005 and brought the US market its first taste of the GT3 in 2004. Being the lightest and smallest of all US-bound GT3s and not having Porsche Stability Management, this version is lauded by many as the purest form of the GT3. Power comes from a 3.6-liter “Mezger” flat-six developing 385 horsepower, driving the rear wheels via a 6-speed manual transmission and limited-slip-differential. GT3s are visually distinguished via a revised front bumper and matching rear wing.

Equipment

Some options are highlighted, while a VIN Analytics equipment list in the gallery below.

  • 58 - Polar Silver Metallic

  • CPZ - Thicker Steering Wheel

  • CUV - Storage Cmpt Lid W/GT3 Logo

  • P74 - Xenon Headlamp Package

  • X70 - Metal Door Sill Model Insignia

  • XSC - Porsche Crest in Headrest

  • XSX - Seat Belts - Guards Red

Modifications

  • Welded coolant pipes

  • CSF radiator set

  • Guard Transmissions limited-slip differential

  • Shark Werks lightweight flywheel

  • RSS Tarmac engine mounts

  • Function First transmission mount insert

  • Function First shift right solution kit

  • RSS adjustable rear link kit

  • Evolution Motorsports engine control software

  • Fire extinguisher

  • Factory GT3 rear emblem

  • GT3-Cup front lip spoiler

Servicing & Documentation

Over $28,000 has been spent on servicing since 2016. Documentation is presented below and in the main gallery.

  • March 2018 - $13,633.87 - Shark Werks of Fremont, California - Invoices 11923 & 11507

    • Install Guard Transmissions limited-slip differential

    • Install Shark Werks lightweight flywheel

    • Install OEM Porsche clutch kit

    • Replace OEM 996 GT3 front shocks

    • Install RSS adjustable rear link kit

    • Install RSS Tarmac engine mounts

    • Install Function First transmission mount insert

    • Install Function First shift right solution kit

    • Install Evolution Motorsports engine control software

    • Replace OEM battery (Bosch)

  • September 2016 - $10,909.81 - 911 Design of Montclair, CA - Invoices 8802 & 8785

    • Remove, disassemble, and weld coolant pipes

    • Replace OEM Porsche water pump assembly

    • Install fire extinguisher

    • Evacuate & re-charge A/C system

    • Install updated ignition coils

  • May 2016 - $3,399.66 - S-Car-Go of San Rafael, CA - Invoice 23641

    • Install CSF all-aluminum radiators

    • Replace OEM Porsche coolant hoses

    • Replace OEM Porsche transmission cooler valve

Additional Documentation

GT3_collision_repairs.pdf

Imperfections

  • Chips on leading-edge surfaces

  • Scratches on driver door

  • Wear/scratches on front seat-backs

  • According to the seller, this GT3 was involved in an accident affecting the passenger side of the vehicle in April 2017 and repair documentation is included in the main gallery

    • The included Carfax report indicates multiple accidents, however the seller indicates the vehicle was only involved in one accident

Included Items

  • Service records since 2016

  • Owner's manuals

  • Factory window sticker

  • Factory car cover

  • Factory detail kit

  • Factory CD-storage slot for center console

  • Evolution Motorsports engine control software programmer

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