2014 Porsche 911 GT3
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Guards Red GT3
2014 Porsche 911/991 GT3
- Rare Guards Red Paint
- 3.8L/475HP H6
- 7-Speed PDK Transmission
- 20-Inch GT3 Wheels
- Front Axle Lift
- 18-Way Power Comfort Seats
- Ceramic Brakes
- ALL STOCK
- 3M Front Clear Bra/Ceramic Coated
- Always Porsche Dealer Serviced
- 24k Mile Service Done October 2020
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“... the GT3 is one of the most impressive cars on the planet when pushed hard.” –Automobile magazine, “Second Drive” review, July 2013
That excerpt is sourced from this longer Automobile magazine article celebrating the GT3's mind-altering performance: “Exploring the 9000-rpm redline and pushing the GT3 through the high-speed corners in the mountains outside Stuttgart was all it took to realize that the GT3 is one of the most impressive cars on the planet when pushed hard. The direct-injection, 3.8-liter flat six is visceral, flexible, and extremely rewarding in the upper reaches of the tachometer. The sound is addicting and the performance is truly staggering. Porsche quotes a 0-60 mph time of only 3.3 seconds and a top speed of 195 mph. On the twisting and damp mountain roads, we saw an effortless 160 mph.”
Clearly, the Porsche 911 GT3 is a once-in-a-lifetime driving experience. Offered here in striking and, on this model, very rare Guards red is a special example of a special sports car.
Special. The GT3's 3.8 liter flat-six engine is rated at 475 horsepower and capable of 3.3-second 0-60 times.
Special. While Guards red has long been a favorite selection of Porsche buyers, of the 2,191 GT3 cars sold in the U.S. between 2013 and 2016, only a handful arrived on our shores in what some have labeled “arrest me” red. The bravery of this car's owners over the years is, therefore, noteworthy. That group has also been distinguished by the care they've bestowed on the car. Carfax maintenance documentation shows regular service visits to Porsche dealerships, and no work that would signal possible abuse or extensive track use of the car. (Maintenance documentation in the form of invoices is also included in the sale, as is a copy of the Porsche Certificate of Authenticity shown in the gallery documenting the car's build specifics.) Similarly, there have been no recorded accident incidents or damage.
Special. The car's exterior finish is in exceptional, factory-new condition, in part due to ceramic coating applied early in the car's life. In addition, a ClearBra coating protects to forward-facing body surfaces, including the lower front fascia and rear-deck spoiler unique to the GT3. There are no observable imperfections. Special GT3 20-inch wheels in titanium finish—showcasing yellow ceramic-composite brake calipers and large drilled brake rotors—are wrapped in Michelin performance 305/30/ZR tires.
Special. Inside, the “all business” layout of the GT3 (for example, no backseats, not even the child-sized variety in lesser 911 models) is executed with flair. Guards red deviated stitching throughout on leather dash, door trim, and seating surfaces adds style. Seat belts are Guards red, too. Tasteful use of brushed aluminum trim adds visual interest. The sport steering wheel commands the driver's forward view, and the renowned 7-speed PDK transmission shifter commands the console. Every surface is free of virtually any sign of wear or damage of any sort.
Special. Indeed, every surface of the car, including the undercarriage, is clean, perfectly in order, and as close to factory-fresh as can be. With a mere 24,000 miles, fewer than 5,000 miles per year on average, this GT3 has been respected and properly cared for by all its owners since leaving Zuffenhausen.
The more than 190 high-definition photographs of this Porsche GT3 taken from every angle, including from underneath, faithfully represent the car's outstanding condition. That said, we encourage in-person inspections by interested parties at our Grand Rapids, Michigan showroom. We ask only that an advance appointment be arranged by phone or email. Our showroom is not open to the public, so your appointment helps ensure you have our full attention during your visit.
Automobile magazine concluded their review of this GT3: “... there is no doubt that Porsche hit the nail on the head in nearly all areas with the latest GT3. The impressive integration of the new technology.... Previously, the GT3 was a niche, focused 911 for the hardcore Porsche nuts; it's now a Ferrari 458 or McLaren MP4-12C killer -- it's that good.”______________