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Lot 165

2020   |   Scottsdale 2020

2008 Porsche 997 GT2

SOLD $162,400

Estimate

$170,000 - $190,000| Without Reserve

Chassis

WP0AD299X8S796150

Car Highlights

One of 1,242 Examples Built; Only 194 Exported to the US
Finished in Sinister Black over Black Color Combination
Less than 9,100 Miles from New
Offered in Original and Unmodified Condition
Accompanied by Books, Tools, and Keys

Technical Specs

3,600 CC DOHC Flat 6-Cylinder Engine
Bosch Electronic Fuel Injection
Twin KKK Turbochargers
530 BHP at 6,500 RPM
6-Speed Manual Transaxle
4-Wheel Ventilated Carbon Ceramic Disc Brakes
Front Independent MacPherson Strut Suspension
Rear Independent Multi-Link Suspension
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Unleashed in 2007, the Porsche 997 GT2 derived its name from the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) racing class for which it was built. Based on the 997 Turbo, the GT2 was revised to make it even more capable and was just the third production Porsche to break the 200 mph barrier.

Courtesy of changes such as modified variable-vane turbochargers, a new intake manifold, and titanium exhaust system, the GT2’s 3.6-liter flat-six developed 530 hp at 6,500 rpm and 502 lbs./ft. of torque at a low 2,200 rpm. Rear-wheel drive only, other weight-saving measures included rear-seat delete and strategic use of lightweight materials. Blisteringly fast, Motor Trend tested the GT2 in February 2008, and achieved 0–60 mph in 3.4 seconds, and a quarter-mile time of 11.3 seconds on the way to a claimed 204 mph top speed.

One of 194 exported to the US by Porsche, this 2008 GT2 is finished in sinister Black over a full black leather interior with desirable sports bucket seats. Displaying 9,005 miles at the time of cataloguing, this unmodified GT2 presents well throughout with the coolant pipes stated to be pinned as a preventative measure during a June 2017 service performed at Porsche of Colorado Springs. Accompanied by books, tools, and keys, this GT2 offers the opportunity to own one of Porsche’s most powerful and thrilling 911 models that is critically still mated to a manual gearbox.