Porsche Carrera GT Price Tag: $1.3M+

Notables in Sale: Scratch on Driver’s Door

It may be challenging to ever come across a Porsche Carrera GT in today’s market, as only 1,270 of these automobiles were ever manufactured. However, this 2005 example on Bring A Trailer could easily end up costing a substantial amount of money.

In spite of the anxieties associated with the Porsche Carrera GT, its vast 10-cylinder supercar is still a highly desirable Porsche and one of the greatest automobiles ever created.

The Carrera GT is currently being offered for sale with 601 miles registered on the odometer. Supplied new to Porsche Exchange in Highland Park, Illinois before eventually being transported to Florida and subsequently the United Kingdom, this vehicle has been well travelled.

This example of the iconic sports car, painted in GT Silver Metallic, has all the features that made it so popular when it was first released. It has removable roof panels, an electronically actuated rear spoiler, pushrod-activated coilover struts, cross-drilled 15-inch ceramic composite rotors, and forged magnesium wheels (19″ at the front and 20″ at the back). To complete the look, Michelin Pilot Sport tires measuring 265/35 at the front and 335/30 at the rear were installed in January 2022.

Stepping within, one is struck by the veggie-tanned Ascot tan leathers on the dashboard, the hub of the console, doors and side panels, matched with sporting-align chairs in a carbon fiber and Kevlar material combination. Intuitively discover behind the laminated beechwood knob, Serial Plate 836 lurking as a verification of its pedigree.

The mid-mounted 5.7-litre M80/01 V10 engine is the primary source of power for this vehicle, which has established itself as one of our favourite 10-headers. With 605 horsepower and 435 ft-lbs of torque, a six-speed manual transmission coupled with a limited slip differential is used to deliver the force to the rear tires.

The only blemish on this impressive example’s account is a minor scrape spotted on the chauffeur’s entrance, yet this is negligible, and the Carfax report illustrates no mishaps or other harm.

This fantastic 2005 Porsche Carrera GT’s bidding will conclude on 1 December, the offer now standing at an astounding $1.35 million – that would be enough to purchase ten 911 Carrera models. The offering also includes a car cover, travel bags, factory literature, a battery maintenance device and servicing paperwork.

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