This is effectively a one-owner car, if you exclude my 4 days of DE in 2020. Yes, 4 days, it’s sad.
Got the car at the end of 2019, and had big plans for 2020, but we all know what happened in 2020. Because of the closed border, our local PCA race was cancelled, so DE’s it was. I have now started to build a house for retirement, so something’s gotta give.
This is a proper race car, with all the factory safety gear, for less than half the price of a new GT3 or GT4. Being built at the factory, there is no unnecessary wiring or hardware; it’s a very clean and solid build.
Car was babied and well cared for by the original owner, as anyone who knows him will tell you.
Car did a single race in its life, at Limerock in the first months of 2010, where it had an off. Otherwise, DE only. Car was one of 4 ordered by 4 friends for lapping at the end of 2009.
Due to the off mentioned above, some panels were replaced and, sadly, someone messed up and ordered a few for a wide-body car. You might not see it at first, as I suspect happened originally, but once you notice it, you know.
The only other blemish is that there is a bull’s eye on the windshield from a rock. It’s not in the line of sight and is covered by a piece of transparent tape. The windshield is not pitted at all, so it’s not worth replacing.
- 2009, 997.1 GT3 factory race car
- 57 total hours since new; sealed motor and transmission
- 7700 total km
- Stock PCA GTC4
- 3 sets of factory BBS wheels
- 1 brand new set of Pirelli slicks, 1 set of rains
- 2 identical OMP halo seats
- Tenaquip cup car cover
- Extra new spare Pagid brake pads (also new pads on car)
- Driver’s seat back brace per PCA Club Racing requirement
- New driver’s Schroth HANS harness valid to 2024
- F.A.S.T. cooling system with helmet blower
- Fixed Motec transponder
- AMB (MyLaps)Transponder – No Subscription Required
- Transportation wheel hooks
- Removable door windows
- Helmet/steering wheel hook
- Wide-angle mirror
- Wing gurney
- All invoices
Car is located in Toronto
$75,000 USD or $97,000 CDN
The same session, but from the perspective of the 991 cup. I come in at approximately 4:30