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Porsche 996 GT3 RS

Porsche 996 GT3 RS

Coupé, 2004

Highlights

  • One of only 542 left-hand drive units!
  • Matching Numbers
  •  Manufacture from the exclusive programme

Porsche 996 GT3 RS – Collection by Vermant

Collection by Vermant’ is very pleased to offer this Porsche 996 GT3 RS, which was built in September 2004. It is one of the 542 left-hand drive cars to be produced, with its matching numbers, a 3.6 L, 6-cylinder engine with an output of 381 hp.

RS specialist ‘Penders Porsche Centre Liège’ delivered this new car to its first owner on 23 September 2004. It is finished in Carrara white, with red wheel guards and a GT3 RS decal.

Price:EUR 174,950

Belgium

Collection by Vermant
Generaal de Wittelaan 7B
2800 Mechelen
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The ‘ RS’ was given the following options:

XME Center console painted in car color
424 CD compartment
441 Radio preparation
567 Top-tinted windscreen
571 Activated charcoal filter
573 Automatic air conditioning
581 Front center console
596 Safety cage painted white (GT3 RS)
697 CD-radio Becker Porsche CDR-23
09991 Manufacture from the exclusive programme

In the meantime, this GT3 Coupe has only run 19,950 kms of demonstrable kms and the car is still in an exceptional new condition! The original paint layer, stickers, … are still fully present. Only 3 owners could enjoy the ‘eleven’, the last of which has been in his possession for 11 years. This Belgian ‘RS’ comes with the original booklets, toolkit, a complete history, …

23 September 2004 = 85km
April 16, 2008 = 13,420km
August 6, 2010 = 18,466km
April 29, 2016 = 19,584km
June 13, 2019 = 19,659km

The Porsche 911 – Type 996 entered a new era in the life of the world’s most famous sports car. After 35 years of production, Porsche took a new direction with the fifth generation of the 911. Radical changes were required. Not only the design and the chassis would change radically, but also the motorization was drastically changed. Due to stricter emission standards and the achievement of maximum power, the power source would no longer be air-cooled, but water-cooled.

The 996 was presented to the general public at the Frankfurt motor show in 1997 and although the new design was not immediately enthusiastically received by the purists, the new ‘eleven’ would stand its ground. It was available from 1998 as a rear-wheel drive coupe and equipped with a 3.4L water-cooled boxer engine, good for 300hp.

At the Geneva salon in 1999, Porsche presented a radical 911 that the purists had to reconcile with the new design of the 996. A pure and hard 911, without electronic aids and equipped with an engine directly from motorsport. The GT3 is a fact!

In 2003, the GT3 evolves and the GT3 RS is the most hard-core variant of the 996. With the implementation of a maximum slimming course, the placement of aroll cage, lighter flywheel, … the RS is ready for the circuit. With its 381hp and only 1360kg, it does justice to its name ‘RennSport’! Production runs until 2005 and already stops at 682 units.

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Specifications

Year of construction: 2004
Model: 996 GT3 RS
Body: Coupé
Series: 996
Mileage: 19860 km
Power: 381 HP
Cylinder capacity: 3,6 Liter
Steering: left
Transmission: Manual
Drive: Rear drive
Fuel: Gasoline
Interior color: Black
Interior material: Fabric
Exterior color: White
Manufacturer color code (exterior): Carrara Weiss B9A
Matching Numbers: Yes
Condition: Accident-free
New/Used: Used car
Ready to drive: Yes
Country of delivery: Belgium

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