Price:  932,197 EUR

Year: 1998

Mileage: 800 km

 

In 1995, Porsche announced its return in the endurance racing in the new GT1 class. The goal of Porsche is to compete in the 1996 24 hours of Le Mans with a new car that should be produced at 25 road units to be homologated in FIA GT1 class. This car is the Porsche 911 GT1, which has in fact very little in common with the 911. Its floor pan are taken from the 962 group C cars, and the engine is a water-cooled mid-mounted 3.2 twin turbo flat 6. To comply with the FIA regulations, Porsche has produced 25 units of the GT1 street version. The 4 first ones were called 993 GT1 as they were fitted with the front light of the 911 that was on the market at that time, the 993. In 1998, the new 996 is launched, and the 21 units of the GT1 to be produced that year are then fitted with the 996 front lights, and called 996 GT1.

The car we are proud to offer is a 996 GT1 in new condition. The car has been delivered new to a Japanese collector, and has only known one other owner, also a car collector. The car has always been properly maintained, and is today in faultless condition. It will be delivered with all books and tools.

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase an extremely rare Porsche GT1 with such a low mileage and in a like new new condition.
This export price is including shipping to any European country or USA.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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