Calling EVERYONE without an allocation for Porsche’s latest GT3 model (and little hope now of snagging one). Built exactly how we recommend for road use and the occasional track day. With body lines accentuated by the perfect GT Silver metallic paint, and only 68 miles on the clock, it’s as good as taking delivery from new. But there’s more.
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The 2018 GT3, so we’re told, will be the last with a naturally aspirated engine. And what an engine: developed from Porsche’s 911 Carrera Cup race cars, it screams to 9,000rpm, and is undoubtedly the most exciting flat-six ever to grace Porsche’s 911 GT series. (Hell, even the new GT2 RS maxes out at 7,200rpm, its engine based on that of a plain old 991 Turbo.)
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