2003 Porsche 911 GT2
Story and History
This GT2 beauty from one of our great friends is the best we’ve seen. Not only has it been well cared for and hardly driven, to our knowledge this is the only Meridian Metallic GT2 delivered to the North American market of the 335 examples. Sometimes it’s just nice to own something no one else can. Perhaps like Picasso’s Nude, Green Leaves and Bust, the bat swung by Babe Ruth hitting a homer after calling his shot, the Stratocaster Jimi Hendrix strummed the Star-Spangled Banner on at Woodstock, or hell maybe one day Queen Elizabeth will sell her Crown Jewels! All super special pieces respectively as there is only one, suitable for any collector of sort, we just happen to like one-off Porsches.
Starting design/development in 1999 Porsche shifted gears throughout the next 2 years when Motorsports decided to focus on the naturally aspirated GT3 class. Leaving the public with a lower production run of homologous street-able animals. Essentially 7% lighter with 10% more power over the all-wheel drive version. Achieved by more boost from the turbo, more air intake, larger intercoolers, and less restrictive mufflers. Typical of Porsche saving weight by eliminating all-wheel drive, rear seats, sunroof, and a radiator. However also making PCCBs standard, lighter bucket seats, and providing fewer options. Eventually tacking on the RS label, the GT2 represents Porsche’s fasted production model through the decades. Chassis 696089 is simply spectacular from every category and perhaps your crown jewel.
Paint to Sample 1 of 1
Aluminum Instrument Dials
Seat Belts – Guards Red
Aluminum Leather Shifter and Brake Handle
Deviated Stitching Front Seats, Doors, and Dash