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Old 12-29-2013, 01:44 AM
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Default 2010 997.2 GT3 For Sale in Vehicle Marketplace

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My 997.2 GT3 now for sale in the vehicle marketplace just in case anyone is interested. $107,000.

Arrival of the 991 GT3 means I am out of garage space and after 3 brilliant years with the 997.2, have to sell her to make room.

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Old 12-29-2013, 02:18 AM
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GLWS. Beautiful car.

BTW - do you get lift again in the 991?
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Originally Posted by Hoopumpers View Post
GLWS. Beautiful car.

BTW - do you get lift again in the 991?
Thanks!

I didn't get the lift on the new car, no. It worked fine for me on the .2, but decided it wasn't something I really needed second time around. The front lip spoiler is cheap and easy to replace, as are the underfloor brake ducts so I could go through a new set a year and still be ahead after quite a few years on outlay.
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What a beauty + set up right.
How sure are you about letting it go vs the 991 gt3?
How do they compare on track and weekend jaunts?
GLWS!
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Originally Posted by hf1 View Post
What a beauty + set up right.
How sure are you about letting it go vs the 991 gt3?
How do they compare on track and weekend jaunts?
GLWS!

Tough to sell actually, it's been an awesome car and now its totally dialled in Im selling it.

Am I sure...time will tell. I do like the 991 but it is quite different. The 991 makes you feel like a driving god, the 997 makes you work for it.

No idea on track yet, but street they are very different.

I'd love to keep both! Do think the 997.2 will be a classic in years to come in either RS or narrow body form.

I'll probably end up buying the 997 back in 10 years time for old times sake!
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Originally Posted by FLM911 View Post
Thanks!

I didn't get the lift on the new car, no. It worked fine for me on the .2, but decided it wasn't something I really needed second time around. The front lip spoiler is cheap and easy to replace, as are the underfloor brake ducts so I could go through a new set a year and still be ahead after quite a few years on outlay.
How helpful was the lift? Was there many situations that it really helped you?

Brake ducts not hard to replace for those who don't have a proper lift at their house?
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