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Old 11-30-2012, 06:02 PM
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Thanks for everyone's time and advice on this. I haven't sold a car via the web before.

We are buying a 2010 RS so this car needs to go in order to make that happen ;-)
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Old 12-03-2012, 04:36 PM
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Leather and suede as shown in the picture. If you want detailed pictures of the car taken yesterday PM me and I am happy to send.
All GT3 seats are leather/alcantara. Full Leather is an option that adds leather on the dash and other areas. Should be on the option list/window sticker if you have it.
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Old 12-08-2012, 10:53 AM
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All GT3 seats are leather/alcantara. Full Leather is an option that adds leather on the dash and other areas. Should be on the option list/window sticker if you have it.
I just ordered the option list from suncoast. Should be in over the next couple of days.

Yes, it does have the leather/alcantara seats, steering wheel and shifter.

I have 4 offers on the car as it stands. I will be selling the car by the end of the week to the highest offer and obviously fair offer
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Old 12-08-2012, 11:09 PM
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Ceramic brakes are not worth anything on a second hand car. The price of your gt3 vs one with steel brakes shouldn't be any different.
Really

To some people options don't make any difference and yet to others it does.

When I was shopping for my 997 TT last year, regardless of the prices, I never entertained any TT that didn't have PCCB's, Sport seats, LSD and Deviated stitching.

When one did pop up, it wasn't cheap but I am happy I bought what I wanted.

BTW, If you haven't driven a car with Ceramics, than you can't appreciate the lower un sprung weight not to mention almost negligible brake dust.

To the OP, I don't follow the GT3 prices, but I am sure to the right buyer, couple of thosands won't break the deal.

Good-Luck..Gorgeous car
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Old 12-08-2012, 11:26 PM
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Originally Posted by C2 Turbo View Post
Really

To some people options don't make any difference and yet to others it does.

When I was shopping for my 997 TT last year, regardless of the prices, I never entertained any TT that didn't have PCCB's, Sport seats, LSD and Deviated stitching.

When one did pop up, it wasn't cheap but I am happy I bought what I wanted.

BTW, If you haven't driven a car with Ceramics, than you can't appreciate the lower un sprung weight not to mention almost negligible brake dust.

To the OP, I don't follow the GT3 prices, but I am sure to the right buyer, couple of thosands won't break the deal.

Good-Luck..Gorgeous car
A lot of potential gt3 buyers are looking for a car to take to the track. To most of these people, PCCB are more of a hassle than anything else.

I own a car with ceramics and will soon be switching them out for steel. I could care less about dust and unsprung weight, as the combined feel, ability, and cost of race pads and steel rotors can't be matched by ceramics.

BTW.. I think you have a gorgeous tt.
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Old 12-08-2012, 11:30 PM
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Agree but not every one buy them to track'em
Appreciate your kindness.
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Originally Posted by kk2 View Post
A lot of potential gt3 buyers are looking for a car to take to the track. To most of these people, PCCB are more of a hassle than anything else.

I own a car with ceramics and will soon be switching them out for steel. I could care less about dust and unsprung weight, as the combined feel, ability, and cost of race pads and steel rotors can't be matched by ceramics.

BTW.. I think you have a gorgeous tt.
When you take them off, send them to me. I could use a set of free ceramic spares.
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Originally Posted by C2 Turbo View Post
When I was shopping for my 997 TT last year, regardless of the prices, I never entertained any TT that didn't have PCCB's.........

........If you haven't driven a car with Ceramics, than you can't appreciate the lower un sprung weight
3500 pound Turbo and unsprung weight savings?
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Old 12-09-2012, 10:42 AM
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Talk about doing the tango with a hippo!



Everyone who has PCCBs loves them. Everyone who has priced replacements for them , knows why they don't want them. It's simple. Driving something that is sexy and "unsprung" is only great when you're driving it where it matters most. And quite honestly we don't see many of them on cars at the track for a reason. But hey, if it's just to "Cars and Coffee" to impress the uninitiated, then I guess it's a win!

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3500 pound Turbo and unsprung weight savings?
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Old 12-09-2012, 11:49 AM
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Yup, we've both been there, done that. I'm still laughing my **** off thinking of weight savings and Turbo in the same sentence.......

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Talk about doing the tango with a hippo!



Everyone who has PCCBs loves them. Everyone who has priced replacements for them , knows why they don't want them. It's simple. Driving something that is sexy and "unsprung" is only great when you're driving it where it matters most. And quite honestly we don't see many of them on cars at the track for a reason. But hey, if it's just to "Cars and Coffee" to impress the uninitiated, then I guess it's a win!
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My Turbo has ceramics. Look cool, negligible brake dust, fantastic breaking. Like Dell says, weight savings on a turbo ? Doesn't count until you've trimmed off about 400-500 pounds.

Each to their own, and for their own application. My 6-3 racecar has steel, of course.
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Old 12-10-2012, 06:11 PM
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Hello Everyone,

Here is what Sunset Auto Group just sent me attached to the VIN number:

Vehicle description
Vehicle-Ident.-Number (VIN) WP0AC29927S792918
Sales Type 997810 911 GT3
Model Year 2007
Block Flag
Blocking Date
Engine Type M9776
engine number 61725445
Gearbox Type G9790
transmission serial number 2004633
Tire Code PIRE
General information
Invoice Date 1 2007-05-16
Invoice Date 2
Number of "Z" Orders 0
Country Equipment C02 USA
Trading Partner 4500000
Commission Number 620165
Body specifications
body color LB9A
Exterior Paint Color B4B4
Exterior Paint Color Carrara White / Carrara White
Interior specifications
Interior Trim 28
Interior Trim Black Leather Seats
Interior Equipment Code KL Leatherette
Seat Combination Number RAA
Seat Cushion Material ALC Alcantara Seats
Seat Side Support Material LE Leather
Seat Back Material KU Synthetic Parts
Carpet Color Code A10
Electrical system/electronics specifications
DME serial number 0075769
Motronic CVN control unit 394C
Production description control unit 99760101042
serial number of taught/installed ELV (electr. steer. col. lock) 4841000100
PASM control unit hardware version C300
airbag control unit hardware version C400
electrical system control unit hardware version 1D04
PSM control unit hardware version 30323635393530353037
PSM control unit part number 997.618.135.93
gateway control unit hardware version 000B
PAS control unit hardware version 4335
AWS control unit hardware version 0511
rear control unit hardware version 0904
air conditioning regulator control unit hardware version 0040
steering-wheel electrics control unit hardware version 0011
DME control unit hardware version number 3030343139313030
Type ID DME control unit A8427A15.DAF

Warranty data

from to contract date coverage Assistance mileage limit
New vehicle warranty 18.Jun.2007 18.Jun.2011
no 81.000km
Corrosion warranty 18.Jun.2011 18.Jun.2017
- km
Emission warranty 18.Jun.2011 18.Jun.2014
112.000km
Pre-owned warranty (1) 19.Jun.2011 19.Jun.2013 11.Nov.2008 full coverage no 162.000km
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Description Scope Status Stop sales

MNR Type Description
450
Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake (PCCB)
490
Sound Package Plus
810
Floor Mats in Interior Color
P16
Porsche Communication Management (PCM)
P74
Bi-Xenon Headlamp Package
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Old 12-10-2012, 10:58 PM
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[QUOTE=Mikelly;10058871 But hey, if it's just to "Cars and Coffee" to impress the uninitiated, then I guess it's a win! [/QUOTE]

Not every one has as much free time as some people on this board have to track their cars

For those that want these cars for street driving whether it's for Cars & Coffee or impressing women or even taking cars out to the night clubs etc etc, there's nothing out there that beats the ceramics.

People that can afford ceramics they continue to track them and those that can't afford them usually go for the cheaper steel alternatives.

Why do you all buy lighter track wheels and how much weight do you think you guys save, may be 10 lbs total, if all that?

I have no idea why people feel so hostile about the PCCB's? Just seeing some one mentioning they have Ceramics brings out all the hatred towards them?

Why?
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Old 12-10-2012, 11:28 PM
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It's not hatred. It's the fact that we are on a 'discussion' board and when an individual definitively states that ceramics are a) better and/or b) add value to a car, a discussion on the topic is bound to arise.
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Old 12-10-2012, 11:43 PM
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All OP asked was, LV Dell does your car has Ceramics? Not once it was mentioned one was better than the other?

Ceramics definately were an expensive option just like X50 was in a 996 TT or the CF seats in some GT2 etc etc.

The point is, for us street wussies, the ceramics seems to suit us and for you track rats, they don't, period.

Would you or would you not pay extra for options like sport seats, deviated stitiching, CF seats etc etc?

I think we should let OP sell his car rather than making this thread into PCCB's vs Regular brakes?
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