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Old 09-12-2018, 07:09 PM
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Default Black 997.2 GT3RS 11K miles

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Helping a friend price his car. He has a rare 2011 PTS black GT3RS. It's basically a stripper. No nav, no pccb, etc... About 11K miles. Interior and exterior have been kept like new conditions. Zero over revs in DME, 4 owners. What do you think it'll go for in this market?
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Old 09-12-2018, 07:27 PM
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At least $120k. Where should I wire the money?
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Old 09-12-2018, 08:04 PM
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Cool spec. I have that exact spec RS sitting on my desk. That's a rare sight!
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Old 09-12-2018, 08:23 PM
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Dumb question but how can black be PTS?
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Old 09-12-2018, 08:30 PM
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997.2 RS only came in four colors and black was not one of them. It was PTS only.
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Old 09-12-2018, 08:40 PM
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Huh... that's interesting... sounds like a nice car. (sorry I'm not help for speculating on a price. experts will chime in I'm sure.)
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Old 09-12-2018, 08:42 PM
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I would say list it for $169,900 and plan on somewhere above $150k. I just bought one 2 weeks ago.....
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Old 09-12-2018, 09:59 PM
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Originally Posted by joejenie View Post
I would say list it for $169,900 and plan on somewhere above $150k. I just bought one 2 weeks ago.....
Very well stated. I understand we are now 3-5 years past the peak .2 RS days but this is PTS and is in the good mileage range. No PCCB effects some. I might list it a little higher than that at 175K and see where you go from there. Easy to negotiate down. That said, I do not recommend selling a .2 RS! And I sure wouldn't let it go for anywhere near 150K! These will no doubt continue to rise, at what rate or how high who knows, but they will only go up in time IMO.

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Let them make a turbo GT3RS you will see what will happen to the 997 RS. .

You will be sorry you sold right now.
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Originally Posted by Mr. Adair View Post
Very well stated. I understand we are now 3-5 years past the peak .2 RS days but this is PTS and is in the good mileage range. No PCCB effects some. I might list it a little higher than that at 175K and see where you go from there. Easy to negotiate down. That said, I do not recommend selling a .2 RS! And I sure wouldn't let it go for anywhere near 150K! These will no doubt continue to rise, at what rate or how high who knows, but they will only go up in time IMO.
I understand what you are saying and I agree because I bought one! But the market today is currently a little soft it seems. Watched these cars for several months and nothing changed (same ones still for sale). Asking prices aren't selling prices. I think the 991.1 dropping the last few months has put pressure on the 997 cars to go down as well. Tough to pay $180-200k for a 997 when you can get a 991 that is 5 years newer for $190-200k. Yes, I understand stick shift, etc., but a newer car is a newer car for a lot of people. I did look at the black one that was posted above and his $220 price is advertised at $199k on another site (very nice car, but a stripper which isn't want I wanted). I did get a very good deal on my car I felt, but I could have bought several stripers for $150-160k. More optioned up models (with PCCBs) were running more in the 170-190k range. Just depends on what you want. I ended up paying less than MSRP which was the goal all along.
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pm me if you know of a stripper w/ no STDs
only LWB and PCCB
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Originally Posted by joejenie View Post
I understand what you are saying and I agree because I bought one! But the market today is currently a little soft it seems. Watched these cars for several months and nothing changed (same ones still for sale). Asking prices aren't selling prices. I think the 991.1 dropping the last few months has put pressure on the 997 cars to go down as well. Tough to pay $180-200k for a 997 when you can get a 991 that is 5 years newer for $190-200k. Yes, I understand stick shift, etc., but a newer car is a newer car for a lot of people. I did look at the black one that was posted above and his $220 price is advertised at $199k on another site (very nice car, but a stripper which isn't want I wanted). I did get a very good deal on my car I felt, but I could have bought several stripers for $150-160k. More optioned up models (with PCCBs) were running more in the 170-190k range. Just depends on what you want. I ended up paying less than MSRP which was the goal all along.
Agree with all you have said except: 991 GT3/RS buyers are not the same as 997 GT3/RS buyers. Yes a small percentage go back and forth and yes, the market is now softer overall because the market is FLOODED with all of the 991 GT car iterations. Making all of the 997 cars worth more in the end. If he needs to sell it then let it go..
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Old 09-13-2018, 03:35 PM
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Originally Posted by Nine1won View Post
997.2 RS only came in four colors and black was not one of them. It was PTS only.
Im drawing a blank on the fourth color. Ive seen plenty of grey and white ones, a few aqua blues.... whats the fourth color?
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