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Old 03-11-2017, 12:15 PM
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Default GT3 Manual is back... don't buy any 997 GT3 anytime soon...

Did anyone on here hear? Porsche brought the manual in the GT3! May want to wait a little before buying a 997 GT3, the prices will probably dip somewhat.

http://www.roadandtrack.com/car-show...11-gt3-manual/


I haven't seen a picture of an actual 991 GT3 manual yet, and if you try to build it on their website, there is no option for a manual. That said, R&T is quite reputable.
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Old 03-11-2017, 12:25 PM
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Ugghh okay
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Originally Posted by FLT6SPD View Post
Ugghh okay
he is right you know
997 is slower, very expensive to maintain, and needs to be pinned.
ppl should line up for 991GT3.



mike you and i can buy another 10 7.1 7.2 each. i still need to fill up my place. 8 more spots ;-)
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Old 03-11-2017, 12:53 PM
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997 GT3 will not dip.
Another car, same name. Drive both and you know why.
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It depends what you want. They are not apple to apples.

Ive owned a 991 GT3 but I like the looks, feel and sound of a 997.
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Please go back to f chat.
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Old 03-11-2017, 01:30 PM
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i think you are dreaming .. these cars can't be compared .. drive them both back to back and you will understand .. the 997's will always be worth the money
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Funny you say that. I am waiting to see if I can get an allocation for a 991.2 GT3. Then I started looking at the 997.1 GT3RS in orange and green and thought to myself...man I'd rather spend the money on that. Hope you are right and I can get my hands on a 997.1 GT3RS for a slightly more reasonable price.
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We need a Zillow app for gt3 prices because perceived market value of one's car is paramount. I'll quietly put another dozen track days on my old 997 this year.
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Thank you for the advice. Can we close the thread now?
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There might be something to the statement that prices on 997.3 will be impacted with 991.2gt3!
But, hopefully most guys buy the 997.3 to drive and not to make money.
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Lol best thread ever!
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Originally Posted by mooty View Post
he is right you know
997 is slower, very expensive to maintain, and needs to be pinned.
ppl should line up for 991GT3.



mike you and i can buy another 10 7.1 7.2 each. i still need to fill up my place. 8 more spots ;-)
sell me your 997 at a good price for you- please ~
hurry before it's worth 0 I'll give you msrp $!
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Originally Posted by blackonblack
Did anyone on here hear? Porsche brought the manual in the GT3! May want to wait a little before buying a 997 GT3, the prices will probably dip somewhat.

http://www.roadandtrack.com/car-show...11-gt3-manual/


I haven't seen a picture of an actual 991 GT3 manual yet, and if you try to build it on their website, there is no option for a manual. That said, R&T is quite reputable.
I legitimately can't tell you are really good at sarcasm or letting the 997 GT forum know that we landed a man on the moon in '69?
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