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Old 07-15-2017, 02:31 PM
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Just curious if anyone has any of the 911 GT1 streetversion's that were made to homologate the race cars of 96, 97, and 1998?. Per the an old Southby's listing (2012) - Also note that chassis nos. 001, 002, and 003 are street version GT1s with the round 993-style headlights. Nos. 004–022 were delivered with the later 996-style headlights. This car is the second 996-style GT1 street version with 544 hp. http://www.rmsothebys.com/mo12/monte...ersion/1052631

It looks like the most recent sale was Amelia island (3/2017) for $5.6M.

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I wish. GT1 makes the CGT seem as common as a Buick.
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I wish. GT1 makes the CGT seem as common as a Buick.
LOL.. They are certainly rare. I only wish they used the CGT in the 911 GT1 (993) streetversion. From my understanding the CGT motor was to be used in their next GT1/ LMP car were they to stay racing in Le Mans.
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There only two 993 strassenversion gt1
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Thanks for sharing Mark. I did not know that. When do you anticipate the website will be complete? I also checked out your other website - pcnalocator.com.... this is great. I can't believe i didn't know about that.
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LOL.. They are certainly rare. I only wish they used the CGT in the 911 GT1 (993) streetversion. From my understanding the CGT motor was to be used in their next GT1/ LMP car were they to stay racing in Le Mans.
I can't imagine that Porsche would have ever put anything but a flat 6 in any 911 regardless of the purpose. And yes, the cgt motor came from an aborted LeMans effort.
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Thanks for sharing Mark. I did not know that. When do you anticipate the website will be complete? I also checked out your other website - pcnalocator.com.... this is great. I can't believe i didn't know about that.
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Actually these are the site links with detailed color counts ... go to VINS pages

http://993gt2evo.com
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Originally Posted by Flachbau View Post
Wish I had any time to complete the five unfinished sites and add them to the rareporsches.com collection. See others below ...

Will be soft launching pcnalocator.com by end of month. Just integrating Experian AutoCheck data now.

Come see us at PCA's Werks Reunion August 18 ... we will have a booth there.

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964 3.8 RSR http://concoursbyappointment.com/1993-964-3-8-rsr/
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993 RSR http://concoursbyappointment.com/199798-993-rsr/
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993 GT2 ‘EVO’ Strassenversion http://concoursbyappointment.com/199...rassenversion/
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Wow Mark these websites are incredible. Excellent work.
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I owned 1 of the 2 993 Strassenversions. RIck Deman from Deman Motorsports did a boatload of great work in securing the car, and then overhauling the car, motor, etc. i only owned it for 2,3 years. it was sold to a gent in AbuDhabi who built the F1 track. was fantastic to own but like way way too much car, too risky to drive around. there were some race 993 GT1s, Rohr had one. i had his 993 GT2 EVO race car,a nd then was able to secure some bodywork, doors, hood from his old GT1 race car which literally was found in a barn. the guy who found it had no idea what it all was. i think i paid like 6k for 2 doors, hood, rear decklid and front undertray.

miss that car. if anyone needs info on those 993 GT1s feel free to PM me or deman.

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Originally Posted by spg993tt View Post
I owned 1 of the 2 993 Strassenversions. RIck Deman from Deman Motorsports did a boatload of great work in securing the car, and then overhauling the car, motor, etc. i only owned it for 2,3 years. it was sold to a gent in AbuDhabi who built the F1 track. was fantastic to own but like way way too much car, too risky to drive around. there were some race 993 GT1s, Rohr had one. i had his 993 GT2 EVO race car,a nd then was able to secure some bodywork, doors, hood from his old GT1 race car which literally was found in a barn. the guy who found it had no idea what it all was. i think i paid like 6k for 2 doors, hood, rear decklid and front undertray.

miss that car. if anyone needs info on those 993 GT1s feel free to PM me or deman.

It was written up in Excellence.
I had posted a few photos of it here: https://flic.kr/s/aHskXLZP9u
That is absolutely amazing that you owned a 911 GT1 let alone one of the 2 993 versions. I can't imagine what it was like to own one of those cars. Thanks for sharing some pictures. Was it imported to the US under the "show and display" exception? If so, what is the limit of amount of mileage you can put on the car on a yearly basis? 2k miles?
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it was imported by the previous owner under show and display if i recall. and then somewhere int here, they got that 'removed'?? if i recall. ill look at my paperwork and see if i can find any.

there was a series of books covering the 993 gT1s and 996GT1s. was great. i had two copies of . very rare and great stuff.

crazy, in googling some stuff, ran into this video. never really knew exactly who bought it or where it ended up. there was a big fancy brokeraeg firm from the UK that handled everything. flew over 2 guys to inspect. spent 2 hours going thru the car. flew back. got a call an hour later, they forgot to snap the engine serial #. flew back the 2 that night...walked in, took 10 photos and was gone 10 minutes later, flying home. wired money next day.

anyway, crazy i ran into this video. you can se ethe GT1 and even more wild, he has those GT1 Race car spares, doors, hood, on the wall, u can see them on the ground in my photos... flashback.

but thats like remembering when you owned yahoo at 6 cents a share 15 years ago.... better to just rremember the fond stuff and move on.
was a fun car. took it on track twice. handled like a fat cat 911. a real prototype of a prototype.



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That is absolutely amazing that you owned a 911 GT1 let alone one of the 2 993 versions. I can't imagine what it was like to own one of those cars. Thanks for sharing some pictures. Was it imported to the US under the "show and display" exception? If so, what is the limit of amount of mileage you can put on the car on a yearly basis? 2k miles?
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Originally Posted by spg993tt View Post
I owned 1 of the 2 993 Strassenversions. RIck Deman from Deman Motorsports did a boatload of great work in securing the car, and then overhauling the car, motor, etc. i only owned it for 2,3 years. it was sold to a gent in AbuDhabi who built the F1 track. was fantastic to own but like way way too much car, too risky to drive around. there were some race 993 GT1s, Rohr had one. i had his 993 GT2 EVO race car,a nd then was able to secure some bodywork, doors, hood from his old GT1 race car which literally was found in a barn. the guy who found it had no idea what it all was. i think i paid like 6k for 2 doors, hood, rear decklid and front undertray.

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I had posted a few photos of it here
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Originally Posted by spg993tt View Post
I owned 1 of the 2 993 Strassenversions. RIck Deman from Deman Motorsports did a boatload of great work in securing the car, and then overhauling the car, motor, etc. i only owned it for 2,3 years. it was sold to a gent in AbuDhabi who built the F1 track. was fantastic to own but like way way too much car, too risky to drive around. there were some race 993 GT1s, Rohr had one. i had his 993 GT2 EVO race car,a nd then was able to secure some bodywork, doors, hood from his old GT1 race car which literally was found in a barn. the guy who found it had no idea what it all was. i think i paid like 6k for 2 doors, hood, rear decklid and front undertray.

miss that car. if anyone needs info on those 993 GT1s feel free to PM me or deman.

It was written up in Excellence.
I had posted a few photos of it here: https://flic.kr/s/aHskXLZP9u
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Do you confirm that your car's VIN was wp0zzz99zvs396002?
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