Wheres all the GT3s for sale?

Wheres all the GT3s for sale?

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peeler

169 posts

200 months

Friday 30th April
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Melvynr said:
Beat that for an option.

Seen your track ready GT3 in Peel yesterday, the crayon really suits that car perfect

Melvynr

916 posts

18 months

Friday 30th April
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Did you, must of been Weds morning I had it out for a run down to Peel.Yes, I think it’s a great colour and catches all sorts of diff light.It’s very good to keep clean as well I find, hasn’t been washed in say 500 miles.I passed your old Crayon Gt4 as well at Sulby, looked the nuts 🥜

Cheib

20,546 posts

142 months

Friday 30th April
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cayman-black said:
That looks fantastic Cheib.
Cheers ! Tempted by some pepita seat inserts

ChrisW.

4,078 posts

222 months

Friday 30th April
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Yes Pepita does look good ...

Melvynr

916 posts

18 months

Friday 30th April
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How much does Pepita charge, have you a pic of her

braddo

7,750 posts

155 months

Friday 30th April
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One has to hand it to Porsche, they have caused an awful lot of expensive brain power of their customers to be engaged, but wasted, on the colour of seatbelts and trim stitching. laugh

I'm not sure there is any interior that is enhanced by bright-coloured 3-point seatbelts. boxedin

But each to their own. beer

RC1

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3,983 posts

186 months

Monday 7th June
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this looks good for anyone in the market
https://www.pistonheads.com/buy/listing/11795268?u...

crucially, it is owned by a PH'er

Digga

33,042 posts

250 months

Wednesday 9th June
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RC1 said:
this looks good for anyone in the market
https://www.pistonheads.com/buy/listing/11795268?u...

crucially, it is owned by a PH'er
Beautiful. If I didn’t have one already...

RC1

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3,983 posts

186 months

Wednesday 9th June
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Digga said:
Beautiful. If I didn’t have one already...
spare one just in case?

john-j4ty0

6 posts

9 months

Sunday 13th June
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just wondering with 991 gen 2 prices soaring upwards (great car who can argue) due to warmer weather which always sees prices move upwards / shortage of supply and reading the GT3 992 topic (pg110) and the possibility of anywhere between 120 to 700 992 gt3 cars being delivered this year and owners therefore trading in / selling their 991's will there be a greater supply later this year and (hopefully) prices falling back to last autumnal/winter prices ? ( I am really hoping )

Cheib

20,546 posts

142 months

Sunday 13th June
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john-j4ty0 said:
just wondering with 991 gen 2 prices soaring upwards (great car who can argue) due to warmer weather which always sees prices move upwards / shortage of supply and reading the GT3 992 topic (pg110) and the possibility of anywhere between 120 to 700 992 gt3 cars being delivered this year and owners therefore trading in / selling their 991's will there be a greater supply later this year and (hopefully) prices falling back to last autumnal/winter prices ? ( I am really hoping )
Think most 991.2 GT3’s are now in the hands of their second or third owners so whilst there will be obviously some trading in I don’t think it’s going to be massive. I actually think 991.2 RS prices have been stagnant because of this as it’s the last GT car delivered by OPC’s so it’s the one the favoured OPC customers have in their garages….or did.



av185

13,731 posts

94 months

Sunday 13th June
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john-j4ty0 said:
just wondering with 991 gen 2 prices soaring upwards (great car who can argue) due to warmer weather which always sees prices move upwards / shortage of supply and reading the GT3 992 topic (pg110) and the possibility of anywhere between 120 to 700 992 gt3 cars being delivered this year and owners therefore trading in / selling their 991's will there be a greater supply later this year and (hopefully) prices falling back to last autumnal/winter prices ? ( I am really hoping )
There will be only around 120 GT3s this year the balance coming next year and 2023 subject to all the supply chains and covid issues gradually getting back to normal.

As ever the time to buy any car including Porsche is November or December but prices generally are becoming less seasonal overall and with each OPC only receiving a few 992s this year and the way prices are heading they ate anticipated to remain strong until Autumn 2023 at least.