Wheres all the GT3s for sale?

Wheres all the GT3s for sale?

Author
Discussion

av185

13,743 posts

94 months

Tuesday 20th April
quotequote all
cayman-black said:
11.5 k prob highest mileage UK gen 2 even for 2017 first run car.

Miami with red interior and stitching also a poor combo and slow seller my OPC had a flipped cs car same as this spec in early in 2018 and it hung around for ages due to the combo whilst others sold straightaway.

Melvynr

921 posts

18 months

Tuesday 20th April
quotequote all
Shows how sad some people are to only put 11.5k miles on an almost 4 year old car.

2 sold recently on the OPC with over 11.5k and 10.5k, did not effect the price as had the full spec against a couple of cars around the 5 and 7 k mark with out the full spec whatever that might be.

Edited by Melvynr on Tuesday 20th April 19:20

CloudStuff

2,717 posts

71 months

Tuesday 20th April
quotequote all
Melvynr said:
Shows how sad some people are to only put 11.5k miles on an almost 4 year old car.

2 sold recently on the OPC with over 11.5k and 10.5k, did not effect the price as had the full spec against a couple of cars around the 5 and 7 k mark with out the full spec whatever that might be.

Edited by Melvynr on Tuesday 20th April 19:20
I fear that I have ruined mine already. Collected on 29 March with 5800 miles. It's now on 7300 miles.

I feel so guilty - at this rate it will be worth pennies by the autumn.

Melvynr

921 posts

18 months

Wednesday 21st April
quotequote all
CloudStuff said:
I fear that I have ruined mine already. Collected on 29 March with 5800 miles. It's now on 7300 miles.

I feel so guilty - at this rate it will be worth pennies by the autumn.
Ha, I very much doubt that , you've got to filter the sh!t out on here to the ones who use there cars.Enjoy your miles = smiles.

john-j4ty0

6 posts

9 months

Wednesday 21st April
quotequote all
av185 said:
cayman-black said:
11.5 k prob highest mileage UK gen 2 even for 2017 first run car.

Miami with red interior and stitching also a poor combo and slow seller my OPC had a flipped cs car same as this spec in early in 2018 and it hung around for ages due to the combo whilst others sold straightaway.
i guess thats what makes us all different i like the colour combo although the interior of this one did make me twitch a bit and has hung around a while
https://www.suttoncarsalesltd.co.uk/search_page.ph...

GT4RS

2,753 posts

164 months

Friday 23rd April
quotequote all
A very low mileage, full main service history, manual club sport has just been advertised at Ashgood at a retail price £136k for the ones looking to buy.

Won’t hang around for long as they know how to sell cars rather than being a storage unit!

https://www.ashgood.co.uk/vehicle-details/Used-Por...


Cheib

20,550 posts

142 months

Friday 23rd April
quotequote all
GT4RS said:
A very low mileage, full main service history, manual club sport has just been advertised at Ashgood at a retail price £136k for the ones looking to buy.

Won’t hang around for long as they know how to sell cars rather than being a storage unit!

https://www.ashgood.co.uk/vehicle-details/Used-Por...
Looks like a low spec car (no PCCB’s) so over list. I looked last night, there are two 991.2 GT3’s in OPC network...out of 600 plus cars delivered....JZM don’t have a single vanilla GT3 of any generation n stock. World’s gone GT3 mad !

CloudStuff

2,717 posts

71 months

Friday 23rd April
quotequote all
GT4RS said:
A very low mileage, full main service history, manual club sport has just been advertised at Ashgood at a retail price £136k for the ones looking to buy.

Won’t hang around for long as they know how to sell cars rather than being a storage unit!

https://www.ashgood.co.uk/vehicle-details/Used-Por...
And it's done 55 miles in 18 months. FFS!

Deansfield

138 posts

71 months

Friday 23rd April
quotequote all
GT4RS said:
A very low mileage, full main service history, manual club sport has just been advertised at Ashgood at a retail price £136k for the ones looking to buy.

Won’t hang around for long as they know how to sell cars rather than being a storage unit!

https://www.ashgood.co.uk/vehicle-details/Used-Por...
Agreed they do seem to move cars quickly
BUT I’m thinking at £136 you’ll see this one there for quite a while !

av185

13,743 posts

94 months

Friday 23rd April
quotequote all
Cheib said:
GT4RS said:
A very low mileage, full main service history, manual club sport has just been advertised at Ashgood at a retail price £136k for the ones looking to buy.

Won’t hang around for long as they know how to sell cars rather than being a storage unit!

https://www.ashgood.co.uk/vehicle-details/Used-Por...
Looks like a low spec car (no PCCB’s) so over list. I looked last night, there are two 991.2 GT3’s in OPC network...out of 600 plus cars delivered....JZM don’t have a single vanilla GT3 of any generation n stock. World’s gone GT3 mad !
Yep low spec early run 2017 car with steels and poss no extended leather so £15k over list price. Number of owners not specified btw.

Good value bearing in mind as you say only 2 OPC cars left as 2 pccb OPC cars sold in the past few days at mid to upper £140ks.

av185

13,743 posts

94 months

Friday 23rd April
quotequote all
Deansfield said:
Agreed they do seem to move cars quickly
BUT I’m thinking at £136 you’ll see this one there for quite a while !
Doubtful can't think why it is good value even with low spec.

They are selling straightaway approaching £150k now good spec with ceramics. A few cars have sold even before advertised.

hunter 66

3,432 posts

187 months

Friday 23rd April
quotequote all
I would still spec Steels every time especially now with the new ones , but then like most EU buyers I tend to use my cars a lot . Especially the cars get older . As a hard user of cars buying for the second hard market makes no sense because the biggest no no in the UK used market is Mileage !!! There are many cars around at running in numbers after a few years

Edited by hunter 66 on Friday 23 April 08:28

TDT

3,004 posts

86 months

Friday 23rd April
quotequote all
hunter 66 said:
I would still spec Steels every time especially now with the new ones , but then like most EU buyers I tend to use my cars a lot . Especially the cars get older . As a hard user of cars buying for the second hard market makes no sense because the biggest no no in the UK used market is Mileage !!! There are many cars around at running in numbers after a few years

Edited by hunter 66 on Friday 23 April 08:28
Agree.

PCCB aren’t even real carbon discs so need some care and regular replacement of the pads @50% to protect the rotor veneer.
Better off with Steels or full carbon discs (like surface transforms) if you’re actually using the car as a driving tool regularly on track.
Finding most track day people are taking the PCCB rotors off at the earliest opportunity.

I personally would NOT pay a premium for a PCCB car as they’d be coming straight off anyway. But at least you might get your money back, because the next person might believe.

Edited by TDT on Friday 23 April 08:40

isaldiri

12,571 posts

135 months

Friday 23rd April
quotequote all
TDT said:
PCCB aren’t even real carbon discs so need some care and regular replacement of the pads @50% to protect the rotor veneer.
Better off with Steels or full carbon discs (like surface transforms) if you’re actually using the car as a driving tool regularly on track.
Um, pedant alert. Surface transforms are not 'full carbon discs' but carbon ceramic and simply that the disc material is more homogeneous than the SGL produced PCCBs.

True 'full carbon' discs are carbon carbon ones as used in lmp/single seater racing which afaik no one has managed to get suitable for use on the road.

TDT

3,004 posts

86 months

Friday 23rd April
quotequote all
isaldiri said:
TDT said:
PCCB aren’t even real carbon discs so need some care and regular replacement of the pads @50% to protect the rotor veneer.
Better off with Steels or full carbon discs (like surface transforms) if you’re actually using the car as a driving tool regularly on track.
Um, pedant alert. Surface transforms are not 'full carbon discs' but carbon ceramic and simply that the disc material is more homogeneous than the SGL produced PCCBs.

True 'full carbon' discs are carbon carbon ones as used in lmp/single seater racing which afaik no one has managed to get suitable for use on the road.
Hehe, Hawkeye lives!... ok, stand corrected.... on the full carbon.

Are you back in the saddle this season?]

Edited by TDT on Friday 23 April 09:13

isaldiri

12,571 posts

135 months

Friday 23rd April
quotequote all
TDT said:
Are you back in the saddle this season?]
Definitely but I wasn't out last season anyway! did 2 days despite all the damned mess and think my feet still work so definitely planning to catch up this year. At SS with another pher on the 31st may I think.....

ChrisW.

4,078 posts

222 months

Friday 23rd April
quotequote all
isaldiri said:
Um, pedant alert. Surface transforms are not 'full carbon discs' but carbon ceramic and simply that the disc material is more homogeneous than the SGL produced PCCBs.

True 'full carbon' discs are carbon carbon ones as used in lmp/single seater racing which afaik no one has managed to get suitable for use on the road.
I can tell you that ST's run much cooler than PCCB's ... so whether full carbon or not they certainly transfer the heat away from the pads and cool much better than PCCB's. They are also skimmable if chipped, etc. Pedant indeed smile !

Cheib

20,550 posts

142 months

Saturday 24th April
quotequote all
A set os ST brakes is £9k so fitted north of £10k I assume ? You’re not far off the cost of a replacement set of PCCB discs at that level ? I guess it’s all about how they actually perform...if they are as you guys say that much better on track in terms of performance/robustness then I guess it is worth it if you do track your car a lot.

TDT

3,004 posts

86 months

Saturday 24th April
quotequote all
9k for the full set of ST, Front & Rear.
Isn’t it 10k per axle for PCCB?

993rsr

2,697 posts

216 months

Saturday 24th April
quotequote all
ChrisW. said:
isaldiri said:
Um, pedant alert. Surface transforms are not 'full carbon discs' but carbon ceramic and simply that the disc material is more homogeneous than the SGL produced PCCBs.

True 'full carbon' discs are carbon carbon ones as used in lmp/single seater racing which afaik no one has managed to get suitable for use on the road.
I can tell you that ST's run much cooler than PCCB's ... so whether full carbon or not they certainly transfer the heat away from the pads and cool much better than PCCB's. They are also skimmable if chipped, etc. Pedant indeed smile !
The system ST rotors are homogenous they are constructed entirely of carbon ceramic material whereas all of the Brembo SGL carbon rotors have a laminated friction surface of the carbon ceramic material.

This is why the SGL rotors can be re-faced, also the carbon ceramic material is different to the ‘chopped’ method SGL use in that it’s layered and woven which makes it more able to dissipate heat and resist wear.

I had a very early set of ST rotors maybe 10 years ago, very interesting technology from a UK company.