2008 Porsche 911 GT2

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This is the fastest and most powerful car that Porsche has ever released to the public. The original 530 horsepower engine has been tuned and has a custom exhaust added, putting this beast in the 630 wheel horsepower range. With a stock 0-60 time of 3.4 seconds there isn’t much that is going to keep up with this brutal machine. With sticker price of $192,560 it was $65,000 more than the turbo and the GT3 RS. The price was higher for good reason. Giving the owner confidence that it could wipe Ferraris off the face of the earth.

Interior:

From the Carbon fiber seats to the Alcantara wrapped steering wheel and shift knob there is a beautiful blend of luxury and performance. Porsche did an absolutely stunning job with this interior. Mind you there are no back seats but a bit of room for groceries if necessary. The yellow safety belts and seat stitching add a wonderful racing flair and the safecraft fire extinguisher hints that this is no ordinary Porsche. The clock, gauges and media screen are all beautifully designed. Alcantara seat centers are in great condition and offer a perfect contrast for the leather outers. This car was well maintained inside and out and it definitely shows.

Exterior:

This is one of the most aggressive body styles that Porsche has ever produced. From the aerodynamic front bumper and chin spoiler to the fighter jet like intake ducts on the rear fenders this car there is nothing about this Porsche that says “go easy on me”. The ADV 5.2 wheels really compliment the car are in great shape with new Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires. The rear tires are 325/30ZR19 and the fronts 235/35ZR19.

Drivetrain:

The 3.6-liter twin-turbocharged flat-six engine has been modified to produce close to 620 horsepower at the wheels. The USP full custom exhaust was built with all Burns Stainless products. The exhaust required a new ECU tune, which adds to the additional power. All of this power is transferred through a new Clutchmasters clutch and into the factory 6-speed gearbox. Shifts are smooth and direct and the clutch handles the power perfectly. The sensational carbon ceramic brakes come standard and are the only thing that could bring this rocket ship to a halt. All four rotors were replaced in December of 2013. This car is very mechanically sound and has been maintained properly.