2005.5 Porsche 997 GT3 Cup For Sale
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This clean, straight and well maintained 2005 Porsche GT3 Cup boasts a Porsche Motorsport built drivetrain, possesses SCCA and PCA logbooks, and recently received significant and expensive mechanical upgrades. Furthermore, the racer is absolutely turn key and ready to win, today, in either SCCA or PCA competition. It is available at our Charleston, SC facility for
First owned and campaigned by NGT Motorsport, this GT3 Cup received impeccable maintenance before being sold on to a doctor—who ultimately never raced the car—and then finally the current owner. When the current owner took delivery the GT3 Cup was in very good shape with fresh paint—reportedly applied after the removal of a vinyl wrap came away with some of the car’s original paint—straight panels and a fresh and expensive Porsche Motorsport North America drivetrain rebuild.
Not content with this very, very good car, however, the current owner then added and updated several items at a considerable expense and prepped the car for both SCCA and PCA competition. The GT3’s current spec is as follows:
- New flywheel and Sachs clutch w/ 1 PCA race
- New “Black” Axles w/ 1 PCA race
- New throttle cable
- New OEM Porsche race steering wheel with flip hub adapter
- New Schroth cup belts
- Freshly rebuilt air jacks
- Fresh brake pads front and rear w/ 1 PCA race
- Freshly sealed BBS wheels
- Fresh corner weight and alignment at Autometrics Motorsports
- Fresh fire bottle
- Porsche Motorsport throttle blipper
- RaceTech seat
- Motorola Radio
- Motec ADL and beacon
- Helmet blower
- Later-model 997 Cup muffler and Bumper
- Windshield clips and rear window straps (as per SCCA rules)
- Driver’s side window net
- Removable passenger seat w/ removable harness and Brey-Krause shoulder harness bar
- Non-fuel cell car (race legal and avoids the cost of replacing an out-of-date $7,000 fuel cell bladder)
- Removable exhaust turnouts for sound-restricted tracks
Thus equipped, this GT3 Cup ran to victory in both of the two events it entered this year (one PCA race and one SCCA race). Finally with approximately 60 hours on the engine and approximately 45 hours on the transmission, the GT3 stands ready to earn trophies for a new owner in what is still a very early racing season.
Personal inspections at our Charleston, SC facility are welcomed.