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2005 Porsche 911 Supercup
2005 Porsche 911 Supercup

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2005 Porsche 911 Supercup

Designer:   Ferdinand “Butzi” Porsche

 

Sold on Bill of Sale

Engine: 3.7 Liter DOHC Horizontally opposed 6-Cylinder

6-Speed Transmission

4-Wheel Disc Brakes

 

1st Place at Nürburgring 4th at Indy and 4th Overall in The Porsche Supercup

Comes with Its Original Wagenpaß, Paper Workshop Manual, and Import Paperwork

Driven by Porsche Factory Driver Christian Menzel


 

The Model: The 911 line has always been an attempt to make the racing feel tangible on the street. Through constant refinement and painstaking development, the German engineers have made each iteration of the line smoother, more powerful and faster. The 996 saw the end of the legendary air-cooled engines and the 997 continued the new tradition Porsche had started with a series of cosmetic changes both inside and out.  

 

For those that wanted a full out racing experience from their Porsche, there was only one option, the GT3. A dual purpose design that allowed the company to homologate their aero package and served as a base for customer racing, the GT3 was a pure adrenalin pumping, corner carving, track focused Porsche, that despite the water-cooled engine, even Porsche purest couldn’t deny. If you had dreams of standing on the podium, you could order one up and hit the Porsche Supercup Series, where you would receive plenty of help from the factory, on the world’s most famous circuits.

 

The Car: Ordered as part of the Tolimit race team, this GT3 is a well documented participant in the 2005 Porsche Michelin SuperCup Series. The team competed in 11 races that season. In the skillful hands of Christian Menzel, this GT3 was able to take home a victory at the Nürburgring, as well as two more podium finishes. The team finished the season in a respectable 4th place in the overall points.


Today, this racer sits ready for the next talented driver to take the controls and put it back in victory lane. Well maintained after being retired from its Supercup career this GT3 and its 400 HP 3.7 liter flat-six need nothing but a team with the desire to win. If you are that talent and have that desire don’t let this one cross the block without raising your hand.

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