Now here's something you don't see, uh, well, ever. Someone in the Netherlands is selling for a cool $2.9 million (€2.4 million). Or, you can buy one of the 18 for just $162,000 (€134,500).
All of the GT3s available are identical in spec, equipped with roll cages and bucket seats. Their red brake calipers indicate that these cars are fitted with Porsche's standard steel brakes, rather than the automaker's upgraded carbon ceramic units. The seller also mentions that each car has been fitted with six-point harnesses.
We’re not exactly sure how much the original purchaser would have paid for these cars new in the Netherlands in 2015, but a similarly equipped model would've cost a little over $130,000 here.
These cars were all built in 2015, and apparently, they've never been driven, which indicates a puzzling scenario. After all, how do you end up with a fleet of GT3s and never drive them? Well, comes from the person who alerted us to this odd listing on Twitter. They claim that these cars were bought for use by a racetrack that was never built. Given the spec of these cars, that sounds reasonable.
Regardless of how this fleet came together, it represents an incredible opportunity. Just think of the possibilities! We'd be mighty tempted to start a one-make race series with these cars.
And they're great cars too. Don't forget, the 991.1 GT3 was our 2015 Performance Car of the Year.
We've reached out to the seller to learn more about this interesting offer, and we'll update if we hear back. In the meantime, we're going to daydream about what we'd do with this fleet.