2014 Porsche 911 GT3
The spiritual successor to the legendary line of RS 911s, the GT3 has been the most driver-oriented, direct, and involving variant of the 911 since its introduction during the 996 generation. The big news with the 991 generation when it appeared, besides the elimination of the traditional manual gearbox, was the all-new motor, a 3.8 liter naturally-aspirated direct-injected screamer whose 8250 RPM power peak signals what a sensational experience the car truly is. With an equally sophisticated and capable chassis built around a structure 25% stiffer than that of its predecessor, the car is a sensation underway. It is communicative and playful like few modern cars, even with the fabulously quick dual clutch transmission (Car & Driver achieved 0-60 in 3.0 seconds).
This particular car was sold new by Carlsen Porsche in Redwood City, California and has remained in the San Francisco Bay Area its entire life. Finished in GT silver with full black leather interior with 18-way adaptive sport seats, the car also has heated seats, front axle lift, sound package plus, fire extinguisher, smoking package, luggage net in passenger footwell, extended range fuel tank, LED headlights with PDLS, bluetooth, light design package, sport chrono, voice control, satellite radio, floor mats, painted key, carbon fiber interior trim and illuminated door sills, auto dimming mirrors with rain sensor, and aluminum fuel cap. The car has covered fewer than 6,000 miles and comes with books, tools, and window sticker.