The 911 GT3 996 wowed the audience at the Geneva Auto Show as the successor of the 911 Carrera RS (993 model). The GT3 is a sporty niche model with dry-sump lubrication and separate oil tank and was also available as a Club sport model for use on the racetrack. The 911 Turbo (996 model), presented in 1999 at the IAA in Frankfurt, was the first model in the Porsche Turbo generation also available with 5-gear Tiptronic S. Parallel to this model, Porsche presented the Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake “PCCB” as the first of its kind in the world. The new 3.6 litre engine of the optimized 911 Carrera (996 model) has been available since September 2001, impressing the market with its variable valve stroke and 320 hp performance. A new model range of the 911 GT3 was available to purchase from dealers. The engine performance of the extreme sport model with the dominant rear wing was increased to 381 hp through increased speed. In late summer 2003, a Porsche 911 Turbo was launched as a Cabriolet for the first time since 1987. The Porsche 911 GT3 RS with on-road approval was also available as a base for motor sport events. This particular GT3 is in fantastic condition both mechanically and cosmetically. The 996-gen.2 GT3 is one of the purest and most exhilarating modern day 911s to drive and offers huge thrills and driver satisfaction. This sensational car, with 4 previous owners, 69,662 miles comes with a great specification including Bucket Seats, unmarked 18” GT3 alloys and more.