Flawless PTS 2018 Porsche 911 GT3 Is One Mean Green Machine

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2018 Porsche 911 GT3 Front in Viper Green

Custom-painted Porsche 911 GT3 is practically new, with only 400 miles on the odometer.

If you have been searching for a very-lightly-used 2018 Porsche 911 GT3 in a rare color, you are in luck. Forum member “Blazed” has his paint-to-sample 991.2 GT3 listed in the marketplace and thanks to a combination of low mileage and a $23,000 paint correction job, this 911 might actually be nicer than it was the day that it rolled off of the assembly line.

With a current asking price of $212,000, this car comes with a bit of a seller’s premium, but based on what the OP has seen in terms of used pricing of the 991.2 GT3, he is basically asking market price.

2018 Porsche 911 GT3 Rear Corner in Viper Green

The Introduction

When the OP first listed his 2018 Porsche 911 GT3 for sale, he provided the following information.

I’m considering parting ways with my GT3 for the right offer as I’ve received an allocation for a ‘19 GT3 RS. The car is perfect and I’m very impressed with it in every way possible, but I’d prefer to use the funds toward the new 3RS rather than keep both. Needless to say the car is essentially brand new with just over 300 miles. This will rise very slowly as my work schedule is very hectic right now and I’m unable to drive the car as much as I’d like. It has never been redlined or driven in an abusive manner and is always garage kept. I had a very thorough professional detail and paint correction done when it first arrived so the paint is perfect, as is the interior.

This GT3 is fully loaded with all the right options and has a very high MSRP of $190k (taxes/fees, registration, and paint correction cost me an additional $23k). This is a rare opportunity for someone as the car is well priced for the current market. I know it’s been said before but pictures do this color absolutely no justice! Viper Green is stunning in person and is incredibly vibrant, much more so than other shades of green. I really love the new .2 GT3 and have never been so happy with a car purchase! If anyone is genuinely interested and would like more info or pics please feel free to contact me anytime. This is a private party sale so most buyers pay no sales tax depending on location of residence.

2018 Porsche 911 GT3 Interior

Stunning GT3

As you can see in the images here, this 991.2 Porsche 911 GT3 looks incredible from every angle. The OP calls it “Kermit the Hulk” and between the radiant Viper Green paint and the 500 horsepower engine mated to a manual transmission, it is a powerful, green monster for sure.

In addition to the bright green custom paint and the yellow brake calipers, this car features a black-and-grey interior chock full of leather and suede, but the exterior view is clearly the star of this show. Then again, with only 400 miles since the car was built and a $23,000 paint correction, it should be beautiful.

2018 Porsche 911 GT3 Front Corner in Viper Green

Pricing Figures

Unfortunately, the OP doesn’t list the options on the vehicle, but with his statement of the car being “fully loaded”, we can assume that it has every major option offered. As mentioned, the car has an MSRP in the $190,000 range and when you add in the cost of paint correction, the OP has over $213,000 invested in the car. At first, he was asking $220,000, presenting a premium over MSRP of roughly $35,000, but with the price dropping to $212,000 at the last update, the seller’s premium has dropped to roughly $27,000.

2018 Porsche 911 GT3 Side in Viper Green

However, for someone looking to get into a 2018 Porsche 911 GT3 in a rare paint-to-sample color, this is a great chance to score a unique German sports car.

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