997.2 GT3


Over $30,000 in recent maintenance & tasteful upgrades, Meteor Grey Metallic, Last year of 997.2 generation, Ceramic brakes, Carbon bucket seats, Suede lower dash, Very clean.


Lately, Porsche purists have been flocking to the 997 Porsche generation and for a good reason. It seems that newer 911s have been put on steroids from the engine size to the overall length and width. While Porsche has been able to offset this size gain but making a faster car, true Porsche enthusiasts prefer the more petite and pure scale of the 997. This 2011 Porsche, being almost ten years old, is no slouch thanks to 435 horsepower via a 3.8-liter engine. This example is in overall excellent condition. Seeing a well cared for 25,000 miles, it is neither too little or too many. It has seen a 25,000, 22,000, 20,000, 18,000, and 17,000 mile service under its current owner. See below for details. In addition to the well-attended servicing, it has seen some tasteful upgrades including; GMG RSR roll bar, Numeric racing billet shifter and shifter cables. GT3 RS 4.0 clutch and flywheel, Guard LSD clutch pack, Porsche 4.0.1 Ring & Pinion, Dundon Motorsports Harmonic Balancer and belt, rear adjustable upper link kit (dog bones) and rear adjustable toe steer kit. The transmission was torn down by Bill Radar Motorsports in Las Vegas in 2017.
Make sure to youtube his name for some neat videos. He installed a Porsche motorsport 4.0 ring and pinion, replaced all the bearings, inspected all of the gears/shafts, and replaced the LSD clutch packs with Guard units. Porsche of Lehi reinstalled the transmission along with a new RS 4.0 clutch & flywheel. If you didn’t know the reason why everyone raves about the GT3 RS it’s because of the better gearing resulting from the ring and pinion. The GT3 RS has a 3.8:1 Ring and Pinion and the GT3 CUP has the 4.0:1 ring and Pinion. This setup is the Motorsports CUP version. It makes the car put down more power in the lower gears plus keeps the car in that “sweet spot” of the power band. Get GT3 RS performance for the price of a GT3! The prior owner had steel rotors on the car, so the ceramic rotors are in great shape. Lyfe Motorsports put them back on the vehicle in 9/2017 because the brake pads on the steels were a little too aggressive for the street/cars and coffee meetups. Lyfe Motorsports checked rotor weight and thickness (around 20k miles), and they were about 90% of new spec. This car has spent most of its time on the highway. This car is well optioned from the factory with Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes (PCCB), GT2 Carbon Fiber Bucket Seats, Front Axle Lift, Sport Exhaust, Sport Chrono, Alcantara Steering Wheel and Shifter, Alcantara Storage Lid with Porsche Crest, Alcantara Lower Dash, Alcantara Door Panels, and is being sold with two Keys, and original Manuals.

Factory Options:

Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes (PCCB)

GT2 Carbon Fiber Bucket Seats

Front Axle Lift

Sport Exhaust

Sport Chrono

Alcantara Steering Wheel and Shifter

Alcantara Storage Lid with Porsche Crest

Alcantara Lower Dash

Alcantara Door Panels

Two Keys


Upgraded Parts:

GMG RSR Rollbar in Grey $2395

Numeric Racing Billet Shifter $699

Numeric Racing 997 Shifter Cables $489

Porsche GT3 RS 4.0 Clutch and Flywheel $2795

Guard LSD Clutch Pack $750

Porsche Motorsports 4.0:1 Ring & Pinion $2500

Dundon MotorSports Harmonic Balancer and belt $1550

Rear Adjustable Upper Link Kit “Dog bones” $785

Rear Adjustable Toe Steer Kit $525

Service record summary:

Porsche of Salt Lake Service 4/19 – 25k miles

New Michilen Pilot 4S tires 

New Battery

Coolant expansion tank replacement

AC Serviced


Seat belt receptacle replaced

New Wipers

New Air filter

Oil Change

Porsche of Lehi Service 4/18 – 22k miles

Oil Change

Spark Plugs

Coil Packs

Air Filter

Ignition replaced

Brake fluid changed

Porsche of Lehi Service 4/17 – 20k miles

Oil Change

Air Filter

Porsche of Lehi Service 9/16 – 18k miles

Transmission sent to Bill Radar for Ring & Pinion, Guard LSD install

Install new Clutch/Flywheel

Install new Harmonic Balancer and replace belts

Porsche of Lehi Service 4/16 –  17k miles

Oil Change

Air Filter

new wiper blades

Brake fluid changed

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Transaction Terms

The sale can be conducted in person at the showroom in South Salt Lake, Utah, via FedEx, or digitally using DocuSign. Once a deal is established a $1,000 non-refundable deposit must be made at the time of agreement. Documents must be signed to conclude a deal. Once completed, payment can be made in the form of cashiers check, personal check, or wire transfer. The vehicle will not be released until payment is made in full and the required documents have been signed. Please note that you are responsible for the sales tax in which state you register the vehicle. If in the state of Utah Luxe Automotive Sales will collect and remit state sales tax. Payment in full must be made within 5 business days of the deposit. Luxe Automotive Sales reserves the right to sell the vehicle if these terms are not fulfilled within the stated time. ALL SALES ARE AS-IS FINAL.