Porsche Carrera GT

Porsche Carrera GT

Have a little extra cash laying around? Always wanted a Porsche Carrera GT? But you’re an underachiever, so you only have a fifth of the $440,000 necessary purchase one (and that’s when it was new and still in production.) Well you’re finally in luck. Go to eBay and take a look at this kit car.

Porsche Carrera GT replica for sale on eBay

This replica is based on a Porsche Boxter that has been stretched 12 inches in both directions. It has been completely modified in and out to look like a 2005 Carrera GT.

Wanna buy it? Bid on eBay!

Do you know German Prince Marcus? Don’t worry, you are not the only one. For example this is the first time I hear about him, and maybe if he wasn’t the owner of a Gemballa Mirage GT I never would.

He is the owner of an incredible supercar collection, including this orange Gemballa Porsche Carrera GT. The car was crashed at the famous Paul Ricard racing circuit in France.

The Gemballa Mirage GT worths €725,000: €500,000 for the Carrera GT and €225,000 for the Gemball tuning kit.

Remember the day when you first saw a Carrera GT ? Imagine how would you feel if you have seen a dozen of them passing by!

On June 14, a group of Carrera GT owners decided to drive down from Newport Beach to Crystal Cove to Laguna Beach and then ending their drive at St. Regis Resort.

No, not Lewis Hamilton! His dad, Anthony Hamilton!

Anthony Hamilton left home yesterday with his wife in this superb Carrera GT (at least it was before the crash!) and lost control of the 205mph supercar. It spun through 180 degrees and hutled backwards through a wooden fence and a thick hawthorn hedge before coming to rest in a children’s playground.

No one was hurt in the accident, neither Anthony nor Linda, and no kids were in the playground.

After the accident Anthony Hamilton said: This is my first crash in almost 30 years and it had to happen in someone else’s car. Thankfully the only thing hurt was the car and a bush fence, for which I am extremely sorry.

The Porsche’s bodywork and undercarriage were badly damaged and it will cost thousands to repair.

For sure Lewis didn’t took his Formula 1 genes from his dad!

Source: The Sun

The Porsche Carrera GT was first unveiled back in 2004, and was the undisputed highlight of the year. But only after 1270 units, Porsche announced they will stop the production of the supercar. That’s too bad! But for those who were lucky enough to buy a Carrera GT, edo competition wants to help you to make it even more sporting and exclusive than it already is.

Ever since I was a kid I had this big curiosity to see what is behind an object, what is inside it. Well, Porsche released a video that satisfy this big curiosity of mine. And I am sure is not only mine. Watch every step made from 0 to the the finish project! This video is a must see. Trust me: you won’t regret it!

Ever since I was a kid I had this big curiosity to see what is behind an object, what is inside it. Well, Porsche released a video that satisfy this big curiosity of mine. And I am sure is not only mine.

Watch every step made from 0 to the the finish project! This video is a must see. Trust me: you won’t regret it!

Porsche Carrera GT, one of the finest sports supercars, had a limited series production of roughly 1380 models. Owners of these completely sold-out vehicles, GEMBALLA gives the chance to top this exclusiveness. The Porsche customizing specialists of Leonberg, Germany transforms the Carrera GT into the GEMBALLA Mirage GT; offered in an extremly limited series of only 25 models. More than half of this series is already sold. Customers including several prominent ones, place their trust in the technical expertise of GEMBALLA assuring unquestionable singular uniqueness of their Mirage GT.

How does a M3 Bi-Turbo vs a Porsche Carrera GT sounds to you? Well check out this video and you will see how this sounds to the drivers of the cars.

How does a M3 Bi-Turbo vs a Porsche Carrera GT sounds to you? Well check out this video and you will see how this sounds to the drivers of the cars.


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