Like many exotic and collectible cars, the Porsche Carrera GT has shot up in value in recent years — to the point where nice ones are worth $600,000 to $800,000, which is far in excess of its original sticker price of around $440,000 just 14 years ago. But the really nice ones are worth even more — like this one.
This 2005 Porsche Carrera GT is in absolutely pristine condition, as it’s traveled just 330 miles from new — a truly amazing thing. These cars were often well kept, but few were stored and driven so little, and this is undoubtedly one of the lowest-mileage Carrera GT models around. The result is an astronomical asking price: $995,000.
Yes, a million dollars for a Carrera GT that’s basically new. It’s finished in silver with a black interior, and the Carfax report shows that it was sold new in Austin, Texas, and never truly driven: it had just 73 miles when it found its second owner in 2012. The second owner drove it a bit, adding another 250 miles in the next seven years, and now it’s for sale again.
This Carrera GT is currently offered by Continental Auto Sports, a Ferrari dealership in the Chicago area, and the million-dollar list price makes it one of the most expensive Carrera GT models on sale — but the mileage makes it one of the most pristine, and it’s sure to find a very discerning owner who wants an absolutely beautiful Carrera GT in mint condition. Find a Porsche Carrera GT for sale
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