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Discussion in 'Porsche' started by Jo Sta7, Feb 17, 2020.
These have held values very well. Any thoughts on the long term value retention?
2018 is the one I’m looking at.
Not good, better off with a manual GT3. I just picked up another one.
Seems like the low build number would be exciting for someone. Only 500 produced worldwide. I heard may 200 in the USA.
They are quite special. I think they will hold values like the 993 Turbo. The problem with GT3 RSs is that there will always be the next one. Amazing cars though they are.
Just saw the Exclusive S Turbo not sell at the Mecum Auction stalled at $250,000 the miles were about 640 miles
They had unrealistic reserve, like a lot of good cars at Mecum.
I know of at least 3 of these cars changing hands between $230-240k, no miles, one was a Cab.
you think they will drop under $200,000 in the next year....
In the US, definitely.
There are 500 coupes worldwide and then 200 cabriolets which are North American only.