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OPC GT3

nineoneone

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Was in the Leeds OPC to drool at a white 997 GT3 (which is absolutely stunning) and was chatting about all the GT3's on here. Anyway, they have just taken in a 2004 GT3 with14000 miles, Cobalt Blue with comfort pack and some carbon bits. Looked genuine car and will have OPC warranty. Only just taken it in so not on their list yet . Asking £49995 which didn't look bad value. I have no connection with them apart from having bought a lot of cars from them over the years but thought it worth mentioning.

If anyone wants the name of the sales guy to contact just pm me - I've been dealing with him for a long time and he is OK




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It's on the web now!

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It's the comfort pack which is the killer!

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Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by JamieG on 25 January 2007

It's the comfort pack which is the killer!
It's the PCCB's more like, nowt wrong with comfort pack :twisted:

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Is 'comfort' model not just standard? I thought the 'comfort' model on the MK1 anyway was every model that was not a clubsport?

Its just this one has also had the seats changed to the big fat chunky orrible ones...


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Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by jg on 25 January 2007

Is 'comfort' model not just standard? I thought the 'comfort' model on the MK1 anyway was every model that was not a clubsport?

Its just this one has also had the seats changed to the big fat chunky orrible ones...
think you are right, only difference between comfort & CS spec on II's was the CS had cage, extinguisher & harness. On the MkII's you could also specify "big fat chunky orrible ones", which are actually rather nice :oops:

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That is absolutely lovely, comfort spec would be fine for me as are big fat chunky ones!!

I want it........

Anybody got a Spare £30K they want to give me?


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guys GT3's are so price dependant on the following

mileage

spec

colour

bucketts, or fat man seats

condition

price will vary accordingly


Migration info. Legacy thread was 112049
 
Bloody hell... my favourite colour, also prefer comfort spec (daily driver), and love the carbon (got it in mine)!

Just the slight problem of it costing a few grand more than my budget (although with those figures Jamie posted recently could just do it), and the negative equity in my C4!!!

Now Jamie... If you can do £50k at £600 pm with cashback we might be in business... LOL :D


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Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by Speed Freak on 25 January 2007

guys GT3's are so price dependant on the following

mileage
So doing miles in them is a bit expensive! :wink:

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lol

Chris, mine is now on 11k miles up from 8 when i got it,

the last weeks 1000 miles was done in the old Audi,

750 miles to a tank of fuel


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Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by Speed Freak on 25 January 2007
guys GT3's are so price dependant on the following
mileage
spec
colour
bucketts, or fat man seats
condition
price will vary accordingly

Without wishing to steal 911virgins thunder, with 3's i think it's definitely a case of buy on condition. This is the real differentiating factor. look at the experiences on here.

Spec : tbh there isn't a huge variation in spec, leaving aside the modded versions. You can't get Bose or satnav or sunroofs. No AC though is a big no no.

Colour : as long as its red or yellow no probs. Loud car get a loud colour

Seats : there are enough poseurs out there relative to the number of cars with fat boy seats, that this is not a great issue

Mileage : same argument as with any 911 applies.

Condition & history thats what counts.

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best colour is Polar Silver

best seats are carbon backed buckets

best cage is a rear techquip cage

best previous owner is Poon

ideal mileage for an 11/03 car is 14k, just run in

goes to dealer in 3 days!

make me an offer guys?????

Migration info. Legacy thread was 112112
 
Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by poon on 25 January 2007

best colour is Polar Silverbest seats are carbon backed bucketsbest cage is a rear techquip cagebest previous owner is Poonideal mileage for an 11/03 car is 14k, just run ingoes to dealer in 3 days!make me an offer guys?????


Bidding war!!!!

I offer £10.00 as it is such a nice car... would have offered more, but it's silver.

Rob/Chris... what you offering?

Migration info. Legacy thread was 112114
 
Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by nicola on 25 January 2007
Previous poster said:
Quote: [i:QmGW19lZwp]Originally posted by poon on 25 January 2007
Previous poster said:
best colour is Polar Silver[/i:QmGW19lZwp]

best seats are carbon backed buckets

best cage is a rear techquip cage

best previous owner is Poon

ideal mileage for an 11/03 car is 14k, just run in

goes to dealer in 3 days!

make me an offer guys?????
Bidding war!!!!
I offer £10.00 as it is such a nice car... would have offered more, but it's silver. 
Rob/Chris... what you offering?
£10

last of the big spenders

or is that last of the big s'penders? Dave? :wink: :wink:

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