1995 Porsche 911

GT2 Coupe
Sale Price
$850,000 - $1,200,000
Est. Range
19 August 2022
Sold Date
Lot Number
Unrestored original
Auction House
Chassis number WP0ZZZ99ZTS392111. Polar Silver over black and gray leather. 3600cc H6/430hp, 6-speed, modular wheels, red calipers, power windows, factory cassette, books and tools.

Evaluation: One of 57 road legal 993 GT2s, delivered new to Japan, and offered by its original owner. Like so many exotic cars delivered to Japan in the 1990s it hasn’t been driven much in anger or at all, and shows just 4767 km (2962 miles). A like-new collector-grade GT2 that at this point will likely never be driven like the track car it was designed to be.

Bottom line: Being extremely rare, the first GT2, the ultimate spec 993 (1994-98) and really the ultimate air-cooled 911, the 993 GT2 has long been a seven-figure car on the rare occasion that one comes to market. While not a record, this is one of the most expensive GT2s ever sold, and on account of its low odometer reading and time-warp presentation, that isn’t all that surprising.

by Andrew Newton
6 September 2022
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