Evaluation: Sold new in Hawaii. Represented with 3570 miles and no wear or age to speak of other than mild wear on the driver’s seat.
Bottom Line: We saw this Porsche here five years ago over at the RM sale. It’s in the same great condition, just showing 33 more miles. But even though the car looks the same, the market doesn’t. It sold for $649,000 in 2016 and nearly double that amount in 2021.
These were $450,000 cars when they were new, but as performance cars have gotten more and more computerized, collectors are recognizing Carrera GTs as some of the last analog hypercars we’ll ever see. The previous high watermark for a Carrera GT was a 265-mile paint-to-sample car that RM sold in Monterey two years ago for $1,193,000. This car just eclipsed it.