This listing is from our Canadian sister website www.Racing.ca
Because of the extremely favorable USD / CAD exchange rate it might be an awesome deal!
At the moment CAD 44900.00 ≈ USD 32328.00
The vehicle is most likely located in Canada. Bringing a "race car" over the border is easier than a road-registered / registrable vehicle, but may be a challenge if the car was previously registered to drive on public roads.
You only need to have the signed Canadian registration paper and the Bill of Sale on you when going over the border with your newly acquired race car.
If a race car was never registered as road vehicle no DOT or EPA certifications apply, and no duties should be charged - subject to the US CBP regulations at the time.
Please confirm the details with your intended US port of entry (border crossing agent) by phone before taking your trip.
Want the perfect Vancouver to Whistler rocket sled? This is it.
Selling my Porsche 911 Turbo with about 600hp and race suspension. Basically it#039;s a Nissan GTR or Corvette Z06 fighter for the fraction of the price of a new 911.
First the bad.
- It has high mileage (around 185k kms) and is a US import (not a rebuild, clean title). If you want it for anything other than being a stupidly fast canyon carver or track day car, spend $20k more on one with less miles, or look for a non-turbo. Still, I have no hesitation taking this on a rip through the Duffy lake loop without anything but gas.
Now the awesome... about $30,000 in mods!
- On max tune it should make 700hp (according to the builder). However, I like being alive so have kept it at the current tune of close to 600hp. Note that the stock 996 turbo was 425hp and still hit over 300kph. This will hit that and keep pulling. Trust me.
- GT2 front nose, aero and rear wing.
- Superleggera black rims. Very light like the name implies.
- extra set of rear tires to replace the current ones.
- GT2 Hydraulic clutch conversion w Sachs clutch ...