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My RS is black with orange wheels, side view mirrors, decals, etc. I believe the Canadian and European versions all have wheel color roll cages. All pics of the RS with my color scheme have the orange roll cage. Mine also has the regular GT3 bucket seats. USA didn't get any cars with roll cages or carbon seats. I guess they might be the Carrera GT alcantara seats. (but I hope they are more comfortable than the actual GT seats) Thanks!
Can anyone help with a part number for a 997 GT3 RS car cover? My dealer gave me one with the car, but it is the wrong one and now they can't find the part number to order the correct one. Great dealer...just need to replace the cover.
I had my RS sitting beside a beautiful dark blue TT in the Hilton Head showroom. Both cars are awesome. However, for tracking and all around fun, I prefer the normally aspirated engines. Besides, GT3's are more rare than TT's. I've had many people taking pics of my RS as I scoot around town. I really enjoy it. The TT reminds more me of a more refined Porsche, while a GT3 or RS tends to make me think of a hard-core track/muscle car. Decide what defines what you want and go for it.