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2010 GT3- What are the right options ?


jjs1975

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Dear all,

I am looking for some advice from fellow 2010 GT3 owners. I am currently looking for one and when looking on the market it seems most are optioned very differently. My question was more on potential future resale value (not my main concern now but in a few years for sure). While some owners have them fully loaded with PSM 3.0, ceramic brakes, front axle lift system, etc etc, some virtually have no options whatsoever apart from the sport chrono package.

While I know I need the front axle lift (due to my slightly inclined driveway), which are the options that you think are a must ? (considering I will only probably track it a few times at best......).

Also I wanted another piece of advice, when I observed the prices of slightly used 2010 GT3 with less than 2'000 miles, the prices asked for examples with fully loaded options versus the ones that have way less are extremely close (does this mean the options you spec on your car just do not reflect when you sell or very little ?)

Thanks for all your input much appreciated

JJS

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Let's put it this way. If you get all the options you mentioned you will never see that money again. I fully optioned Gt3 or Turbo fetches very little more than a model with very few options. The PCCB brakes alone are $10k. In resale you will never get any of that back. But... PCCB brakes are incredible to say the least....

Guess it just depends on how deep your pockets are and what you really want on the car. Good luck on whatever you decide. That is one sweet car you are getting....

:welcome:

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. . .My question was more on potential future resale value (not my main concern now but in a few years for sure). While some owners have them fully loaded with PSM 3.0, ceramic brakes, front axle lift system, etc etc, some virtually have no options whatsoever apart from the sport chrono package.

While I know I need the front axle lift (due to my slightly inclined driveway), which are the options that you think are a must ? (considering I will only probably track it a few times at best......).

These are TOYS--and brutal ones at that--not investments. Those low mileage ones are likely from owners who realized just HOW brutal! And unless you're gonna use your GT3 for competition events, those pricey yaller PCCB's are overkill. But when you find what you're looking for, I'm gonna be extremely jealous!

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