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2007 GT3RS

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Hey Guys

I'm concidering the purchase of a 2007 997 GT3 RS , that has been on every track day available , have you heard of any problems with these cars ? or as the dealer says , they are built for it .

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Car should be fine up to about 50,000 miles.

Track days after 50,000 miles would be a time to

re-think what you want to do with the car.



I had a track car that had over 135,000 miles on it. Most of which was track or autocross miles.

As long as the car is properly maintained it should go 200,000 plus even on the track. IMHO of course.

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I believe Loren is correct. Of course, any track driven engine will require a more detailed service regimen (shorter oil service intervals, etc) and will most likely need to be internally serviced before a strictly street car, but the engines in the GT cars should provide years and year of track enjoyment if treated properly.

Good luck and I hope you join the family!

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