I Made $65K Driving a PTS Porsche 911 GT3RS

I have to say, I think I personally knocked it out of the park with this one. 11 months of ownership, only $4,000 invested into the car, and yet I still made nearly the price of a NEW Land Rover Defender off this one single hack.

Want to learn more about how I made $65,000 off this rare Voodoo Blue beauty? Keep reading.

GT3RS Buying Short Cuts

2016 Porsche 911 GT3RS PTS

MSRP NEW: $220,000

Good Mileage: Under 15k

Options Preferred: PCCB, Bucket Seats, Extended Leather, Carbon Dash (is usually standard as opposed to body color option).

Nice options (Not mandatory): PTS, Modded

Warranty: 4yr/50,000 miles

Cost Breakdown

Purchase price: $155,000

Financing: Cash

Total payments: N/A

Other expenses during (11) months:

  • Service: N/A
  • Mods: $3,900 roll cage install 
  • Repairs: N/A

Total Invested For (11) Months of Ownership: $3,900

Sold: $220,000

Total GAIN of ownership: $61,100

GAIN Divided into Monthly ownership:$5,555/month

One of the most flawless GT3RS’s in VooDoo Blue, over $80k worth of perfectly done mod to the car. The car was owned by a true enthusiasts who spared no expense but had used the car and put 20k miles on the dash. And while I drove the car very little, less than 1k miles over the 11 months, it still made a hefty profit based on the rarity and the market at the time.

I bought this car as a joke for $16,000 from Chicago Motor Cars, I was told I would lose my ass. While I intended to film some content with it, I left it on Autotrader and it sold to the first dealer that called me when it was listed at $23,000, we negotiated and I sold the car after just one month of ownership for $21,000. 

 

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