Now, this is far from the first time when we talk about such a Porsche, but we have to point out the dichotomy of this build. On the one hand, we have the restrained, almost wingless profile of the car - the GT3 TP actually features a Gurney flap on its bottom, even though this is barely visible.
On the other hand, Mint Green is the kind of shade that will split opinions in the Paint To Sample community. You see, there are those who adore such extrovert shades and those who prefer their Porsches dressed in much tamer hues.
Regardless of the camp you belong to, you have to admit this is a color that simply can't be ignored.
Going past the main hue of this limited edition 991.2 model, we'll mention the black elements on the car, such as the inner graphics of the all-LED headlights amd the wheels, which feature a satin black finish.
Perhaps the most surprising detail about the spec of this GT3 Touring comes from the second vivid color present on the car, namely yellow. This is found on the exterior, as the banana-colored brake calipers signal the presence of PCCB (Porsche Carbon Ceramic Brakes) goodies. Nevertheless, the shade has also found its way inside the Porscha, being featured on the seatbelts.
Oh, and you should keep in mind that, as is the case with any GT3 Touring Package out there, this machine sports three pedals, so the driver is fully immersed.
Congratulations to the new owner of this special PTS Mint Green 991.2 GT3 Touring delivered by @veltracon. Note the PCCBs, satin black wheels, black Touring pack, and black LEDs on the outside. The interior features black brushes aluminum, buckets, yellow belts, and a manual of course. This is the first known Mint Touring, and I'm liking it a lot. Cheers @veltracon. Follow @ptsgt3 for more. ---------------------------------------------------- #gt3 #newgt3 #porsche #porschegram #porschecxx #painttosample #mintgreen #pts #ptsgt3