This Porsche 911 GT3 Arrived at the Shop, They Were Shocked When They Took the Cover Off

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The owner of the shop received notice that a Porsche 911 GT3 would be delivered that day. However, nobody expected it to look like that. Once they took the cover off it, they could not believe their eyes. There is no way in a million years that this car is going to return to the road.
Even though it is about a decade old, the 911.1 GT3 is raw and brutal and everything in between, and it flashes from zero to hero like a bat out of hell while giving you the feeling that you are in full control. However, it might be just a trick, because this car can't be tamed that easily.

That 3.8-liter flat-six pumps out 475 horsepower (380 metric horsepower) and 325 pound-feet (440 Newton meters) of torque, all steered to the rear axle through a seven-speed PDK for a run from 0 to 60 mph (0 to 97 kph) in 3.3 seconds on its way to a top speed of 196 mph (315 kph).

However, right now, its top speed is that of the truck that carries it on its way to the shop that is going to dismantle it. Once the plastic cover is off the car, the sight is heartbreaking, to say the least. Obviously, the almost 500 horsepower and rear-wheel drive must have been too much for a driver.

The car looks as if it was just taken out of a crusher at the last moment before it was converted into a flat can of Coca-Cola. Everything that seems to have survived out of this Porsche are the passenger door and window, plus the wheels with tires and yellow brake calipers.

So, soon, you are going to see all those parts on eBay. That massive tail wing with a brake light also seems to have come out "alive" of whatever this car has been through.

There are also internals to be saved and sold on the used car market once they are removed from the car. A couple of days after the 911 GT3 arrived at the AZ Cycle Parts shop, it showed up in a video, floating on a forklift, with its engine removed. This means that another Porsche, which is not half as wrecked as this, will get a "heart" transplant and return to the road. That is a scenario that this 911 is never going to go through again.

Every single panel is twisted and torn. There is no information about what happened to this car. But we can take a wild guess and assume that it must have hit a curb with the right-side rear wheel, the only wheel that shows damage. It could have rolled over several times before it came to a halt in some pole that ruined the driver's side.
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