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YouTuber Mr JWW Takes Delivery of Porsche 911 GT3 RS in Tuscany, Hooning Ensues

Every now and then, a YouTuber takes delivery of a brand spanking new supercar and while such stories can generate quite a bang, we're usually treated with the average dealer or driveway delivery.
YouTuber Mr JWW takes delivery of Porsche 911 GT3 RS 5 photos
YouTuber Mr JWW takes delivery of Porsche 911 GT3 RSYouTuber Mr JWW takes delivery of Porsche 911 GT3 RSYouTuber Mr JWW takes delivery of Porsche 911 GT3 RSYouTuber Mr JWW takes delivery of Porsche 911 GT3 RS
Well, the Porsche-related story we're here to show you sees a speed-majestic 911 GT3 RS PDK reaching its owner YouTuber Mr JWW. And the special part has to do with the machine landing straight on a set of superb driving roads.

Note that the car has been bought through a third party, with the company being mentioned in the clip. And the owner explains this will be his car "for the next few months for sure," which might mean this Neunelfer will be flipped without losing a cent.

Returning to our adventure, we're talking about Tuscany, Italy, with the thing being "broken in" on some roads that are part of the famous Mille Miglia rally.

However, since we're talking about a 0-mile car, don't expect the kind of unlimited hooning we brought you in the recent GT3-RS-in-Mexico story. Don't worry, though, the clip does deliver a decent amount of Rennsport Neunelfer play.

In fact, one of the most interesting bits of the video is the driver's delicate decision to not trash the living hell out of the RS while the car is still in its break-in miles. Still, you should expect tons and tons of giggles, as such a Porsche easily has the power to bring out the schoolgirl in its driver.

Speaking of which, here's a video explaining modern day engine break-in procedures, according to what manufacturers recommend, with the clip coming from Engineering Explained.

We have to mention that the YouTuber also happens to own a 991-generation GT3, so expect the man to drop a bit of a comparison involving the two GT division Porsches.

As for the aural part of the video, we expect this RS to get a custom exhaust in the future -for one thing, the man's GT3 packs a Sharkwerks exhaust.

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