Anyone remember Mr.Deeds? The movie where Adam Sandler’s character inherits a lot of money and buys a Chevrolet Corvette C5 for everyone in his town? Well, here’s your chance to play that scene out in real life with 18 never-driven Porsche 911 GT3s. But, of course, apart from a really caring person, you’ll also have to be really affluent.
According to Road & Track, someone in the Netherlands is selling 18 Porsche 991.1 GT3s that have never been driven. The price for all of this? A reasonable $2.9 million.
For the wealthy individuals out there that aren’t interested in sharing the love, the price for one of the track-ready 911s is $162,000. That’s a little more expensive than a 2018 911 GT3 that starts at $143,600.
All of the GT3s for sale at Marktplaats are identical, sporting white exteriors with black interiors, and are equipped with the Club Sport Package. The package adds things like a six-point racing harness, a roll cage and a ready-to-install fire extinguisher. The sports cars are fitted with the automaker’s steel brakes, instead of Porsche’s carbon ceramic brakes.
You don’t see a brand new 911 GT3 from 2015 on sale every day, so it’s logical to ask how this seller managed to get 18 of them together. According to the publication, he purchased the vehicles with the intention of using (renting?) them on a racetrack. Unfortunately, the track was never built, leaving the Porsches to sit idly by.
While we normally wouldn’t recommend purchasing a high-performance vehicle that’s been sitting for years without being used, Porsche did extend the warranty for the 991.1 GT3’s engine to 10 years or 120,000 miles, and you could practically create your own racing series with one heck of a performance car. Just make sure that you have found a racetrack first, will ya?