The vast majority of the 1270-odd Porsche Carrera GTs ever produced were all painted in the same shade of silver. However, there are a handful of examples that stand out. This is one of them.
Remarkably, this is the only Carrera GT on earth painted this color from the factory and it has been exceptionally well maintained. If you have a bank account with lots of zeros and are a car fan, this Porsche could round off even the most impressive car collections.
The paint isn’t the only unique aspect of this Carrera GT as it is actually chassis number 0911, something the original owner probably requested from the factory.
Beyond the Signal Yellow paint, the car features the typical five-spoke silver wheels over a set of red brake calipers. On one side, there are red centerlocks while on the other side, there are blue centerlocks. The yellow, red, and blue color combination wouldn’t be to everyone’s taste, but in a market where most Carrera GTs look alike, it’s sure to attract the interest of some particularly enthusiastic collectors.
Inside, you’ll find dark grey leather, gloss carbon fiber, and a host of wooden accents. Since being delivered, the car has covered a mere 7114 miles and is commanding a price tag of $1.249 million.
While that’s a lot of money, we think a car as special as the Carrera GT is worth even more than that. After all, the Carrera GT’s main rival, the Ferrari Enzo, routinely sells for over $3 million on the used car market.