We featured another car from this terrible misfortune that the Ingram Collection experienced, a 993 Turbo S. This Porsche 911 GT3RS is another casualty of the explosion at the Ingram Collection facility, which left much of their 80+ car Porsche collection in shambles. This particular car was a four owner vehicle with only 9000 miles on the odometer. It was originally registered in Florida, moved to Colorado, and then ended up in North Carolina after it was purchased for the collection. These cars are special for a number of reasons, and are basically street legal track cars (minus some of the important safety equipment). This car is a 997.1 generation GT3RS, which came standard with 410 horsepower and weighed just 3020 pounds. They were 44 pounds lighter than the GT3 thanks to an adjustable carbon plastic wing, a steel engine cover, and a lightweight plastic windscreen.

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