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One Lap of America Winning Porsche 911 GT2 for Sale!

Posted in Burnouts, Exotic Cars, Expensive Cars, Fast Cars, Favorite Cars, One Lap of America, Porsche by MrAngry | November 30th, 2010 | 2 Responses |

2002 Porsche 911 GT2

For the majority of the people out there being at work sucks. We trudge into the office day in and day out, stare at the same people and make the same idle chitchat that we’ve been making for years. It’s a boring process and by the end of the day you generally feel more like the walking dead than you do a living, breathing human being. But what if I told you there was a cure for this… what if I told you that with the click of a button and a few of your hard earned green backs you could kick that zombie feeling and join the land of the living again. It’s true and all you have to do is click BUY IT NOW, on the eBay auction listed above.

2002 Porsche 911 GT2

You see up for sale right now is a very special Porsche 911 GT2, it’s so special in fact that it won last years 2010 One Lap of America, an event that some of you may remember I competed in. I ran my old 1968 Dodge Charger and although I’m sure that its mere presence scared race winner Leh Keen, he was still able to pull out a victory. Generally a car like this wouldn’t usually hit my radar, but the fact of the matter is that I’ve personally seen this car compete. It ran over 3000 miles in one week while competing at some of the greatest raceways in the United States and all the while it never missed a beat.

2002 Porsche 911 GT2

This particular 2002 911 Porsche GT2 was developed by TopSpeedInc. for driver Leh Keen and watching it run flat out was an extreme thrill. The best part though is that the car is not only street legal, but completely reliable as it was built to be the ultimate street/race car. Over 300 hours of development time have gone into making this one of the best street driven Porsche’s on the planet, so it may behoove you to take a further look. Like I said, aren’t you sick and tired of being a mindless zombie day in and day out? So go ahead, check it out and put some spice back in your life.

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  1. ds440 says:

    That price seems reasonable considering the amount of R&D involved in developing that car. I’d much rather have a track proven ride (rock chips and all) than a polished show car. I wonder if he takes pints of blood as currency?…does he take O positive…?

  2. SNAK3 says:

    Is it sad that I think the $79k price tag is cheap/ a steal? lol