No, THIS Porsche Carrera GT Is the Most Expensive Car Ever to Sell on Bring a Trailer

No, THIS Porsche Carrera GT Is the Most Expensive Car Ever to Sell on Bring a Trailer
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  • bring a trailer has set another record for most expensive car sold.
  • the 2005 porsche carrera gt sold for $2 million, and it did so with no reserve.
  • this porsche took the crown from another porsche carrera gt that sold earlier in january.

    just two weeks ago, we told you that the online auction site, bring a trailer, had sold its most expensive car ever, a 2005 porsche carrera gt that went for a little over $1.9 million. that title has now been usurped. another 2005 porsche carrera gt just sold for $2 million.

    whereas the earlier record-setting porsche had 780 miles on the clock, this latest one had been driven just 250 miles. against that, the $2 million carrera gt is finished in gt silver metallic, a more common color than the other car's guards red. then again, to our eyes, the silver car's terracotta interior is preferable to the red car's black leather.

    mechanically, of course, the cars are identical, with a mid-mounted, naturally aspirated 5.7-liter v-10 with dry-sump lubrication and an 8400-rpm redline; a six-speed manual transaxle; a twin-plate ceramic clutch; and rear-wheel drive. the carrera gt also boasts a carbon-fiber central-tub chassis over which is stretched carbon-fiber bodywork.

    this later car benefits from a fresh, $18,000 service that included a new water pump, battery, belts, plugs, tires, and tpm sensors—so maybe that accounts for some of the $98,000 price difference versus the earlier car. or maybe that just represents two weeks' worth of price appreciation for under-1k-mile porsche carrera gts.

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