Thanks everyone. What I hadn't realised was how restrictive it was to get a rally permit, much harder than I thought and so yes I agree it drastically reduces buyer pool (and resale value). I think you've successfully talked me out of that, and for that my wife thanks you
For the $$ its the best track car option i can think of,why spend $150k plus on a 996 gt3 or $285k on 991 that you most likely will damage at some point if your pushing(and you will push trust me)
still keeping one 997 cup i have from a Bathurst shunt in 2015 to fix slowly and my Group Nc Xu1 to slide around with !
priced to sell i think
I’d be interested to know what model is rare for $88k landed? Rally reg is hard to get & hard to use it only allows you to use the car if you are entered in an official cams rally (that’s my understanding)
As far as value on resale I would discount it 50% compared to the registered equivalents here maybe more.. I have seen plenty examples like this.
Is this car already set up for motorsport?