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There's a 996GT3 and a 991GT3 market watch thread, so I thought I'd start one for the 997GT3s. Part of my motivation was because of some recent price drops, so it will be interesting to see how they sell. There are currently four 7 GT3s for sale on carsales. https://www.carsales.com.au/private/details/Porsche-911-2007/SSE-AD-5058332/?Cr=0 Club sport, White with orange trim (mirrors, wheels) MY07. Car appears to be on WOVR and has minimal history. 21k km Price $165k (recently dropped from $175k) https://www.carsales.com.au/private/details/Porsche-911-2007/SSE-AD-5161543/?Cr=3 Club sport, black MY07. Full service history with 38k km. Price $195k https://www.carsales.com.au/private/details/Porsche-911-2008/SSE-AD-4670370/?Cr=1 Club sport, white MY08. Full Service history with 33k km. Price $198k (recently dropped from $208k) https://www.carsales.com.au/private/details/Porsche-911-2008/SSE-AD-4047460/?Cr=2 Touring, white MY08. Full service history with 42k km. Price $225k Seems GT3s are now sub $200k cars, with the black GT3 sitting at $195k for a little while, possibly suggesting they may need to move a little lower. The white and orange car might be a good buy for someone wanting to drive and wrench. $165k when other GT3s were selling for $225k would probably make it a good buy. Presuming you could negotiate one of the other cars to $185k, $165k seems a tad high. Maybe $150k would pull a buyer?? Makes the 6/7 GT3 market around the $160k a little crowded.
So, I just picked up the 997.1 GT3 from storage to take it for annual service tomorrow, put the foot on the clutch and the bugger came back up about 25% and then stuck. Put the foot behind and popped it up all the way. It also goes in easily all the way, probably just a little easier before it engages. The clutch feels fine and as i drove the car home, not far mind you only a coupe of km's down the road, it started to get a little better. Anyone else had this problem and what was the fix??