A rare, low-mileage 2005 Porsche Carrera GT is currently on offer at Sackey & Co’s online supercar auctions.
The example was given the rare Seal Grey Metallic finish which only 64 Carrera GTs are known to have been given this unique shade for the North American market. The finish is a darker and richer silver compared to the typical GT Silver that is seen on the other Carrera GTs. There are 362 GTs in North America with the Silver finish, compared to only 64 units that was given the Seal Grey Metallic finish.
Another interesting fact about the example is that it has a unique VIN that ends in ‘01234’, WP0CA29805L001234.
The example was delivered new to Fred Lavery Porsche in Birmingham, Michigan. The dealer did some pre-delivery inspection on the example on April 14, 2005. The Carrera GT was initially in Michigan, and by the time its odometer reached the 700-mile mark, it was purchased and moved to New York. When the current owner purchased it in June 2020, it had 884 miles on the odometer. Currently, its odometer shows just 1,012 miles.
The example is in its all-original, unmodified condition. There is neither a history of paintwork done on the example, nor is there any accident history according to its clean Carfax report. There was also no cosmetic modification done on the vehicle.
This Carrera GT was meticulously maintained, so it is not surprising that there are no outstanding issues with the vehicle.
Today, the Porsche Carrera GT is arguably one of the greatest Supercars of all time. There are only a few Carrera GTs that can claim to have a great combination of a practically new, low mileage example wrapped in its original, rare livery, with a full suite of original OEM ancillaries. The ancillaries that would come with the sale include the 7-piece luggage set in matching Dark Grey leather, complete toolkit with the Carrera GT wheel center lock nut, hardtop covers and hardtop covers bag, car cover and car cover bag, extra seat cushions, and a lot more.
The example has a clean Florida title under the name of the seller’s vehicle dealer license, and it is free and clear and ready to be transferred to its new owner.