Gemballa Mirage GT Registry

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  1. Gemballa Mirgae GT Registry

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    Well, I’m a huge fan of this car - and I think I’m not the only one - at least I hope so <A BORDER="0" HREF=""><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/smile.gif"></A>
    So - after I checked all of my sources, I come up with following Registry:
    (8 cars built so far - as of mid 2007)

    Mirage GT #001 - white / brown in the UAE - based on CGT #1165 (confirmed)

    Mirage GT #002 - red / black and red in Denmark (*)

    Mirage GT #003 - grey / black in Malaysia (*)

    Mirage GT #004 - silver / black in Canada - based on CGT #0732 (confirmed)

    Mirage GT #005 - pearl white / red in the UAE (*)

    Mirage GT #006 - black with golden flakes / black in Spain (*)

    Mirage GT #007 - ?

    Mirage GT #008 - yellow / black and yellow in Germany - based on CGT #0639 (confirmed)

    (*)= the exterior/interior colour as well as the destination is confirmed - not so the Mirage-Chassis# and the CGT it is based on!

    Please feel free to correct me or add your informations - I would be really glad! <A BORDER="0" HREF=""><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/smile.gif"></A>

    Thanks in advance
  2. #2 basman007, Sep 22, 2007
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    This might not be new, but still <A BORDER="0" HREF=""><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/smile.gif"></A>:

    Mirage GT Concept:

    #001 - White
    Dubai license plate: F 21?
    Some pictures taken @ Gemballa and on the road:

    Article by Pistonheads:

    Pics from when it was for sale @ Alain Class Motors:
    See atachments


    #002 - Red (Mirage GT Black Edition?)
    @ Sjællandsringen, Denmark 2007

    (with 3 blokes in it, lol)

    Pics from Monaco:
    (German license plates: BB GT680)


    #005 - Pearl White
    Burnouts on the roads of Abu Dhabi:

    #006 - Black with golden flakes & rims
    @ St. Cugat (owned by Eto'o?)
    French license plates: 783 QWV 75

    Pictures taken in Barcelona:

    (with brown interior)

    008 - Yellow
    Monaco during Top Marques - march 2007
    (Demonstration car)
    Belgian plates: BB 064?

    Monaco - August 2007
    German plates: BB 0699

    Pictures taken in Monaco (with both the Belgian and German plates) (Also some pictures of the red car):

    Jocke "Qvarnis" Qvarnström is test driving the Mirage GT at the Hockenheim Ring. Article printed in Swedish magazine Street

    Xtreme #8 2007


    SCN Gallery & info from Top Marques 2007 & Techno Classica 2007:
  3. #002 @ Monaco
  4. #002 @ Tuner GP Hockenheim 2007
  5. #005 for sale @ FutureMotors in Dubai
  6. #008 is owned by the same gentleman or family who owns the red SLR and the grey/black Veyron in London. Internet rumour and still in the hands of Uwe Gemballa?
  7. #006 @ Top Marques 2007
  8. #004 @ Techno Classica 2007
  9. Looks nice in yellow.

    In one pic there is a black modded 997 next to it, a Sportec SPR1. Do you know if there are more pics of that Sportec from that event?
  10. That picture shows a/his garage.. <A BORDER="0" HREF=""><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/amazed.gif"></A>
  13. As much as I don't like modified cars, and would rather have a stock CGT, I can recognise the awesomeness of this. Glad to hear it sounds the same as the stock car.
  14. #003 spotted in Jakarta Indonesia
  15. so awful
  16. Why?!!!
  17. seriously.

    The black with "gold flecks" is just a horrendous ricer abortion
  18. what upsets me most is that it has almost 0 performance modification. that hoodscoop isnt even real

    what happened to the twin turbo idea?
  19. I came across this: "owned by Ilyas Galadari"
  20. the hoodscoop is real.
  21. The TT is an option isn't it? and wouldnt that be 1000bhp?
  22. i'm not a huge fan of the wing but its still a kickass car.
  23. Damn. I kinda like it <A BORDER="0" HREF=""><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/sad.gif"></A>
  24. It's non functional...
  25. it is, at least that's what i read in a magazine.

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