2016 Porsche GT4 Clubsport

2016 Porsche GT4 Clubsport finished in White. A factory built race car that has yet to be broken in. With only 250 miles, this factory built GT4 Clubsport is ready to go. It remains in brand new condition yearning for a new owner to use it for what it was intended to do.

The Clubsport shares its front axle, lower control arms, and tie rods with the 911 GT3 Cup. The rear suspension is a combination of a reinforced spring-strut axle from the Cayman GT4 and adapted control arms from the GT3 Cup. The monoblock brake calipers, six-piston in front and four-piston out back, are also from the GT3 Cup. There are 15-inch steel rotors ( an option) all around, covered by 18-inch wheels wrapped with race tires. For Clubsport duty, the interior is stripped out, and the curb weight is down to a claimed 2866 pounds, an 89-pound reduction versus the street car.

The engine, a 3.8-liter flat-six, is out of the 911 Carrera S. But the regular GT4’s calling card is conspicuously absent: The six-speed manual has been traded for a PDK automatic. Of course, this double-clutch gearbox shifts faster, but it’s also about racing durability. Without a third pedal, there’s no possibility of a missed shift or botched heel-toe that could cause mechanical damage.

The GT4 Clubsport eliminated most road-going comforts and was equipped with a high performance PDK dual clutch gearbox. Performance equipment includes mechanically locking rear differential, adjustable ABS brakes, GT3 Cup suspension ( JRZ RS pro fully adjustable ), a full welded in cage, a fire system, Schroth six point race belts, adjustable rear spoiler, optional air jack system and hood pins front and rear.

Additionally, the car is fitted with two FIA approved Recaro GT3 Cup seats ( the additional seat for thrill rides or for an instructor is easily removable ), Cool Suit equipment and AIM system with Smarty Cam. It runs on 93 Octane to boot!

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Year: 2016
Make: Porsche
Model: GT4 Clubsport
Drivetrain: Manual
Engine: a:0:{}
Dealer: Hunting Ridge Motors
Hunting Ridge Motors
Vendor:Hunting Ridge Motors
Contact:markstarr@huntingridgemotors.com
Website:http://www.huntingridgemotors.com
Mark Starr has been buying and selling European and collectable cars since 1970. That was before he even had a drivers license. The love and passion for automotive design has been there since his early roots in Brooklyn starting with with MGs, Austin Healeys, Alfa Romeos and Porsches. He would search for cars through the Buy Lines and instead of partying with friends on a Saturday night, he’d await the early arrival of the Sunday NY Times and its automotive classified section. Although times and methods have changed, his passion for getting a jump on everyone and unearthing the best, rarest and most coveted cars remains to this day. Mark spent many years in the late 70’s and early 80’s as one of the first to import exclusive automobiles that ordinarily would not have graced our shores — Ferrari 308 Quattrovalvoles, 512BBs, Audi Sport Quattros, BMW M6s and powerful AMG tuned Mercedes Benzes. As a pioneering leader in the grey-market importation craze of the 80’s, Mark appeared on many television shows such as The Today Show and Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous as well as numerous articles in the NY Times and other periodicals. After several years in the menswear industry, the constant calling and deep rooted passion for automobiles led Mark back to his greatest passion and Hunting Ridge Motors Inc. was formed in 1995. His involvement, love and admiration for Lotus cars then led him to become an authorized Lotus dealer and at that time the largest Lotus dealer in the world. The passion now lies with the unearthing, restoration and marketing of vintage, sport and race cars and Mark takes prides in foreseeing collector car trends as he has done in the past with Ferrari, early Porsche cars, vintage BMWs and Volvo 1800’s. Each and every car in the HRM inventory is carefully selected to represent Mark’s philosophy that cars don’t necessarily need to be expensive to be collectable and a wide variety of vehicles and price points are important to help you find that matching set of unique style, design and performance attributes in your next vehicle, whether it be for driving or collecting.
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