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September 14, 2013
As the last of the good morning light left the front parking lot I grabbed some static shots of the dealership and the new 911.
Knowing that I had some time to kill and having already notice Hurley looking at me as if I was a bit nuts, I left to go grab a coffee, review the morning's pictures and post a few things to Facebook.
I've been in a lot of Porsche garages over the years; Brumos has one of the cleanest I've ever seen.
The quintet of 911 Cup cars sold for $269,259 and are the final five North American-spec GT3 Cup cars imported to North America. Perhaps, more importantly, this is the first time that Porsche Motorsport North America has offered a special limited edition of a race car. Built in recognition of the Brumos Racing's 2011 Rolex Grand-AM GT Championship winning effort, these Porsches replicate the very car used to capture team, driver and manufacturers titles.
Each car was converted by Porsche Motorsport North America to the 4.0 liter, GRAND-AM spec normally aspirated race engine capable 450 hp. A gearbox "blipper" system for speedier downshifts was installed along with a Motec data acquisition system. Brumos further improved the 911 with the addition of a dead pedal, under pedal assembly floorboard and Motec display dash panel all done in carbon fiber.
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