2004 Porsche Boxster Race Car + Spares Package
Bullet Proof Race or Track Day Car.
This car is eligible for the following classes: PCA Club Racing / SCCA STU / NASA GTS3 / BRSCC Spec Boxster / Street Legal Porsche Boxster, and Even back to PWC ST Class! was a $85k build.
PCA Club Racing / SCCA STU / NASA GTS3 / BRSCC Spec Boxster / Street Legal Porsche Boxster.
This car is a Former Grand-Am Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge ST Class Contender. It is a fully developed track car with GPS based AIM MXL Pista Data Acquisition. It has a Porsche M96 2.7 LTR with Ceramic IMS Bearing installed & X51 Oil Pan and a 3 Qt Accusump Oil System .
The Porsche North America crate engine in the car was purchased from Deman Motorsports and after an engine dyno break-in period, was only raced once at Miami Homestead. Since then car has run approximately 6 hours at a private track in Willcox, AZ. It has 227 HP and 204 FT/LBS of Torque @ the wheels and has an estimated Top Speed of 170 MPH. It weighs 2600 LBS, has Koni 16-way Adjustable Coil-Over Suspension, 6 Speed "S" Manual Transmission, Limited Slip Differential, 3 Radiators with Boxster "S" center, Exhaust Headers w/ Ceramic Coatings, Gold Foiled Intake System, Momo Steering Wheel, Cobra Racing Seat, 5 Point Schroth Racing Harness, Cayman Engine Mounts, Porsche Motorsport Air/Oil Seperator, 911 GT3 Cup Control Arms (Front/Rear) w/ Spherical Monoball Ends & Adjustable Shims Set, 911 GT3 Cup Brake Cooling Ducts, Custom Front Fender Liners (GT3 based), Tarett Sway Bars with Adjustable Drop Links, 3 Point Fire Suppression System, Aero Bumpers, 3 Saftey Nets, Hard Wired AMB 260 Transponder, Racing Electronics Radio Car Kit System, Driver Cool-Suit System, moveable Ballast Box, a Removable Hardtop. Wheelbase: 95.1 in (2,416 mm) - Width: 70.1 in (1,781 mm) - Height: 50.8 in (1,290 mm) - Length: 170.1 in (4,321 mm) Weight: 2606 lbs. (1182 kg). It has a good assortment of spares.
Here are the comments from the previous owner of the car:
This car does everything you ask of it and inspires your confidence to find its limits without biting you when your go beyond them. The mid-engine layout provides smoothness throughout the rev range, a low center of gravity, near-perfect weight distribution, and neutral handling. The car was raced in Grand-Am at 2600 lbs though can be easily lightened.
It saw 151 mph at the end of the Daytona road course front straight before braking into turn one. It was pulling strong and had just entered 6th gear with lots of room to go, equaling a very quick ride. This car's braking capabilities were unmatched by its competition in class. It is an ultra-competitive PCA Club Racing, SCCA STU, NASA GTS3, and BRSCC Spec Boxster entry going forward plus is a silly street legal machine! This car was originally built by Jim Pierce at Pierce Motorsport in Torrance, CA
. His shop is right next door to Tony Callas' Porsche shop Callas Rennsport and he used his expertise on a couple occasions throughout the build process.
. The car was campaigned and developed by Q3 Autosport, formerly Prey Racing in the Grand-Am Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge Series ST Class. The team was essentially ready to rebuild the car at the track at any moment and thankfully never had to do it. Here's a list of the spares package: Service Manual, new set of brake discs front/back (UFO style), extra Performance Friction Pads front/back, Electric Fans & Side Radiators, and many many more new spare parts.
Car is for sale due to change of racing plans.
$35k for entire package. Open to Negotiations, PartX Truck maybe, but keen to sell ASAP Guys and Girls
Contact Steph @
904 440 4512