The first television actor ever to earn $1M per episode, Jerry Seinfeld has a well-documented love for cars and motorsport, with an approximately 150 vehicle stable of elite examples. The Brooklyn-born comedian also has a particular affinity for Porsches both old and new, with Seinfeld currently owning approximately 80 specimens from the Stuttgart marque. Half-a-decade-ago, Seinfeld ordered a new 2016 911 GT3 RS from the factory, and after accumulating only 1,500 miles, the ex-Seinfeld 911 is now headed to auction.
Built by Porsche’s Special Wishes Program, Seinfeld’s GT3 RS features a cool quarter-million-dollars worth of add-ons and upgrades including the entire Sport Chrono package, four-wheel independent suspension, a rare Liquid Chrome Blue Metallic livery, an extended range fuel cell, carbon-ceramic brakes, an axle lift system, carbon trim package, and LED lighting throughout. Powering the road-legal track weapon is a 520hp 4.0L double overhead cam-equipped flat-six engine that allows for 0-60mph runs in three seconds flat. Jerry Seinfeld’s 2016 Porsche 911 GT3 RS is expected to fetch between $290,000 and $330,000 when it goes under the hammer at Bonhams’ upcoming Supercars on Sunset at Los Angeles’ Petersen Automotive Museum on April 10. Serviced by renowned Porsche tuning outfit Canepa in 2019, the car is also rumored to have possibly been owned by a Jon Voight… maybe.
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