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Used 2012 Porsche RUF CTR-3 Clubsport
|Engine||3.8 L V8|
|Trans||6 Speed Sequential|
|Trans:||6 Speed Sequential|
|Engine Size:||3.8 L V8|
Miller Motorcars isproud to present a very rare and sought after 2012 RUF CTR-3 Clubsport, Thisbeast belongs amongst supercars such as the Porsche 918, Ferrari LaFerrari,McLaren P1, Bugatti Veyron and the Pagani Huayra! The build quality ismemorizing and you can see the value and quality that went into the engineeringof this piece of working art. RUFï¿½s in general are well respected and very hardto come by in the United States. This example is EPA/DOT compliant and has a UStitle. The process of importation is time consuming, complicated and expensive.Imagine having a rarer car than any of the most value supercars made by thebest?
History on this one of a kind CTR-3 Clubsport.
This car was built for Gerard Lopez in2012. At that time, he was in the process of purchasing a majority stakein RUF from Alois and becoming Chairman. So you can imagine the specialattention this build received.
- Complete mechanical service, including all fluids, brake flush, etc.
- Four new Michelin PSS tires mounted and balanced (since the car was built, a newer version of the tire and in a larger size became available and the engineers recommended this upgrade)
- The Alpine system was completely updated and Bluetooth installed
- The ECU was reprogrammed and mapped to RUFï¿½s latest spec
- The entire front of the car was wrapped in clear protective film
The car had 1,183 miles when all of the abovewas done, it now has about 2,100 miles.
Of these, only nine are Clubsports, and this isthe only ï¿½narrowï¿½ body (meaning without the additional carbon fiber wheel archextensions - this has a much cleaner, pure look to it). This car isfitted with both factory options: front axle lift system and full Alpinesound/navigation/camera system. It has the maximum horsepower of any CTR3built at 777, and has the next generation (they are just starting to use themregularly) 410mm ceramic brakes. In addition, the car comes with:
- All books, manuals and sets of keys
- A custom RUF indoor car cover
- Two sets of seats bolsters (three pieces for each seat) so that the driver and passenger can customize their seat.
History on the RUFCTR-3
The CTR3 was released 20years after the original Ruf CTR, on April 11, 2007, at the BahrainInternational Circuit in Sakhir, Bahrain, and 12 years after theCTR2. Continuing the Ruf tradition of enhancing Porsche automobiles,the CTR3 shares both the body panels and engine from Porsche. For the firsttime, however, it features a Ruf designed body built on a dedicated platform,reflecting the "classic" visual feel of older Porsche sports cars.Additionally, Ruf adopted the Porsche Cayman's mid-engine layout for the newcar, rather than the traditional rear-engine layout of the previous CTR models(CTR and CTR2). Built out of steel, aluminum, and Kevlar-carbon,the car altogether weighs 1,375 kg (3,031 lb).The engine of the CTR3 is a Porsche derived 3.8 L flat-6 pairedwith twin KK&K turbochargers; this means the CTR3 produces 515 kW(691 hp) at 7,000 rpm and has a maximum torque of890 Nï¿½m (660 lbï¿½ft).
As for performance, theCTR3 has a top speed of approximately 375 km/h (233 mph),and accelerates from 0ï¿½100 km/h in 3.1 seconds.
For the 2012 model, theengine has been upgraded to 552 kW (740 hp) and 960 Nï¿½m(710 lbï¿½ft). The Clubsport package, which is available since 2012, booststhe power and torque to 572 kW (767 hp) and 980 Nï¿½m(720 lbï¿½ft). All can be ordered with 6-speed manual or7-speed dual-clutch gearbox.
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