Rev, white and blue: Porsche 911 GT3 RS goes up for sale for £150,000
If you're a Coventry City fan (and you happen to live in Coventry), you'll find it difficult to advert your eyes away from this unique-looking Porsche.
Listed on Auto Trader, where it's been described as "stunning" by its current owner, this 2004 911 GT3 RS has been given a £149,950 price-tag.
Despite changing hands three times in its lifetime, the 381bhp GT3 RS, which can sprint from 0-60mph in 4.5 seconds and go on to 192mph, is still in flawless condition and has racked up only 26,000 miles in 11 years.
As well as providing ultimate rear-wheel driving pleasure, this rare RHD 911 is powered by a 3.6-litre lump and is fitted with a roll cage and the full GT3 RS specification, including automatic air conditioning, a Porsche CDR 3 radio, blue belts and harness, an Alcantara steering wheel, plumbed fire extinguisher, and unmarked factory-finish blue wheels.
Along with the standard specification some carefully selected modifications have been addedm including, Bilstein suspension, upgraded rose jointed triple rear links, a Cargraphic exhaust, Alcon brakes and a Fabspeed custom carbon air intake.
It's finished in Carrera White with blue decals, meaning it closely resembles that of its local football club.
In the advert, the owner states: "What a car to drive. It does not get anymore involving than this for a road going car.
"A fantastic investment opportunity, with values rising at a fast pace and Porsche track focused cars becoming increasingly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts."