The result of a canceled Le Mans race car project, the Carrera GT never officially took to the track in anger. Delivered new to an owner in Belgium in 2005, the car was built by GPR to be a competitor in the FIA Endurance Championship. Rules prevented the car from ever competing, but it stands as the only true track-prepped Carrera GT in existence. GPR added in a safety cage, racing-spec air lift system, new suspension wishbones and pushrods, and a Motech control unit. BBS provided the ultra-lightweight magnesium center-lock wheels, and a paint scheme was added in classic Porsche livery. Not just a tuner special, this Carrera GT is as close to Porsche's original vision for the car as you'll find.