A car enthusiast in the Netherlands is selling a fleet of 18 Porsche 911 GT3 supercars worth a total of €2.4m (£2.2m).
According to the motoring forum Pistonheads, the collector claims to have placed the order for the track-focused cars in 2015 and was planning to build a private racing circuit on which to drive them.
But the website says the racetrack was “never built and the fleet of cars was left undriven”.
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The 911 GT3s come with the same gloss white paint and Porsche’s optional Club Sport pack, Pistonheads reports.
The pack adds racing-inspired safety features such as a roll cage and six-point harness seatbelts, the website adds, along with a battery cut-off switch and fire extinguisher.
The fleet is available to buy in its entirety, or the cars can be bought individually for €134,500 (£119,100) each, says US-based magazine Road & Track.
The price of a single model is a relative bargain for 911 GT3 buyers, as second-hand models with more than 1,000 miles on the clock sell for around £130,000 on used car website Auto Trader.
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