Porsche’s 991 generation of the 911 was a quantum leap forward in many ways but it also moved the Carrera closer to grand tourer than sports car.
To rectify that in the non-GT cars, Porsche offered the GTS, which is the closest you can get to a GT3 in a Carrera model. Incidentally, since the 991.1 GT3 was only available with a dual-clutch automatic (aka PDK), the GTS was the closest you could get to a GT3 with a manual transmission.
This 2016 GTS is finished in rare Agate grey and is special because it was ordered special with lightness and performance in mind. The owner spec’d ceramic brakes (a $8500 option), manual gearbox (7-speed), and most importantly – a slicktop roof, and avoided most of the heavy luxury options. Sold new with an MSRP of over $130,000, the original owner is selling it with 6800 miles and an asking price of $120,000.