For modern Porschephiles, a road-going 911 GT1 is a must-have as only 25 units were made for homologation purposes just so that a race car version of it can compete in the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile's GT Championship series.
Produced at such a limited number, you can imagine it's very rare to come by one that's up for sale. Fortunately, that time is now as a 911 GT1 Straßenversion (German for "street version") is up for sale on mobile.de.
According to the ad on Germany's largest car buying website, the car has only run 900 kilometers, is located in Kyoto, Japan, and has a full service history. Its engine might have been tweaked though as the ad says its power output is 700hp when it originally produced just 544hp right out of the factory.
So if you've got €1.3 million (over P79 million at €1:P61.006) lying around, we think that investing on such a collectible is a wise decision. Too bad the GT1 was only available as a right-hand-drive model which means you'll have to convert it though if you want to drive it here.