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A 2013 Ultima GTR

*plus 13.2% Buyer’s premium including VAT

Hammer*     £34000

Maker Ultima
Model GTR
Colour Yellow
Registration WG63 KRE
Year 2013

A 2013 Ultima GTR, registration number WG63 KRE, chassis number ULTIMASPORT225277, engine number 11996022001487, yellow. Established in 1983 Ultima Sports Cars Ltd have built an enviable reputation for constructing some of the fastest production cars in the world, holding several production speed world records. With a racing sports car background Ultima were in a privileged position to produce a road going supercar. This they achieved in spades when they introduced the GTR in 1999. Available in both kit form and turnkey from the factory they are highly prized an offer tremendous power and handling in a bespoke package which can be tailored to any enthusiasts needs. This example has been built to an extremely high standard by an experienced and highly skilled engineer, using all new components supplied by Ultima and a reconditioned Porsche G50 five speed gearbox and transaxle mated to a Mercedes-Benz 5 litre V8. The V8 was a new and unused item which was removed from the production line in 1989 and was initially displayed in the entrance foyer of the training school until it became dated and was gifted to Cornwall College for training purposes in their engineering department. All components purchased from Ultima including the chassis, full roll cage, AP racing brakes and numerous other components totalled tens of thousands of pounds. There are numerous other receipts on file for again thousands of pounds for other new parts, build sheets and a statement from Ultima confirming all new components were used in the construction. The accompanying history file contains all the build receipts, MOTs since completion in 2013, photographs and sundry paperwork. With less than 400 miles recorded on the odometer this supercar is to all intents and purposes a new car and offers tremendous value when one considers how much a similar car would cost to build today. V5C, MOT to September 2019 See illustrations