Well, hopefully those of you who planned on buying a $440,000 Carrera GT got one, since Porsche has decided not to bring any more into the country. Or, rather, maybe the feds made that decision for them, as the car doesn't meet 2006 safety standards, and Porsche couldn't obtain a waiver. Regardless, having already imported about 400 of the cars, were an additional 250 likely to find homes? I guess we won't be finding out what the employee discount pricing is like on a Carrera GT.
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