2023 718 Cayman GT4 RS

Is the GT4 RS market rebounding?

I’m still waiting for a rip in a 718 Cayman GT4 RS (ahem, Brian) so I can experience the 4.0L flat-six screaming behind my head while taking corners at break-neck speeds thanks to the 992 GT3-based engine and adaptive Bilstein dampers in Porsche’s 718 swan-song.

This 1,300-mile 2023 718 Cayman GT4 RS is finished in Guards Red over Black leather with Deep Sea Blue Stitching and Race-Tex seat inserts. It comes optioned from the factory with Porsche’s Weissach Package, Neodyme-painted wheels, a Front Axle Lift System, Red Door Pulls, Red Seat Belts, and more for an original MSRP of $173,630.

The Guards Red paint is in good condition although some rock chips are noted on the rear fenders and a handful of paint meter readings show no signs of paint work. The interior is super clean as is the engine bay (at least what we can see) and undercarriage as evidenced from shots of every angle in the photo gallery. A very nice car, as it should be, with a handful of miles.

Cayman GT4 RS have been on a slide since we saw the first cars hit the market in early 2023 with this car previously selling for $230,000 in June of last year. With that slide in mind, I was a little surprised that this example sold at a final bid of $226,000, beating current average prices by about $10k. But this is now the second GT4 RS to sell above average in the last month. Does this mean GT4 RS are having a bit of a resurgence? A few more comps will tell.


There are many Porsche Centers here in the US, and then there are PORSCHE Centers. Those who have a deep-rooted passion for the history of the marque that shows through everything they do, especially their choice of inventory. And Porsche Salt Lake City is one such PORSCHE Center. Serving the Salt Lake Valley since 1958 as one of the first Porsche dealers in the United States, a quick browse of their inventory lets one know just how dedicated to the brand this group of Porsche enthusiasts is.

Take for example this 1993 964 Carrera RS 3.8. Produced as the base to homologate Porsche’s legendary 3.8 RSR race car, the Carrera RS 3.8 was the ultimate evolution of the standard RS as it shed around 600 lbs of weight while increasing horsepower to 300 for a most visceral driving experience. And with only 55 units produced, you’ll be hard-pressed to find another for sale on the showroom floor of another Porsche Center.

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