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A paint to sample GT3 RS is quite a rare sight to see, regardless of which generation you look at.
The 996 GT3 RS didn’t offer such an option at the time, and when it came to the 997 paint to sample colors were starting to become more prominent, but still only those who knew, knew. The 991.1 offered a larger range of colors to pick from, but availability was limited, and the same held true for the 991.2 GT3 RS. In certain regions across the world, like North America, the paint to sample option for the 991.2 GT3 RS was not available.
For the exact reason I’m uncertain, but this led to a handful of very creative builds using the standard color palette in North America specifically, and maybe that is a sector of cars we will revisit soon. In other regions however, like Europe, the paint to sample option was available for the 991.2 GT3 RS, but not many exist. This particular color is the only one finished in Aston Martin Racing Green Metallic.
Yes. I know it's just Racing Green Metallic, but there are too many different variations of the name that have drastically different finishes, so for the sake of this post and my page this is Aston Martin Racing Green.
Personally I am a huge fan of this configuration, as I love the Satin Aurum finish on the wheels and the yellow carbon ceramic brake calipers, and the absence of the GT3 RS side script and the Weissach Package are just the perfect additions as well.
The interior has been selected with the upgraded Black Leather/Alcantara, which includes GT Silver deviated stitching throughout. This configuration is then nicely completed with the bucket seats and the Clubsport Package.
This Aston Martin Racing Green Metallic GT3 RS was captured here by @stimpfig