Some cars just seem to disappear, probably stored in a private collection and protected from the elements. That counts for this Porsche Gemballa Mirage GT Gold Edition as well, because it took 4 1/2 years to spot this car again for a second time.
Back in 2010, Uwe Gemballa disappeared and was found dead a little while later. Just before his death, Uwe had developed the Mirage GT-range that was based on the Porsche Carrera GT. Each copy is a true masterpiece, and so is the Gold Edition that are even more rare. Gold is not only in the name, because we can clearly see the gold parts that make this car really stand-out. The Porsche V10 is producing 650 hp and that makes it faster than the standard Carrera GT. The car is stunning and it is good to see this car again, roaming the streets of Paris.