FS: Noble M12 GTO 3R – 420rwhp – 20,305 miles

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Noble M12 GTO


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2004 Noble M12 GTO 3R

6 speed

Exterior Color: Metallic

Interior Color: with blue leather and blue leather stitching

20,305 (as of February 12, 2013)

US$ 49,900

I am the 3rd owner of this If you are not very familiar with the M12/M400, a total of 220 were to the USA and they weigh about lbs, so they don?t a whole lot of power to get them This particular example some time at Turbo (a very well-known tuner and developer for Nobles), where a few were performed ($ 20,000 enough to increase the performance, and power to 420rwhp.

It does so on a very conservative The car runs extremely well so I not messed around with it any but I am sure there is some left on the table.

This was the original Car Driver Test car for 1G out of Ohio, so a lot of issues and concerns addressed early (as well as mechanical improvements, etc.). The car was bought from Dean (1G Racing) in 2008 and was registered an Indiana title. due to the certificate of not being issued until it had to be registered as a 2008 vehicle so is what the title shows. The car was sold to the 2nd owner in Dallas, TX.

I it after that and registered in where it is currently registered as a ASVE Noble M12 GTO 3R so you should no issues getting it registered else.

Here is the list of modifications

to T-28 twin turbos turbos)

Turbo Hoses SS 304 system with Magnaflow (retains catalytic converters)

Hoses Upgraded and oversized

Turbo Hoses Upgraded pump

Turbo Hoses and retuned ECU

Turbo Hoses oil pan with quick release nice for oil changes and access to the oil

Built bottom end with work and cams (cannot be based on receipts. info from the 1st owner to the 2nd owner and to me)

Factory Getrag 6-speed (closer ratios and higher top

Stock Quaife automatic LSD

Factory AP Racing calipers

Factory AP Racing Vented and rotors w/4-pot calipers at 17,700 miles)

Factory HR suspension

Factory Willans seats and 4-point harness regular seatbelts as well)

roll-cage and headliner wrapped in leather with blue

Factory wheels (18 x 8.5 and 18 x 10) wrapped in F1s (225/40/18 and 265/35/18). about 70% left on front and 40% left on

Factory Sony CD player remote and Infinity 6? coaxial

Optima Yellow battery

front lip and rear wing is the original CF piece but was painted to the car. I prefer CF so had them wrapped)

Windows professionally at 35% on sides and 20% rear and corner smoked to better match the (hate amber!)

Custom caps – they the color of the wheels – I the original 3R caps as well if you them.

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The A/C works extremely well, a lot than the average Noble. are no leaks of ANY sort on any of the headlamps or The speedometer works well and is accurate. Fuel lines been replaced.

The last performed was at 19,605 miles change, parking brake air conditioner serviced and recharged, pan opened and thoroughly inspected replaced the throttle cable a new one and more heat-resistant, etc.). All fasteners work very and there is no sagging on any of the panels. I documentation for all the TSB?s and potential that could arise these type of cars, as as the build manual composed of 500 pages of information (from how the Duratec 3.0L V6 was put together, to how to the drive-train and the chassis together).

Additional issues that are common in these cars have been addressed:

Parking brake adjustment

A/C lines replaced and fittings replaced

– A/C vents

– A/C fully charged and

– Throttle cable

– Tunnel cooling mod

Bottom panels and belly-pan been removed, all parts thoroughly inspected and adjusted rivets replaced with for easier access

– turbos have been and bolts/nuts have been with locking washers to prevent any leaks

– New insulation around intercooler

No overheating issues

I would the inside of the vehicle at 9/10 a few minor imperfections (keep in it is 9 years old). I would rate the at a 9/10. There are a few rock chips that been re-touched (I would say 6 of them ranging from 1mm to 2mm = small), but this is definitely one of the looking Nobles M12/M400s I ever seen in person I was searching for one.

I drive the car occasionally, so mileage increase with time.

If you any specific questions, or would any specific photos, please free to reach me via email at

Please get your finances in – I am not going to give for the heck of it. If you want to drive the please make sure you can it. You break it, you bought it.


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