This 1982 Porsche 911SC coupe is powered by a 3.0-liter flat-six paired that was rebuilt in 2019 and fitted with replacement pistons, cylinders, and accessories, and modified with revised engine management software, a CSF oil cooler, and aftermarket intake and exhaust components. The car is said to have been registered in California since new and was acquired by the seller in 2018. Finished in red over Recaro seats trimmed in black leather, the car is equipped with a five-speed manual transaxle, a WaveTrac limited-slip differential, 16″ Fuchs alloy wheels, Bilstein dampers, a sunroof, bumper-integrated fog lights, a MOMO steering wheel, and a Continental head unit linked to Kicker speakers. This 911SC coupe is offered at no reserve with service records, spare parts, and a clean California title in the seller’s name.
The car was factory-finished in Guards Red and is said to have been repainted. Details include a sunroof, dual side mirrors, a vented engine cover, and H4 headlights. Hella LED fog lights have been installed in the front bumper cover, and the rear bumperettes have been removed. The Carfax report lists a damage report in a November 2017 entry that affected the front-left part of the vehicle.
The 16″ Fuchs wheels with bronze centers are mounted with 205/55 front and 225/50 rear Continental ExtremeContact DWS 06 Plus tires that were installed in May 2023. Bilstein B6 dampers were fitted in 2022, and the seller states the front wheel bearings were replaced during current ownership. Stopping power is provided by power-assisted four-wheel disc brakes with ventilated rotors.
The cabin features Recaro SR3 bucket seats that are reupholstered in black leather, and Rennline kick panels are fitted in the footwells. The sunroof and door seals are said to have been replaced as well as the door cards and pull straps, and replacement carpeting was applied over lightweight sound-deadening material. Appointments include a wood shift knob, a Wevo shifter, a Continental stereo receiver, and Kicker door speakers.
The MOMO Jackie Stewart steering wheel frames a central tachometer as well as a 150-mph speedometer, a clock, and gauges for oil level, oil temperature, oil pressure, and fuel level. The tachometer is said to have been rebuilt, and the speedometer and combination gauge are offset. The six-digit odometer shows 233k miles, approximately 9k of which were added under current ownership.
The 3.0-liter flat-six was rebuilt in 2019, and work is said to have included replacing the pistons, cylinders, fuel pump, cooling fan, and shroud along with cleaning and painting the engine bay. Replacement engine mounts were installed, and modifications consist of a Rasant engine management system with a Motec ECU as well as a modified air intake, a CSF oil cooler, and a high-output starter. The battery was replaced and an oil change was performed in 2023.
Power is sent to the rear wheels through a Type 915 five-speed manual transaxle and a WaveTrac limited-slip differential. The flywheel, clutch kit, guide sleeve, and pilot bearing were replaced in April 2022. A Dansk sport muffler and heat exchangers are installed.
Photos taken during the engine rebuild in 2019 can be seen in the gallery.
The Carfax report shows the aforementioned damage report in November 2017 along with history in California from the first entry in 2001 through the last entry in March 2020. The seller states that the car cannot pass a California emissions test, therefore it cannot be sold to an in-state private party buyer.
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