Original unrestored Porsche 911 SC--Super Carerra. Includes whale tail spoiler (not currently mounted on the trunk of the car). 72,000 miles. The car has been owned since October 2001 by an area enthusiast, who used the car as a summer-only pleasure vehicle. The gentleman took meticulous care of the car, and drove just over 7000 miles in the past 16 years. He summarized the maintenance and repairs he's done on the car over his ownership history: * Wiper Switch Relay (2001) * Alternator and Heater Box Cable (2002) * Air Box Pop Up Valve (2003) * Chain Tensioner and Carrera Update Kit (2004) * Heater Sensor (2005) * Battery (2005) * TIres (2009) * Major Tune-Up (adjusted valves, brakes and transmission and all fluids replaced) (2010) * Fuel Pump Relay (2012) * Speedometer Clock Repair (2012) * Brakes: calipers, rotors and pads (3014) * Replacement Battery (2012) The transmission number is: #915/62 73C 0811 The engine number: #63C 0804 930/10 VIN: WPOZZZ91ZC5100506 The car was manufactured in Germany for "Rest of the World" (excluding manufacture for USA, Japan, Canada or Switzerland) but was brought to the USA as a grey market car in August, 1986 according to the CARFAX report. The CARFAX shows no service issues, accidents or body work--just the import data. He also had regular pre-winter storage oil and lube services done annually. Our Motorland Service Center has a close match tweed fabric that can used to recover the drivers seat or to repair the affected area patch at the seams. Here's some background of the 911 SC: "In 1978, Porsche introduced the new version of the 911, called the '911SC'. Porsche reintroduced the SC designation for the first time since the 356SC (as distinguished from the race engined 356 Carrera). There was no Carrera version of the 911SC. The "SC" stands for "Super Carrera". It featured a 3.0-litre aluminum engine with Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection and a 5-speed 915 transmission. Originally power output was 180 PS (130 kW; 180 bhp), later 188 bhp (140 kW; 191 PS) and then in 1981 it was increased to 204 PS (150 kW; 201 bhp). The move to an aluminum engine was to regain case reliability, something missing for many years with magnesium. 911 SC sales totaled 58,914 cars."
1982 Porsche 911 SC - $29,500
|Upholstery||Drivers Seat Back has tear|
|Door Panels||Black Vinyl|
|Instruments||Blaunpunk AM/FM Cassette|
|Engine||Number: 63C 0804 930/10|
|Transmission||5 Speed Transmission. #915/62 73C 0811|
|Battery||12 Volt Interstate|