22-Years-Owned 1980 Porsche 911SC
- Chassis: 91A0142066
- 284k Miles Shown, TMU
- 3.0-Liter Flat-Six
- 5-Speed Manual Transaxle
- Light Ivory Paint
- Tan Leather Upholstery
- 16" Fuchs Alloy Wheels
- Metal Sunroof
- MonteCarlo Seats
- Air Conditioning
- Pioneer Stereo
- Cruise Control
- Refurbishment Photos
- Manufacturer's Literature
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This 1980 Porsche 911SC coupe was acquired by the seller in 2000 and underwent a refurbishment that is said to have been completed in 2018 and included rebuilding the engine, repainting the car in Light Ivory, and refreshing the interior. The car is powered by a 3.0-liter flat-six paired with a five-speed manual transaxle. Equipment includes 16″ Fuchs wheels, a sunroof, front sport seats, and an aftermarket Pioneer CD stereo. This 911SC is now offered with the manufacturer’s literature, a toolkit, refurbishment photos, and a California title.
The seller notes that the car was repainted in its current shade of Light Ivory in 2018 and that the windshield was replaced at that time. Features include front fog lights, a sunroof, black side molding, chrome window surrounds, bullet-style side mirrors, and a single polished exhaust outlet. Photos showing stages of the refinishing process are included in the gallery below.
Chrome-finished 16″ Fuchs wheels are wrapped in 205/55 front and 225/50 rear Michelin Pilot Sport All-Season tires showing date codes from 2020 and 2021. Braking is handled by cross-drilled rotors with red-painted calipers, and the right rear axle was replaced in November 2016.
The seller notes that MonteCarlo seats trimmed in tan leather were fitted by GTS Classics of Austin, Texas, as part of the refurbishment, which also included the replacement of the headliner, carpets, rubber trim, and insulation. Equipment includes power windows and an aftermarket Pioneer CD stereo.
The Momo Prototipo steering wheel frames a central tachometer, a 150-mph speedometer fitted in place of the stock 85-mph version, a clock, and auxiliary gauges. The six-digit mechanical odometer shows 284k miles, approximately 215k of which were added by the seller. Total mileage is unknown.
The 3.0-liter flat-six was rebuilt in October 2017, and work included replacing the exhaust valve, valve springs and guides, timing chain, piston rings, and rod bearings. The seller states that another engine-out service was performed in late 2021. Records from the 2017 rebuild are included in the gallery below.
Power is sent to the rear wheels through a five-speed manual transaxle. According to the seller, an aftermarket exhaust with stainless-steel headers has been installed, and a transmission leak was repaired in October 2017.
Photos showing various stages of the refurbishment are included in the gallery.
There is currently a lien on the car, and the seller’s lender will need to be paid off before the title can be transferred to the new owner.