911 SC w/ New 930 3.3 Turbo Engine & trans + Big Brake and Suspension Upgrades

Sale price: $18000,00 make an offer

Technical specifications

Manufacturer:Porsche
Model:911
Year:1980
Type:Coupe
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Color:Tobacco Metallic
Mileage:79,000
Transmission:Manual
Interior Color:Tan Pasha
Engine:3.3 Litre turbocharged
Trim:Euro
Number of Cylinders:6
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Description

!! Sleeper 911 with Turbo Power !!
Up for auction is a fun club, track, or hooligan car.It has the looks of a hot rod 74 Euro RS, but packs the punch that only the 930 turbo can deliver combined with a well sorted suspension. The car is a real sleeper, with only the bulge in duck tail hinting at the performance.
After 14 years, I am selling my trusted 911 and getting out of the aircooled business. The car has been super reliable and has been an all-around great driver. It started life as a German market Euro (I actually found a few deutschmarks in the seat cushions!) before being brought to the US. I am the 2nd owner since it was imported in the late 80’s, buying it in 2000. I slowly added small modifications here and there until 2012, turning it into the car you see here. The car has some really unique and desirable options, such as rare tobacco metallic paint, very rare Pasha Interior (Euro on the 911), autoheat system (yes it really works), intermittent wipers (never used as I don’t drive in the rain). As a bonus, there are tons of nice spares that come with the car.
As you can see from the specs below, this a very well sorted car, using proven recipes, and utilizing premium components. Performance, from acceleration, handling, and braking is outstanding, great stance and head turning looks. The chassis is straight, never been in crash. The vast majority of the components listed on the list below are less than 3 years old, with less than 2500 miles on them since building the car to its current state over the 2012 winter. The body is clean and the paint is shiny.
The star of the show is the ’79 3.3 turbo engine with the superior OEM 964 intercooler and bypass plumbing, totally rebuild by Patrick motorsports for the owner’s personal car but never installed prior to me purchasing it in 2011. This was a very expensive and proper rebuild, producing big power and reliability. It has not been jury rigged into the SC, utilizing the stock 14pin connector wiring, proper oem Fuel lines and filter, correct backdated OEM oil lines, 930 oil tank, All gauges work and are mated to the correct senders. It’s never been on a dyno, but based on the specs, it is probably around or above 400hp.
§ Fully rebuilt, all new bearings, seals and gaskets – NO LEAKS!
§ Mahle forged pistons, rebuild rods and rockers
§ 993 cams
§ Euro Fuel distributor
§ Brand new Tial Waste gate with .8 and 1 bar springs (I have only used the .8 bar for reliability, I try and run a blend of 101 and 93 octane for insurance even though its rated for premium gas)
§ B&B full stainless exhaust system with heat exchangers
§ 964 factory intercooler (the best Porsche ever made for the 930, and better than most aftermarket)
§ VDO mechnical boost guage in place of dash clock and Wide band O2 cockpit gauge in console
§ I have tuned adjustable WUR on the rich side (I have erred on the side of reliability over HP)
§ Bosh motorsport fuel pump in the factory location
§ New backdated oil lines
§ New mobil 1 every fall
The rest of the car is spec’d as follows:
§ Transmission: 930 4 speed, factory limited slip, rebuilt in before being put into service in Brand new Carrera axles, sachs motorsport organic clutch, new clutch cable, swpeco lube
§ Brakes: 964 brakes, 12” rotors, 930 master, stainless lines all new/rebuilt – proven combo
§ Lights: all Euro, Brand new H4 headlights, new front and rear orange lenses
§ Controls: new Momo Protipo steering wheel, rebuilt pedal cluster, new pedal pads
§ Suspension: Repacked all wheel bearing, All new polygraphite bearings, adjustable rear spring plate (these are awesome for alignment and ride height), Bilstien HD shocks, 22/28 T-bars, Tarret 22mm adjustable sway bars, new ball joints, new turbo tie rods, New Conti Sport contact 205/225 tires
§ Interior: Standard seat, pasha inserts, sony CD player, Clarion speakers (nothing to write home about but it makes noise)
§ Body: custom ducktail to clear intercooler, 21 row Euro OEM oil cooler, Euro bumperettes, Paint is shinny and in nice condition, I would call it a 8/10 – a solid driver. New sunroof cables, VDO mechanical boost gauge, owners manual, PDF of 930 shop manual, original expandable spare tire, pump, and jack
If you don’t like the hood strips or Carrera stripes, the graphics are easily be removed as they are vinyl and new so there won’t be any paint fade
Included Spares
§ Recaro SRD’s, chocolate fabric. A few small rips, and passengers side inner bolster foam is slightly degraded (divers is in great shape)
§ 3 yards of impossible to find new Pasha fabric imported from Germany when you decide to pull the trigger on a reupholster or new seats
§ Original Fuchs wheels, 6/7” in great condition
§ Original steering wheel with leather cover
§ Right side exit B&B muffler and wastegate pipe (C2 style)
§ Mistery brand muffler
§ Factory wastegate (needs diaphragm)
§ CNC fuel blocks and TPS throttle body for fuel injector conversion (was planning on that eventually)
§ Spare oil filter
§ Original SC brakes/master/rotors all in great shape
§ Original SC sway bars
§ Original SC oil tank
§ Spare front bumper
§ Jack pad (fits in jack point for jacking up car with floor jack
§ Factory steel 930 air cleaner box (its huge)
§ Spare sc air box (not exploded)
§ Perfect spare hood
§ A set of new bumper accordions
§ Spare tail lenses in OK condition
§ 915 shifter
§ Leather shift boot
§ US rear Bumperettes (small ding in one of them)
§ 2 sets of oem centercaps (one needs painting)
§ Rebel racing rear coilover kit – haven’t got around to installing
§ Spear new alternator bearings
§ Special Porsche tappet feeler gauge tool
§ Box of miscellaneous fasteners, switches, ignition parts, body parts
The Bad: Nothing perfect, so here are the disclosures: Car Had AC at one point, but long since removed but the controls (including smugglers box blower/evaporator) are still there. There are the usual minor chips and dings (very minor) and a little road rash on the hood that has been repaired with Dr colorchip. The car has been painted at some point prior to me buying it, nice job, but you can find some minor, tiny overspray in a couple of spots. There is an odd touch up above the door jamb hood release (sized of a Nickle, don’t know why, but was from before I owned it. There are a couple of scratches on the sun roof from when the cable failed and jammed the panel. As part of federalization when imported, the bumper was drilled for the US sized bumperettes, I have put the Euro ones back on, but holes are still there, plus there is a faint line outling the US pads. If it bothers you your options are to fill and repaint or just put the US pads back on (included). There is also some minor corrosion on the underside of the rear bumper. If you pulled the rear bumper, filled the holes and painted it, you would have a 9/10 body. The paint has started to discolor on the rear lower bumper valance where is was rubbing on the tail pipe and burned. The seam in the driver’s seat between the pasha and vinly has started to fail, and there are few cracks in the door side bolsters, not real obvious, but not perfect . There appears to be a cigarette burn in the console and on the door sill carpet (no one has smoked in this car for at least 15 years now). The washer pump motor works intermittently, never bothered to replace as I never really drive in inclement weather. There is a switch on the dash to none existent fog lights (see pics) Beyond that, the pics tell the rest.
Of course being a used car, there is no warranty. The new owner is responsible for arrange and paying for all shipping, keep in mind you will be responsible for shipping costs for everything that will not fit in the car. I think that pallet shipped freight would be the cheapest option for the spare.Please also note that the car is titled as a 1981, but due to federalizing, carries the older pre 17 digit VIN.
Please contact me with any questions or Pic requests. We can talk on the phone as well. Buy is responsible for all shipping costs, and don’t forget the shipping all of the extras will be expensive, and will require freight (hood, wheels, bumper, and seats). Local pick up may be worth it if you can swing it. I don’t really want to split all of the parts and deal with selling them separately, so not interested in lowering the price if you don’t take the spares.
Pre purchase inspections are welcome at your expense and with respect to my schedule.
This is the 2nd porsche I have sold on Ebay with a Happy buyer. Please look at my 100% positive feedback
Regards

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