Probably the most famous sports car to come out of Germany, the 911 or Nine-Eleven as it’s pronounced debuted in September 1964, and has been in continuous production ever since. There have been countless variants over the years that can offer you a pleasant top-down cruise or scare the living daylights out of you. In 1978, Porsche brought out the SC, or Super Carrera, of which 58,914 examples were made. Here’s one of those up for sale right now, a 1982 Porsche 911 SC with 75,710 miles on the odometer and it’s seen some things replaced and refurbished. You know you want it in your life, so why not give us a call ASAP?
The black paintwork and ducktail spoiler work wonders on the iconic and recognizable silhouette of the 911, as this 1982 Porsche 911 SC showcases. Rolling on black and silver alloy wheels that are 7-inches wide at the front and 8-inches wide in the rear, the seller reports that they are also wearing Falken ZE912 tires. The side and rear windows are reportedly tinted, and it’s also said that the car enjoys a new stainless steel exhaust with its single tip visible at the left hand side of the rear bumper. Furthermore, the paintjob is reportedly just five years old. Red brake calipers add a splash of color to the side profile. A lovely tan interior is a great complement to a black exterior, and once again, this 1982 Porsche 911 SC shows us why. The seller reports a host of new things on the inside too, including a new dashboard, new front seats, a new and modern Blaupunkt radio with CD playback, Mr. Cool air conditioning, and aftermarket speakers on the door cards. The iconic five-dial Porsche instrument cluster faces the driver, with VDO electronic gauges and the rev counter taking pride of place in the center. There are two rear seats as well, but they’re best suited for children, or used as additional luggage space to complement the front trunk, or frunk.
You won’t find an engine behind the nose, as every single Porsche 911 built has hosted the engine in the tail, as is the case with this 1982 Porsche 911 SC. The 3.0L flat six has an aluminum block, instead of the previous magnesium unit, in the pursuit of better reliability. Fed by Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection, the power output is 201hp, sent to the rear wheels via a five-speed manual transmission. The current owner reports an automatic cam tensioner is present too.
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