This 1979 Porsche 911SC coupe was modified using a backdated bodywork along with a long-hood conversion, S/T-style decklid, bumpers, and rear fender flares.
Power comes from a 3.0-liter flat-six modified to displace 3.4 liters. The engine received upgrades like a Mahle Motorsports 3.4L piston and cylinder set, a Web Cam Inc. camshaft, a Clewett Engineering electronic ignition system, and PMO 46mm carburetors. The drivetrain features a Type 915 five-speed manual transaxle, a Fidanza aluminum flywheel, a Sachs clutch kit, and a limited-slip differential.
Inside, you’ll find reclining bucket seats upholstered in black leatherette with houndstooth cloth inserts, along with a MOMO steering wheel, an Autopower Industries bolt-in roll bar, RS-style carpeting, door panels, and a Rennline shifter, pedal set, and floorboards. Additional equipment includes a center-fill fuel tank, a front-mount oil cooler, a Dansk muffler, Bilstein shocks, and Minilite 15″ alloy wheels.