The 911 SC effectively replaced the 911 S and was one of Porsche’s first models that was meant for the international market. It was sold as a cheaper alternative to the 911 Turbo. Our guys from PCarMarket is currently offering a 1980 Porsche 911SC Coupe that was customized and restored by the team of expert craftsmen at ROCS Motorsports of New Jersey. This is a one-of-a-kind creation that is more refined, more driver friendly, more dependable and still out-performed every other car in its class.
During the restoration process, this coupe was stripped to bare metal so that it can be given a new body style so it can fit wider wheels. The rear bumper was also modified to accommodate the re- rear quarter panels while the hood, bumpers, trunk lid, and engine grill have been replaced with earlier 911 parts. The exterior is then finished in one of Porsche’s historic color options which is the Aquamarine Blue that was available on the 356A models during the late 1950s.
The cabin features extensive modifications to a short wheelbase dashboard which is wrapped in black leather that also compliments the Recaro-style bucket seats trimmed in black leather as well. Other notable interior features are as follows a powder coated 911R roll bar, a Wevo shifter, custom backdated gauges, a full sound system, air conditioning, and rear seat delete, a white headliner, grey RS-style felt carpeting, and a 1980s MOMO Prototipo steering wheel with a rare 1970s horn button.
This 911 SC gets its power from an air-cooled 3.0L flat-six engine that has been modified with PMO 40 carburetors, Turbo valve covers, MSD electronic high discharge ignition, and a stainless-steel dual exhaust. The power is then sent to the rear wheels thanks to a 5-speed 915 manual transmission with a new sport clutch assembly and aluminum pressure plate.
Feel free to watch the videos below to show just how pristine this coupe is and why you should start putting your bids now!