1982 Porsche 911 SC Turbo Look
1982 911 SC Chassis, Motor, and Transmission with 1988 930 Turbo Body panels, Brakes, Suspension, and Interior.
I have owned this car for almost 10 years and have put on half of its 150,000 miles. This has always been a North Carolina car, so there are no rust issues. This is a nice tight, fast, fun car that has a lot of cool modifications done to it. It took me a long time to find a turbo look car that actually looked right. With all the factory 930 parts on this car it looks just right.
The conversion was done in 1990 according to the previous owner. The 930 that the parts came from was turned into a 935 race car and all the street parts went into this car. I know that I am at least the 5th owner. The previous owner drove the car very little and had it for a couple of years. I think the owner before him did the conversion and wanted to track the car, but never did.
Motor Rebuilt at 128,000 miles,
New Carrera Chain Tensioners, and Ramps
New Head Studs,
New MSD Ignition,
New MSD Blaster 2 Coil
New Fuel Filter,
Heads Ported and Polished,
Larger Front Oil Cooler, car never gets hot.
Transmission Rebuilt at the same time as motor,
New Clutch Disk
New Through Out Bearing,
Poly-Graphite Suspension Bushings
Carbo Tech High Performance Brake Pads.
The black turbo interior is in great shape. No cracks in the dash and the panels look very nice. The black leather seats are full power. There is a couple of inch, inch and a half scratches on the left drivers side bolster from getting in and out of the car. A normal thing for a car this old. The carpets are in good shape with plenty of life left in them. It also comes with turbo floor mats.
The windshield washer bottle is nonexistent, never needed it. Wipers do work.
High beams stay on some times, will need a new switch at the steering wheel stalk.
AC has been disconnected, I didn't want the extra weight in the back. Still have all the parts, and they come with the car.
When I bought the car, it needed paint. I figured it would make a great summer project for the future. The paint is checking in a lot of spots and is a little dull in others. It still looks good at 5 to 10 feet. The good news is that there are virtually no dings or dents and it doesn't need paint right away.
I have taken this car on many long trips, and I feel confident that you could drive this car anywhere without any worries. If you want to ship it, you will have to arrange that yourself. I can help load it or get it to the local port if you need to. Or take the trip and drive it home
In general this is a great fun car. I do encourage you to come out and take a look and test drive it and see it for your self.
|VIN (Vehicle Identification Number):||wp0aa0918cs120294||Mileage:||150,000|
|Number of Cylinders:||6||Model:||911|
|Body Type:||Coupe||Engine:||3.0 nornaly asperated|
|Warranty:||Vehicle has an existing warranty||Vehicle Title:||Clear|
|Sub Model:||SC||Options:||CD Player, Leather Seats, Sunroof|
|Exterior Color:||White||For Sale By:||Private Seller|