Since it is in Spain the car has had 3 owners. The first from 1996 to August 2000, the second to June 2015 and the third to the present day.
According to invoices, the engine was restored in 2015 and since then it has driven just over 25,000km.
The car has it’s Porsche certificate, where we could see that the chassis number, engine and gearbox are the original ones. In addition, we could see as well the extras and characteristics of the vehicle.
– November 2015 (130,591km): Engine restoration.
– November 2018: Change of the fuel pump.
– October 2020: Clutch change.
– February 2021: Change of tires + brake lines + suspension (Bilstein B6)
The 911 SC (Super Carrera) came onto the market in 1978 to replace the 911 S and 911 Carrera 3.0 as the naturally aspirated model in the range, adopting the wider body of the latter. In its first year of life, it had a 3.0 engine that delivered 180hp. After two years, in 1980, the power was increased to 188hp, to finally deliver 204hp from 1981. As for body types, it was available with a Coupé and Targa body and in 1983 the Cabriolet version appeared, becoming the first 911 with this type of body. In 1984 the model was replaced by the 911 Carrera 3.2.
Chassis number: WP0ZZZ91ZCS100858
Engine type: M930/10
Engine number: 63C1273
Gearbox type: G915/62
Gearbox number: 73C1315
Extra vehicle equipment:
261: Right mirror with adjustment and heating / 425: Rear window wiper / 440: Antenna and speakers / 568: Tinted windows / 650: Sunroof