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Porsche 911 SC

Porsche 911 SC

Cabriolet, 1983

Highlights

  • German delivery & complete history
  • Rare color combination & mostly still first paint
  • Porsche checkbook maintained

This is a particularly desirable 911 3.0 SC Cabriolet , as it is in perfect condition: After Porsche concentrated on two series from model year 1978, there were only the 911 SC and the 911 Turbo. The Super Carrera was considered the best 911 of all time 40 years ago and has lost none of its fascination to this day. The last model year, 1983, is followed by something that hasn't happened in almost 20 years since the introduction of the 911: the first open 911 comes onto the market in the form of the 911SC Cabrio. Only 4047 of the open variant are produced in just one year. In addition to the coupe and targa, the convertible completes the 911 model range and is by far the rarest form of driving a 911SC.

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Price: EUR 89,900

Germany

MOTORLEGENDEN Keeping the aircooled heritage.
Dießener Straße 29
86919 Utting
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The vehicle in detail

Not only the color combination and the delivery make this vehicle interesting, but especially because of its history and originality, this example stands out from the crowd: The historical documents such as the original vehicle registration documents all changes of ownership with the date and mileage. The original log book with operating instructions and integrated checkbook document the continuous service history. On May 4th, 1983 the first delivery was made by the Spindler car dealership in Würzburg to the first owner living in Bad Kissingen. In 1992 and 1994, the ownership changes took place two and three. On January 23, 2001, the car was registered in Cologne as the fourth and last owner in the current letter.

The mileage is currently 109,500 km. Technically, the vehicle, including the engine and transmission, has been professionally maintained on an ongoing basis and was last serviced in a specialist workshop in April 2021.

This vehicle offers the opportunity to purchase a rare classic: The rare exterior color smoky quartz metallic combined with the interior in the Pascha pattern brown-beige is contemporary and at the same time timeless. The combination of the optics and the state of preservation results in a fascinating overall picture.

The condition deserves top marks: With the exception of the bonnet and the front fenders, the vehicle is in the area of the first paintwork based on the paint values measured. There are no signs of welding or body work, or accident damage. The underbody, like the glazing, many seals and rubbers, as well as the lights and other attachments are still largely in the original delivery condition. It's hard to believe that this is a 40-year-old example, as the car looks largely untouched. The original production decals and underbody protection are also still present. These irretrievable factors spread the very original, authentic flair and make this example a rare "survivor". The underbody does not show any untypical oil deposits, but is very dry, clean and without deformation.

These are the highlights, especially for collectors who appreciate the rarity of such a well-preserved original: the documentation of all four previous owners, the low total mileage of 109,500 km and the comprehensive history of the service work, as well as the logbook with checkbook, tools and original keys. In addition, the paint thickness of this vehicle is the same as that of the original paint, except for the bonnet and the front fenders. I myself have only seen very few vehicles from this period that still have large parts of the original paint in addition to a German first delivery. Since the car was technically regularly serviced in the Porsche center and in specialist workshops, this vehicle can therefore be rated as a special feature and a rare opportunity overall.

As it looks, so it drives. flawless. No flashback, no rattling of the valves disturbs the impression under full load. Just as an original 911 should be. Powerful and high-torqueIn the spirit of Ferry Porsche, who once said: "If you step on it, it has to shoot."

The vehicle already has an H license plate and was last serviced on April 14, 2021. The car is registered and has been moved regularly and otherwise stored in a dry and dark place. The vehicle is therefore immediately operational for this season. The original on-board folder with operating instructions and the complete tool set is also part of this collector's package.

This 911 3.0 SC Cabriolet is already a rarity due to the combination of original preservation and maintenance condition, as well as the mostly existing original paint. In addition, the complete history of all previous owners and the service history in the original checkbook, as with this example, is a real rarity.

With all the justified arguments that make up the hype about the later 3.2, what really convinces me about the 3.0 SC is the authentic character with its unadulterated sound and the ideal level of technology, which still embodies a lot of originality.

Conclusion: With this example, emotion and reason come into their own. Because a 3.0 SC Cabriolet with a complete history and low mileage is extremely rare in this condition and therefore particularly stable in value. Although this car is in collectible condition, it drives reliably and is a pleasure to drive. With its 204 hp and only 1160 kilos unladen weight, you will envy the new owner for every trip. Simply great!

Vehicle history:

On May 4th, 1983 the car was first registered by the Spindler car dealership in Würzburg to the first owner living in Bad Kissingen.
On March 26, 1992, the vehicle was registered to the second owner in Fürth.
On March 30, 1994, the vehicle was registered with the third owner in Wittlich.
On January 23, 2001, the car was registered in Cologne as the fourth and last owner in the letter.

A copy of the original letter and the complete owner history is available.

The service history is documented and traceable by a total of 11 entries in the original checkbook, as well as the associated maintenance invoices and TÜV documents.

Most recently, on April 14, 2021, at km 109,364, the vehicle was serviced with an oil and brake fluid change.

Vehicle condition and rating (to the knowledge of the seller):

The vehicle presents itself in a generally very good state of preservation and care. The outer body structure shows flatness and gap dimensions.

In addition to the visual findings, the vehicle was checked using measurements. When comparing the measured values with average standard paint layer thicknesses, it was found that partial parts were repainted. Increased readings can be seen on the front end and indicate repainting.

Anomalies or the application of filler, which would give an indication of accident repairs carried out, were not determined.

The interior is clean with no wear and tear.

The technology was regularly serviced in the Porsche Center or a type-competent specialist workshop.

The underbody is dry, all chassis parts and the exhaust system are intact according to visual inspection. There are no defects visible in the engine compartment either.

An unrestricted suitability for everyday use and full operational readiness can be assumed based on the consistently positive inspection findings.

The engine and gearbox number could be determined and checked using the available Porsche data sheet.

According to this information, it is a vehicle with the same number "matching numbers".

OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
395 forged alloy wheel
429 front fog lamps
441 radio preparation, controller, antenna, 4 loudspeakers
568 tinted windows

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Specifications

Year of construction: 1983
Model: 911 SC
Body: Cabriolet
Series: 911 G-Model
Mileage: 109000 km
Power: 204 HP
Cylinder capacity: 3,0 Liter
Steering: left
Transmission: Manual
Drive: Rear drive
Fuel: Gasoline
Interior color: Beige
Interior material: Fabric
Exterior color: Grey
Manufacturer color code (exterior): Rauchquarz Metallic X5V9
Matching numbers: yes
Condition: Accident-free
New / used: Used car
Ready to drive: yes
Country of first delivery: Germany

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Porsche 911 SC

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