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Porsche 911 SC

Porsche 911 SC

Cabriolet, 1983

Highlights

  • German delivery with 39,100 km mileage
  • Page 25 years in second hand (plus PZ)
  • 100% first paint & Porsche full service history

PORSCHE 911 SC 3.0 CONVERTIBLE

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This is one of the rare original 911 3.0 SC Cabriolets built exclusively in 1983 and probably the only known example in this condition. On April 8, 1983, the car was registered to the then Porsche dealer Walter Huber and delivered to the first owner in 1984 as a one-year-old car. Although it was possible to order a catalytic converter at the time, the owner insisted on this model with the coveted 204 hp engine. Since 1987, the car has been in the second hand of a francophile entrepreneur. The original letter documents that and the complete history.

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Price: EUR 119,500

Germany

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

This “matching numbers” vehicle is largely still in the condition it was in when it was originally delivered from the factory. According to the paint layer measurement, the body of the vehicle has not been repainted and looks as if it has survived the last 40 years completely untouched. The car has a total mileage of only 39,100 kilometers and is therefore probably one of the very few vehicles that are characterized by very low mileage and are in a visually and technically almost year-old car-like condition. The interior is clean and neat with no notable wear and tear. Despite the very low mileage, this car was regularly maintained in the Porsche center with a maintenance entry from September 4th, 2020. We already had several G models with a low mileage, but we have only seen such an extraordinary specimen a few times to date and get wet eyes every time with this perfectly preserved vehicle and the unique history itself.

The car has had its full checkbook maintained in the Porsche Center, among other places, and has the complete original logbook with all content, such as the operating instructions, as well as the complete set of keys and tools, which are in unused and partially original welded condition.

The classic color combination in Grand Prix white with black leather interior including the rare sports seats and the black soft top, as well as the forged alloy wheels with a black star, is probably one of the most beautiful ways of driving a Porsche with the top down.

Due to the constant care, the vehicle has been preserved over the years and is in a consistently flawless, mostly new condition and collector's condition.

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 powerful. In the spirit of Ferry Porsche, who once said: "If you step on him, he has to shoot."

Conclusion: For many Porsche enthusiasts, the early SC G-model series is a particularly interesting model because it is suitable for everyday use and at the same time original. Owning a historic 911 of this quality and level of preservation is the crowning glory of every Porsche collector. The G models in particular are currently experiencing very high demand, which will continue to develop.

This second-hand German vehicle, which has been in the family for 25 years, is already a rarity with the unrestricted 204 hp variant in Grand Prix white.

Due to its complete history and the incredibly low mileage of only 39,100 km, as well as the complete first paintwork, this example is a rare opportunity for any Porsche collection designed to increase in value to secure one of the best vehicles on the market.

Vehicle history:

On April 8th, 1983, the car was first registered to the Walter Huber car dealership (formerly a Porsche dealership). On March 20, 1984, the vehicle was handed over to the first private owner as a year-old car. On April 17, 1987, the vehicle was handed over to the second owner, who owned the car until 2019 and to whom it was registered for a continuous 32 years. In August 2019 the vehicle was registered to the third and last owner. The original, first vehicle registration document and the original checkbook including on-board folder and operating instructions with extensive service and maintenance documentation, as well as the original Porsche invoices and TÜV reports are available. As a result, the history is complete and unequivocally verifiable.

Vehicle condition and evaluation (according to our knowledge and statement of the last vehicle owner and apparent assessment):

Body.
The body is in very good condition. The closing behavior and the fitting accuracy of the doors and hoods is impeccable. All gap dimensions of doors, hoods and all attachments such as rocker panels, bumper panels and decorative grilles correspond to the delivery condition. The body is absolutely free of damage and corrosion.

To the best of our knowledge, the vehicle is accident-free after an intensive assessment.

Exterior paintwork
Based on the paint layer thickness measurement carried out and the resulting values, which are consistently at the factory level, we assume that this vehicle has the original paintwork. No indications of repainting have been found.

attachment parts
All add-on parts of the vehicle are complete. They are in near-pristine condition all round.

glazing
The glazing of the vehicle is almost free of stone chips and scratches. All seals on the vehicle are original, as good as new and a perfect fit.

interior
seats and panels
The entire seating system, the side panels and the center console are in very good condition. There is no significant wear or damage.

instruments
The vehicle has the standard instruments, all of which are technically and optically in perfect condition. All instruments are working properly at this point.

Aggregate engine
Due to the completely traceable history, we assume that the engine and transmission are the original units of the vehicle. Up to now, revisions have not been necessary, but maintenance measures have been carried out regularly so that the engine works perfectly in all temperature, speed and load ranges. There are no suspicious noises or smoke development. The entire engine compartment, including the engine and its attachments, are in very good condition. The cold start behavior and the engine running over the entire temperature range up to the constant operating temperature are impeccable.

additional aggregates
All additional units such as the ignition system, starter, alternator, etc. are currently in perfect technical condition.

drive
The vehicle's transmission can be shifted perfectly in all load conditions, there are no suspicious noises. The gearbox works perfectly.

steering
The function and precision of the steering are the same as in the delivery condition.

chassis and braking system
All prescribed maintenance work was carried out regularly on the brake system and the chassis.

wheel and tires
The tires (DOT 1915) are in new condition and show hardly any tread wear.

electrics and lighting
The entire electrical system is almost in the delivery condition. No changes have been made here, but all care and maintenance measures have been carried out so that the entire electrical system is currently working properly in all areas.

OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT:

186 2-point belts in the back, manual
395 alloy wheels, forged
454 automatic speed control
499 Version for the Federal Republic of Germany

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Specifications

Year of construction: 1983
Model: 911 SC
Body: Cabriolet
Series: 911 G-Model
Mileage: 39100 km
Power: 204 HP
Cylinder capacity: 3,0 Liter
Steering: left
Transmission: Manual
Drive: Rear drive
Fuel: Gasoline
Interior color: Black
Interior material: Leather
Exterior color: White
Manufacturer color code (exterior): Grandprixweiss 908
Matching numbers: yes
New / used: Used car
Ready to drive: yes
Country of first delivery: Germany

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Porsche 911 SC

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