Porsche 911 SC
- Rare color combination, triple blue
- 3 owners
- One year low production
Only one year of production for this 911 G series announcing the future developments of the Porsche 911, namely a convertible body and all-wheel drive. If the second only came as standard on the 911 type 964 of the third generation, the 911 SC convertible series was presented at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1982. However, production did not begin until ten months later, in January 1983. 1984 vintage, it becomes 911 Carrera 3.2 cabriolet.
With the 911 SC / Carrera 3.2 convertible, Porsche returned to this completely open bodywork that it had abandoned in 1965 with the discontinuation of the 356 convertible. The first generation Porsche 911 Targa was also a convertible. But its large roll bar and its rear window changed from removable to fixed make it more of a coupe with a removable roof than a true convertible.
This new body gives new life to the career of the 911 G series. This convertible is popular.