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BaT Auction: 1982 Porsche 911SC Coupe

BaT Auction: 1982 Porsche 911SC Coupe

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This 1982 Porsche 911SC is a modified example that was purchased new by a Mr. Bergen out of Oakland, California and acquired via tourist delivery. The car is said to have remained in the Bay Area since and is finished in Pacific Blue Metallic over black. Power comes from a rebuilt 3.0-liter flat-six mated to a 5-speed manual transaxle, which has also been rebuilt with a short shift kit and a limited-slip differential. Additional modifications include Recaro seats, cross-drilled front rotors, and Bilstein shocks, along with a number of suspension and brake upgrades detailed below. A handwritten logbook documents a number of track days throughout the mid 2000s by the previous owner, who was reportedly the autocross chair of the SCCA. This 911SC recently passed a California emissions test and is now being offered by the selling dealer with its factory books, service records, original invoice, a tool kit, and a clear California title.

1982 Porsche 911SC Coupe

The Pacific Blue Metallic finish is shown up close in the gallery below along with 36 paint meter readings from around the body, displaying between 4.0 and 6.5 mil. The seller believes the paint to be largely original, and significant rock chips are noted on the front clip and side mirrors. H4 headlights were installed, and the seller had the trim rings painted to match the body.

1982 Porsche 911SC Coupe

16” Fuchs alloy wheels measure 9” in width out back and wear a set of Bridgestone S02 Pole Position tires. 4-piston calipers from a 928 S4 were installed up front, along with cross-drilled rotors, a larger master cylinder, stainless steel lines, a cooling duct kit, and a Tilton proportioning valve. New rear pads were recently installed.

1982 Porsche 911SC Coupe

Inside, Recaro seats and a harness bar have been added, along with fiberglass door pockets and some newer carpeting in the cabin and front trunk. Aluminum pedals and a 3-spoke Momo steering wheel with a Porsche horn button are fitted, and the factory stereo has been replaced with a modern aftermarket unit. The 112k indicated miles are not believed accurate.

1982 Porsche 911SC Coupe

The 3.0L flat-six was reportedly rebuilt in 2005 by Tim Benson at Fastlane Porsche Repair of Santa Cruz. Work included the installation of Carrera chain tensioners, a B&B oil cooler, a lightweight flywheel, MSD ignition, and sport motor mounts. The 5-speed manual transaxle was also rebuilt with a Sachs clutch, a short shift kit, and a limited-slip differential. A valve adjustment and oil change was performed last month, and new Elephant Racing drop links and sway bar mounts were installed.

1982 Porsche 911SC Coupe

Suspension modifications include Bilstein HD shocks, TRG sway bars, a carbon fiber strut tower brace, and 23mm and 27mm hollow torsion bars. The seller reports that the car was built for fast road and occasional track use, describing it as equally at home in the canyons or as a daily driver. Additional lift photos are viewable below.

1982 Porsche 911SC Coupe

Records include an original invoice and factory books, as well as a handwritten track logbook shown in the gallery. A walk-around video is viewable below, along with a video of the car on the track at Buttonwillow.

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August 15, 2018 at 02:44AM
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