Modified 1982 Porsche 911SC is up for auction

Modified 1982 Porsche 911SC is up for auction

In October 2023, this modified 1982 Porsche 911SC Coupe was sold on BaT for $160,000 USD. Whether it was just an investment and an attempt to make a profit is unknown, but the current owner put the car up for auction.

This car is finished in black, and is equipped with modified fiberglass bumpers, steel fender flares, adjustable torsion bars, a rear spoiler, a custom exhaust system, a Steve Wong chip, a front-mount oil cooler, H4 headlights, a sunroof, Vitaloni Californian dual side mirrors, Bilstein shocks and rear helper springs, Rebel Racing RSR-style spring plate bushings, Elephant Racing ball joints, Elephant Racing bump steer kit, 930 Turbo rear torsion bars, and 930 Turbo tie rod ends.

Inside, the sport seats are upholstered in blue fabric with tartan inserts, while the door panels and dashboard are covered in black vinyl. In front of the driver is a three-spoke MOMO steering wheel and a six-digit odometer showing 13,751 miles (total mileage is unknown). Additional equipment includes an aftermarket harness bar, a JWest Engineering Rennshift shifter, a 917-style shift knob, power windows, RS-style door panels, and metal pedal covers.

Under the hood is an air-cooled 3.8L flat-six engine by Torque Power Engines of Reno. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a Type 915 five-speed manual gearbox and a limited-slip differential. It is mounted on gold 15″ Group 4 wheels wrapped in Cooper CS5 Ultra Touring (front) and Nitto NT555R (rear) tires.

The car has a clean Carfax report that shows no accidents or other damage. It comes with recent service records and a clean Montana title.

The auction ends on February 29 and the highest bid at the time of writing was $27,000 USD.

Source: Bring a Trailer