We always love coming across 911s in a rare color here at GCFSB and especially when that rare color comes on a classic 911 in one of the period-correct choices from the ’70s and early-’80s. Yes, we also feature plenty of black 911s, but those have their own appeal and there also happen to be a lot of them. The example we see here can almost be taken as an inside out 911, making use of a popular interior color but utilizing it on the outside. For prospective buyers who are particularly fond of the natural colors Porsche offered during this period this Cashmere Beige 1980 Porsche 911SC, located in California, with Tan interior could make for a very attractive option that should also come at a fairly reasonable price.
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1980 Porsche 911SC Coupe on eBay
Engine: 3.0 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 101,184 mi
Price: Reserve Auction
Cashmere beige with Brown / Tan interior.
retains most of it’s original paint has a few minor touch ups not noticeable.
Window sticker and original Bill of sale delivered in Newport Beach Calif.
All books and accessories (Tools, compressor, Jack) .
this is not a restored car but it is well taken care of.
Seats have been re-upholstered in factory leather with the correct pattern / Perforation.
body fitment is excellent.
starts, drives and shifts through all the gear as it should.
some repair work history.
has small crack in rear speaker shelf.
rare color collector Quality Porsche.
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car is sold as is were it is with no expressed or implied warranty.
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car is located in van nuys calif 91406
My only real gripe with this 911 is that the color combination verges on becoming too monotone. Given that Cashmere was a common interior color during this period that probably shouldn’t be too surprising, but greater contrast could have made for a really interesting 911. Something like Cork or Tobacco would have worked well or possibly even Burgundy (assuming that was available). Still Cashmere makes for a unique exterior color and it is very rare to come across one in good condition. Otherwise, this appears to be a fairly standard 911SC of this vintage with very reasonable mileage. It doesn’t sound like there is much documented history to go with the car so some background work may be necessary, but we don’t really see any glaring issues either. Bidding currently sits at $27,099 with reserve unmet and we’ll have to see just how high this one can rise.