The Porsche 911SC is often referred to as the perfect 911 for the beginner. Following on to the oft forgotten 911 2.7, the SC had a hearty 3.0 liter flat-6 as motivation and was the first 911 to include a cabriolet variant. Now that the new 991 series Targa has debuted with its classic roll hoop design, this is an optimal time to pick up a classic Targa like this low mileage SC version for sale in Massachusetts.
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1982 Porsche 911SC Targa on eBay
Model: 911SC Targa
Engine: 3.0 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 71,999 mi
Price: Reserve Auction
1982 Porsche 911SC Targa
For your consideration is this magnificent 911SC finished in it’s original Grand Prix White over Black leather. The car wears 100% of it’s original paint, if you have been looking for a very original survivor, you have found it! This car has been pampered it’s whole life, it was used as a weekend toy and stored in a climate controlled garage when not on the road, it has obviously never seen a drop of rain, let alone any snow or ice.
This 911 is certainly collector car quality and cars such as this are becoming practically impossible to find so don’t miss your once in a lifetime opportunity to own this gem. I have a clean Autocheck report in hand as well as many additional pictures (especially of the undercarriage) which I will gladly share with anyone interested.
The body is simply in outstanding condition, absolutely no rust anywhere on this car, top or bottom, and no major blemishes. There are only a few very minor imperfections in this otherwise perfect factory paint, all of which are pictured in the listing. All the glass is nice and clear with no scratches or hazing. Everything in the car works 100% including all gauges and accessories.
The car is further complimented by the original “Fuchs” which are simply perfect, they have absolutely no scratches or curb rash and are laser straight. The tires are newer have plenty of tread on them, at least 80%+. The Targa top is in very good original condition, fit’s tight and does not leak.
The interior is in very good condition, the original sport seats are very nice, showing only the slightest signs of wear, the original carpets are in good condition. The dash is perfect, no cracks, no warping. The rear parcel shelf is in perfect condition. Rear seats look as if they have never been used. The door panels and map pockets excellent condition. The Targa roof is in very good original condition. The A/C blows nice and cold.
-Engine & Transmission-
The engine is in outstanding mechanical condition, the 3.0 power plant is perfectly tuned, starts right up on the first try each and every time, idles smoothly and runs as strong as it did when it was new. This 911 drives extremely well. This machine does not burn or leak even the smallest drop of oil!
The transmission shifts seamlessly through the all of the gears with no slipping or grinding. All of the syncros are perfect. There are no strange noises or vibrations from the engine or drive train, all you hear is the music of the flat six engine. The ride in this 911 is great, there are no squeaks, rattles or other unwanted noises, the car drives straight and true…there is nothing indicating this car is 32 years old!
This 911 is free on any liens is ready for a new home.
The SC used to be one of the bargains of the bunch when it came to the 911 clan, but people have been getting hip to the charms of this particular generation, not in the least its relatively good reliability. A white Targa wouldn’t be my first choice, but with the whale tail spoiler and black Fuchs wheels, I’m willing to overlook that. The only thing that would be nice to round off the package is the Euro headlamps and smaller rear bumperettes. A good SC Targa like this should bring somewhere in the high $20,000 to low $30,000 territory.