Paul’s recent post on $20K Porsches grabbed my attention a bit and got me thinking. As I was perusing the classifieds I came across this car and thought, “What if Paul’s idea was taken one step further?” Rather than an inexpensive Porsche that’s in good shape and ready to drive, what about going a bit less expensive for a car that needs minor work, though isn’t something we might use for the Heap of the Week? Such is the case with this car, a 1979 Porsche 911 SC Targa located in Miami.
Model: 911SC Targa
Engine: 3.0 liter flat-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 116,000 mi
Price: Reserve Auction
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1979 PORSCHE 911 CARRERA CONVERTIBLE TARGA
BRAND NEW CLUTCH
NO RUST WHATSOEVER!!!
SAT IN STORAGE FOR YEARS!!!
CARRERA 3.0L ENGINE
LOW BUDGET COLLECTABLE!!!
ALL FACTORY ORIGINAL
RUNS, DRIVES, SHIFTS, & STOPS AS IT SHOULD
SUSPENSION IS NICE & TIGHT
ALL ORIGINAL GLASS IN GREAT CONDITION
ALL MOLDINGS, BADGES, BRIGHTWORK COMPLETE
PAINTED TO MATCH FUCH WHEELS & GOOD TIRES
NOT CONCOURSE BUT A GOOD CLEAN DAILY DRIVER!!!
NEEDS NEW HEADLINER & TARGA SKIN
PAINT IS OK NOT CONCOURSE
NEEDS A GOOD COMPUND & BUFF JOB
SEATS SHOW WEAR & TEAR… SEAT COVERS NEEDED SOON…
MISSING ONE FOG LIGHT
A/C SYSTEM IS ALL THERE BUT NOT CONNECTED
DOOR SPEAKERS MISSING
PLEASE DO NOT BID IF YOU DO NOT HAVE THE FUNDS READY, IT’S NOT FAIR TO TRUE BUYERS WHO ARE WILLING, READY & ABLE TO BUY THIS EXTREMELY RARE, CLASSIC, AIR COOLED, PORSCHE 911, & OF COARSE FOR THE SELLER…
PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CALL ANYTIME IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, I’M MORE THAN HAPPY TO ASSIST IN ANYWAY I CAN…
WILL SHIP WORLDWIDE AT BUYERS EXPENSE
ROTTERDAM FROM $900
JABEL ALI FROM $1,200
JAPAN FROM $2,500
YOU CAN CONTACT BULENT AT 305-573-9900 OF ASI INTERNATIONAL GROUP FOR EXACT SHIPPING QUOTES, OPTIONS & SCHEDULES FROM MIAMI, FLORIDA TO YOUR PORT OF CHOICE…
I RESERVE THE RIGHT TO END AUCTION EARLY, AS CAR IS BEING ADVERTISED LOCALLY…
BID WITH CONFIDENCE!!!
THANK YOU FOR LOOKING!!!
For a SC, the mileage on this car isn’t unreasonable, but there are clearly some problems to be ironed out. The interior is definitely in need of some TLC, it’s missing a fog lamp, and the Targa top has seen better days. Otherwise, by all appearances this seems a decently sorted car. The caveat, of course, is this assessment is entirely based on what is plain to the naked eye. Have the mechanicals thoroughly checked out to make sure there aren’t any nasty surprises. If it passes muster though, then this could be an interesting opportunity. Bidding is currently at $12,100 and the seller claims a low reserve. It’s always difficult to know what a low reserve means to the seller of any Porsche, but I think if this car could be had for under $15K, then with a little bit of work you’d have a 911SC for a very reasonable total cost.