Up for auction is this 1980 911 SC. The rare Casablanca Beige Metallic paint, brown leather interior, and custom BBS wheels give this 911 a distinctive look that is sure to impress. This car was delivered new to Wilmington, California and has remained in the Golden State for most of its life. The car was eventually shipped to Washington State, at which point the current owner who resides in Atlanta, GA purchased it. This car is being offered in excellent turn-key condition.
The Casablanca Beige Metallic Paint is in fact all-original other than a noted respray on the hood and rear deck lid. The respray seemed to have caused minor cracking in the paint, leaving the hood and decklid with a few flaws. The paint as a whole is in above average condition and the car is sure to turn heads in its rare exterior color.
The brown leather interior is all-original and stated to be in great condition. Other than some noted wear on the driver’s seat and bolsters, this 911 has clearly been cared for. The owner notes that the car has a radio upgrade that is not original to the car from the factory.
Power comes from a 3.0L flat-six air-cooled engine that is paired with a 5-speed manual transaxle. This 911 had a recent motor and transmission service along with a new clutch, replacement of the rear main seal, and a brand new set of Sumitomo HTR Z3 tires all around. This car is ready to hit the road and has been well maintained throughout its life.
The sale will include service stamps in the Porsche Maintenance Manual, documenting the service for the first few years, along with a number of detailed notes from 1994 - 2006. The notes from the 2nd owner consist of every trip this car has done, documenting the mileage and gas consumption. From 79,995 miles to 109,234 miles, every mile traveled is documented in the book.
Books and keys will also be included with the sale.