Now available is this 1980 Porsche 911SC race car. Beginning life as a rare European-market sunroof delete Coupe, this 1980 example was transformed into a purpose-built race car before making its debut at Road America in September of 2016. Performance upgrades include a custom-built transmission with a Guard Limited Slip Differential, JRZ triple adjustable shocks, Smart Racing sway bars, and a Buckley-built 3.2 L flat-six engine which currently bears approximately 40 hours of run time. A highly competitive racer built to take on a variety of multiclass racing series including PCA E-Class, 911 Cup, Vintage, SCCA, SVRA, and NASA, this 911SC is now being offered by its seller out of Minnesota.
This example is finished in dark blue, and the styling has been upgraded with 993 Aero mirrors, Getty Yellowbird front and rear bumpers, fiberglass headlight covers, and an IROC rear spoiler. Functional modifications include a lightweight Lexan windshield, an exterior cutoff switch, and 993 brake air diverters. This 911SC rides on 15" modular Keizer wheels and an additional matching set of wheels will also accompany the sale.
The cabin has been completely stripped out, painted, and fitted with a tig-welded Buckley full roll cage. Other racing modifications include a Cobra Evolution pro-fit seat with Schroth harness and a window net, a lowered and reinforced seat mount, a MOMO quick-release steering wheel, Rennline pedals and kickboard, a radio communications system, fire extinguisher, a Jwest shifter, a Cool Suit setup, a PCA data plug, and a Solo data logger.
This 911SC received a Buckley-built 3.2 L flat-six engine featuring ARP rod bolts, Buckley Racing headers, Rebel Racing polyurethane mounts, a Setrab 72-row front oil cooler, and a Steve Wong 100 octane chip. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a custom built 5-speed manual gearbox with Carrera gears, a Sachs aluminum pressure plate, and a Guard limited slip differential. Upgrades to the suspension include Elephant adjustable rear spring plates, spherical A-arm bearings, weather-sealed monoballs, adjustable front camber plates, a triangulated front strut brace, Smart Racing sway bars, Sanders rear and custom Sway-a-Way front torsion bars, JRZ triple adjustable shocks, and Turbo tie rods. The stopping power has also been improved with Carrera rear brake calipers and rotors, Pagid RS29 pads, and a Pro Systems forced air front brake cooling system. There are approximately 40 hours on the engine build and the seller reports that proper maintenance was carried out after every track event. The following leak down and compression test results were also taken in 2019 within the last 3 engine hours:
This 911SC will be accompanied by a bill of sale. If you are in search of a new competitor for the upcoming track season, this 911SC 3.2 L is not to be overlooked.