This 1981 Porsche 911SC Coupe was acquired by the owner about 10 years ago and subjected to a custom backdate-style restoration with no expense spared on high-end equipment. The car features metal fender flares, Signal Orange paintwork, a custom RS-style leather interior, new brakes, reworked suspension, an overhauled 5-speed gearbox, and a rebuilt engine showcasing extensive performance upgrades. This uncompromising long-hood 911 hot rod is now being offered for auction by its seller out of New York.
During the restoration, this Coupe is said to have been completely disassembled and stripped to bare metal. It was modified with steel fender flares, fiberglass RS-style bumpers, classic pop-out rear quarter windows, a 964 decklid/spoiler, and a backdated nose section with an RSR-style center-fill hood. The exterior was finished in the early 1970s Porsche color of Signal Orange and included a new windshield and weather stripping. Other equipment includes modern projector-style headlights, aftermarket black sport mirrors, hood tie-downs, and aftermarket Fuchs wheels measuring 17”x8” in front and 17”x9” in the rear with Michelin Pilot Sport tires (4613).
The cabin has been redone and outfitted with lightweight RS carpeting, a custom rear seat delete, a new OEM headliner, a Racemark steering wheel, and a pair of leather MonteCarlo seats from GTS Classics. The seller adds that the sunroof was serviced with new guides and bushings.
Based on the stock 3.0-liter block, the engine in this 911SC has been rebuilt and upgraded with Nickies 100mm cylinders and 10.5:1 JE pistons, Dougherty Racing DC40 camshafts and rockers, an Electromotive XDI Direct ignition system, a PMO 46mm carburetor kit, and a stainless-steel exhaust with headers. The engine also features a polished crankshaft, ARP bolts, a Carrera oil pump, Glyco bearings, Raceware head studs, new valves, bronze guides, RS rocker shaft seals, oil-fed chain tensioners, Elephant Racing oil lines, and an RSR front-mounted oil cooler.
Power is sent to the rear wheels from a rebuilt 5-speed manual gearbox with a RennShift shifter, Stomski shift coupler, Centerforce dual friction clutch kit, and Patrick Motorsports lightweight flywheel. The braking system has been rebuilt and upgraded with Zimmerman drilled rotors, Hawk HPS pads, and braided stainless steel lines. The suspension has also been overhauled with the following list of items provided by the seller:
This sale will include a clean New York title (mileage exempt).
The seller would like you to know: “Thank you for visiting my auction. I am Rock Lojac of Mototron VSCS ( Vintage Sports Car Service ) Built this car from the ground up for a client who now wants to sell it. We used the best of everything on this car. Its Intended use was a 911 Outlaw that you can drive to the track and race and drive home. The owner is retired now and is selling off some of his cars. It’s an amazing car to drive, please contact me with any questions.”
Where are the seatbelts; most people/police like them.
Built with tastes that are too specific and not THAT widely appealing.
Look into retirement income elsewhere because $136 is closer to reality than $175.
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What brand of aftermarket 17" wheels are on your 911?
Good videos, I can almost smell the fuel in them. Yes what’s the horsepower and also what’s the weight of the car. Thanks
When was the restoration completed and I agree it needs to be put on a dyno.
@Rock-Moto thats not an answer nevermind.
@userabc123 I never had it on a Dyno . But SOP Hp is more than you will ever need on the street .
I have built lots of 911s , This is by far the most fun to drive & comfortable
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Is it missing seatbelts? Also what do the extra window switches control? Thanks
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Beautiful car - would never fly in California with the smog laws but it would be worth registering in another state.
Thank you for that information. Any work on the front fenders? Thank you.
Thank you for that info, any work on the front fenders?
Carfax says salvage branded title. PCAR says clear title. Please clarify.
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Can you please elaborate on modified steel fender flares? The 1981 would have already come with flared fenders in the rear, is there other work that has been done? Thank you