We are pleased to offer this custom 1982 Porsche 911SC Euro widebody finished in Black over a black interior. Featuring genuine steel fender flares, a ZF limited-slip differential, and desirable European-market details, this SC was purchased by the seller from a PCA member about five years ago and has since undergone a transmission service, the installation of a new clutch, and a top-end engine rebuild including upgraded ARP studs as well as Mahle pistons and cylinders. With approximately 1k miles driven on the rebuilt engine and 131k miles currently showing on the odometer, this 911SC widebody is now being offered for auction by its seller out of New Jersey.
Within the last four years prior to the seller’s purchase, this 911SC is said to have undergone a full glass-out respray in Black along with the installation of new rubber seals and gaskets. Dansk steel Turbo fender flares are said to have been installed in 2017 in addition to GT Racing fiberglass bumpers and rear decklid with a whale tail spoiler. European H4 headlights are equipped and other notable features include a removable Porsche decal on the front bumper, European side marker lights, and Euromeister RSR-style 8”x 9” Fuchs wheels.
Inside, you will find a black interior with recently reupholstered seats and a new headliner. The rear seats have been removed and an aftermarket MOMO Prototipo steering wheel has been installed along with a bolt-in roll bar, stainless-steel floorboards, and an upgraded stereo system. The dashboard and door panels are said to be in great shape and all gauges and accessories are reported to be fully functional.
The European-spec 3.0L flat-six engine underwent a full top-end rebuild within the last 1k miles which included new ARP steel studs, machined cylinder heads, new intake and exhaust valves, Mahle pistons and cylinders, new rings, and a full service of the CIS fuel injection system. The engine build and tuning were performed by Jim Vassey of West Automotive. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a 5-speed manual transmission with an upgraded ZF limited-slip differential. The gearbox was also serviced at the time of the engine build including a new Sachs clutch kit and a resurfaced flywheel. Other performance modifications include an M&K dual center-exit exhaust, Boge front struts with new Sachs inserts, Bilstein rear shocks, ERP poly bronze bushings, 19mm/24mm torsion bars, and an upgraded oil system including a heavy-duty front-mounted oil cooler.
This sale will include a clean title. Tastefully upgraded and well-sorted for its next owner, this European widebody 911SC is just waiting to be enjoyed.