1980 Porsche

911SC Coupe




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1980 Porsche

911SC Coupe


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Porsche’s venerable 911SC provides a pure driving experience while also being civilized enough for the daily commute. This ROW example has service records since 2005 and benefits from a variety of updates, including an engine rebuild at 69k miles with updated 3.2 Carrera timing-chain tensioners. Desirable upgrades include factory-style front and rear spoilers, Wevo shifter components, 16-inch Fuchs alloy wheels, and more. A set of US-spec catalytic converters accompany the sale. This 911 provides a fantastic opportunity for someone looking to purchase and enjoy an SC with a solid service history.

Vehicle Information

LocationErie, Colorado 80546
VIN / Chassis9119301821
Mileage93,200 Miles Shown
Engine3.0L Flat-Six
Transmission5-Speed Manual
Exterior ColorGuards Red
Interior ColorBlack
Title StatusClean (Colorado)
Loan StatusNo loan

Seller Information

Vehicle History & Overview

This 911SC is an ROW example and is believed to be a European-market car. Documentation from September 2005 includes an inspection was done at MPL Auto Repair of Englewood, Colorado. An engine and transmission rebuild totaling nearly $10,000 was completed in October 2005 at 69,591 miles. The seller purchased the 911 in December 2021 and performed a variety of maintenance and repairs in preparation for the sale. Per the seller and an included paint-gauge report, the entire vehicle appears to have been repainted at some point, but no specific record is available.

The 911SC is part of the G-series family and was produced from 1978 – 1983 in the US. The SC, short for Super Carrera, features a 3.0-liter flat-six paired with a “915-series” 5-speed manual gearbox driving only the rear wheels. Although power output was under 200 horsepower, the SC's lightweight chassis and sharp handling dynamics made it competitive against cars with more power. The ROW-variant featured here is desirable due to increased power output and smaller bumperettes on the rear.

Factory Equipment

  • ROW-spec vehicle

  • Non A/C car



    • Factory style front spoiler

    • Factory style early 911 Turbo rear spoiler

    • Euro bumperettes

    • Red and white taillights


    • Momo Prototipo steering wheel

    • Coco floor mats

    • Stereo delete - speakers/antenna still present (can be seen in gallery images)


    • Carrera 3.2 timing chain tensioners

    • Intake air-box "pop-off valve"

    • Wevo Precision shift coupler

    • Wevo Classic short shift kit

    • Bilstein B6 performance shock absorbers

    • Stainless steel test pipe

    • Dynomax muffler

Servicing & Documentation

  • Service records since 2005 are included, along with a diagram showing paint-depth readings which can be seen below.


The seller has extensively inspected the vehicle and listed the imperfections below, with some images shown in the gallery below and additional images in the main gallery:

  • Cracks in both rear marker lenses and faint spidering in the rear "Porsche" reflector

  • Front spoiler is wavy

  • Sunroof gasket is "fuzzy" in areas

  • Passenger side door handle rubber gasket exhibits cracking

  • Sugar-scoop surrounds show some corrosion

  • Sun visors are “puffy”

  • Dashboard has two cracks extending from the passenger side defrost vent

  • Both door cards have separation where the handles meet the map pockets

  • Power mirrors and rear wiper are inoperative

  • Damage to #1 cylinder exhaust cam lobe (seller states this does not affect operation)

Included Items

  • Service records since 2005

  • US-spec catalytic converters

  • Owner’s manual

  • One key

  • Factory spare tire, jack, and toolkit (toolkit is incomplete)

  • Dashboard cover is included with the car

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