Few sports cars remain as coveted and recognizable as a G-body "impact bumper" Porsche 911. This 1977 911S Coupe features a recently-serviced 911SC 3.0L flat-six paired with a factory 915 5-speed gearbox, along with several tasteful upgrades to ensure it stands out from the crowd. The seller reportedly bought this car from a personal friend who kept it for 20+ years. This 911S appears to be a great driver to be enjoyed as-is or tailored to the lucky next owner's tastes while adding miles and enjoying additional power from the 3.0-liter engine!
|Fairfield, California 94534
|VIN / Chassis
|140,400 Miles Shown
|915 5-Speed Manual
This 1977 Porsche 911S Coupe is finished in black over black upholstery and shows 140,400 miles. The seller's friend (a retired automobile mechanic) reportedly purchased the car in 2001, and the seller bought it from him in August 2023--approximately 300 miles have been added since. This 911S features a 3.0-liter flat-six engine transplanted from a 1978-1983 911SC, which is paired to a factory 915 5-speed manual transmission. In 2023, Porsche specialist PBR Restorations of Crockett, California completed a $1,635.52 service as described below in the Servicing & Documentation section.
Modifications include 16x7" front and 16x9" rear Fuchs wheels, a front chin spoiler and "whale tail" rear spoiler with an integrated third brake light, red-painted brake calipers, drilled brake discs, a front strut tower brace, updated stereo system, and more. This G-body Porsche 911S is now offered with recent service receipts, the factory spare wheel/tire assembly, and a clean California title in the seller's name.
Leather seat upholstery
Three-spoke steering wheel
Power windows and locks
911SC 3.0-liter flat six-cylinder engine
911SC steel fenders
16x7" OEM Fuchs alloy wheels with 205/55-series BFGoodrich Advantage T/A Sport tires
16x9" replica Fuchs wheels with 225/50-series Dunlop SP Sport 8000 tires
Red-painted brake calipers
Drilled brake discs
Front chin spoiler
Rear “whale tail” spoiler with integrated brake light
Front strut tower brace
Carrera rear deck lid badge
Alpine CD stereo head-unit
Aftermarket front/rear stereo speakers
"Porsche" embroidered floor mats
Aftermarket alarm with remote
Auxiliary battery trickle charger
In 2023, Porsche specialist PBR Restorations of Crockett, California serviced the car as follows, with the $1,635.52 receipt pictured below:
Brake master cylinder replaced
Brake fluid flushed
Lambda system frequency relay valve replaced
Spark plugs replaced
Engine oil/filter change
The seller notes two paint flaws on the roof panel and various general paint flaws commensurate with age
Some paint chips on forward-facing exterior surfaces
As with any pre-owned vehicle, additional imperfections may exist. It is the buyer's responsibility to review all information and perform due diligence prior to bidding.
Recent service receipts
Spare wheel/tire assembly
Aftermarket alarm remote
Undercarriage photos are provided below and in the main gallery:
Two videos below show engine-startup, a walk-around of the exterior/interior, the underside, and driving:
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