The G-Series From Porsche (911 1974-1989) was built only as a Coupe and a Targa until 1982.
In 1978 the 911 Super Carrera (SC) replaced the 911 Carrera and in 1984 the Carrera came again instead of the SC.
1983 was the only year the 911 SC was offered as a convertible, thanks to the then managing director of Porsche, Peter Schutz. The SC was built as a convertible only from January to July 1983 with a correspondingly low production run of 4,097 units, 1718 of which were US versions.
The unique driving experience of the 911, an exciting blend of high driving dynamics, beguiling sound and playful handling, is also offered by the Cabriolet. Added to this is the appeal of open-top driving.
rear-engine, rear-wheel drive, 2+2 passengers, 2-door
Engine: 3.0 liter 6 cylinder boxer engine, aluminum block and heads
Displacement: 2994 cc
Power: 204 hp @ 5900rpm
Torque: 267 Nm @ 4300 rpm
Maximum engine speed: 7000rpm
Bore: 95 mm
Stroke: 70.4 mm
Valve timing: SOHC
Transmission: 5-speed manual
The vehicle offered
war originally from Europe came to Hawaii and was now
reimported to Europe
Interesting detail on the side. The previous owner reported that this 911 was featured as an "extra" in an episode of the television series Magnum.
This Porsche is unrestored and not perferct, but has a very good basis for restoration or as an everyday car.
The car was imported from the USA to Austria, has an American title and is sold custom duty paid as a classic car.
On request, we deliver the vehicle with an individual vehicle approval for an expense allowance.