Porsche 911 SC
- US-supplied, left-hand drive, 'SC' with a good history file documenting lots of expenditure in USA and UK
- Engine fully rebuilt in 2017 by 'Pro-9 Porsche'. Now producing 264bhp
- Giken Super-Lok Diff, Seine Systems gate-shift, rebuilt gearbox (only 1 race since)
- Freshly repainted in Silver at the end of 2018
- The perfect candidate to be raced in CSCC 'Future Classics' or 750MC Roadsports Championships
This left-hand drive 1979 911 3.0 SC was originally supplied new to Colorado and raced in the Porsche Club of America Enduro Championship. The car's history file contains its old Colorado Certificate of Title and details of much expenditure from its time in the USA.
We imported it into the UK in August 2015 with all import duties and taxes fully paid, generating a NOVA reference number. The car was then prepared and raced in the CSCC 2016 Future Classic series.
For the 2017 season the engine was fully rebuilt by marque specialists, Pro 9 Porsche. upgrades included; Jenvey throttle bodies, high compression JE pistons, a coil pack conversion, Omex ECU and new loom, new injectors, RS cams, an RSR flywheel, and competition clutch. The invoice for this engine work was just under £15,000. peak power was now a very competitive 264bhp. The car is fitted with a Giken LSD and the gearbox was rebuilt at the end of 2017 with a Seine gate shifter (it has only completed one race since the rebuild). Wevo mounts hold both the engine and gearbox in place.
Bilstein shock absorbers are fitted along with Tarett adjustable roll bars, Elephant Racing adjustable spring plates, a tower strut-brace, Monoball bushes, and tie rods from a 911 Turbo. Retardation benefits from competition 6-point callipers at the front and 4-pots at the rear, along with a rebuilt master cylinder and pedal box. 16” wheels are fitted and run Toyo R888 tyres. The geometry was professionally set up by specialists Centre Gravity and there are details included in the file.
The interior features an Autopower bolt-in roll cage, a Recaro bucket seat, in-date Sparco harness and a removable Momo steering wheel. The fire extinguisher has a further 12 months prior to its next due service.
A weight reduction programme has resulted in the dry weight finally reaching 1040kg.
The car has been fully repainted in Silver and no longer sports the Martini decals.
This could be used in CSCC's 'Advantage Motorsports Future Classics' Series, the 750MC Roadsports Championships, or would make a great Sprint or Hill Climb car.
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