Just two owners. Second owner purchased in 1987.
Slate Blue Metallic. Only offered in 1983 and 1984.
1983 Porsche 911SC Coupe
This 1983 Porsche 911SC coupe is finished in Slate Blue Metallic over dark blue leather upholstery and is powered by it’s original 3.0-liter flat-six mated to it’s original five-speed manual transaxle. Additional equipment includes 17″ x 8/9″ Kinesis wheels, original (not a fiberglass reproduction) RUF front spoiler, 3.2 Carrera rear spoiler, Euro H4 headlights, fog lights, a power-operated sunroof, cruise control, and a Alpine stereo. The car was first delivered by Vista Porsche Audi in Yakima, Washington. We purchased it from the second owner in 2020. A full engine rebuild was just completed. Documentation includes full engine rebuild, early service records, original tool kit, owner’s manuals, and a clean Washington title. CarFax report indicates a rear accident, which the prior owner described as a minor scratch to the rear bumper, while in a parking lot.
The factory seats and door panels inserts are trimmed in optional full blue leather with matching dashboard surfaces and carpets. Amenities include power windows, cruise control, and a vintage high end audio system that cost over $4,000 when it was installed in the 1980’s. The audio system sounds amazing and consists of ADS P100 and PQ10 amplifiers, custom enclosure with four 6.5″ JL Audio subwoofers and four 8″ JL Audio subwoofers, MB Quart tweeters and 6.5″ midrange speakers, Sony XEC-1000 electronic crossover, Alpine CD changer, a Zapco EQ and Alpine CDE-152 head unit. A Momo Racing Line steering wheel is currently installed and frames a centrally mounted tachometer, a 170-mph speedometer, an analog clock, and auxiliary gauges. The six-digit odometer shows just under 119k miles, with a complete engine rebuild completed in September 2022.
Attractive aftermarket black painted 17″ x 8″ and 17″ x 9″ Kinesis three piece wheels are wearing Bridgstone Potenza S04 Pole Position 215/45ZR17 and 255/40ZR17 tires. Bilstein sport shocks, larger rear swaybar and front strut brace are installed. Brake rotors were recently machined and new brake pads were installed.
The 3.0-liter flat-six was factory rated at 172 horsepower and 189 lb-ft of torque. Service recently completed includes a full engine rebuild completed in September 2022 at 118,827 miles. Power is sent to the rear wheels through the original 915 five-speed manual transaxle. Rear axles were repacked and new axle boots were installed. Additional underside photos are presented in the gallery below. A great sounding Fabspeed exhaust is installed.
Included are the original owner’s manual and warranty service book, early service records and engine rebuild record, CarFax report and a clean Washington title. Accessories include the original toolkit, jack and spare wheel.