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Video walk around from January 13th, 2017 -- go to youtube and paste: 1983 Porsche 911 SC with carbon fiber 993
turbo look upgrade
For sale is my 1983 Porsche 911 with 49, 500 miles on the original 3.0L 6 cylinder naturally aspirated engine mated
to a matching 5 speed manual transmission.
This engine is reliable and bulletproof, significantly improved over the 2.7L versions of the 70's, which were
ticking time bombs unless you replaced the magnesium valve covers. The 3.0 is easier to tune and offers more torque
at lower revs.
This specific example is, in my opinion, special. It been perfectly maintained for the last 33 (34) years and is
aesthetically even more exclusive, having been professionally fully restored approximately 10 years ago and in the
process upgraded to a high-strength lightweight 993 carbon fiber body - over $20k spent just on this upgrade build
not including costs of restoration.
Originally a Texas vehicle (and currently registered in MA), this Porsche 911 has no rust what so ever. Everything
functions as it should: transmission is smooth and tight, the clutch really bites when it engages, the brakes are
thick, strong, firm and responsive. All electricals, every light dash and gauge functions. The engine compartment
is as clean as a whistle, the transmission is smooth and predictable, and the interior is 9.5/10. There is no rust
on the body, no cracks on the dash, no tears on the leather. The paint looks great, the canvas top is literally
brand new and has never seen rain. The e-brake works as it should.
The title is clear.
*this is not a turbo*
1. The clock on the dash is slow.
2. The driver's side window could use a realignment and adjustment of the stop gap.
4. The rear spoiler could use a hinge adjustment.
5. Leaks a small amount of oil after a long drive but does not require topping off between oil changes. Does not