Service history documented by service manual & thick invoice folder
183 kw – 246 hp at 5900 rpm
307 Nm at 5300 rpm
245 Nm (80%) available at 2500 rpm
A comprehensively restored and extensively but subtly upgraded 911 SC EVO for sale!
Matching numbers + matching colour and boasting 964-rivalling power and torque in a chassis weighing a substantial 200kg less, this bespoke example will no doubt appeal to any 911 enthusiast.
No-expense-spared restomod upgrade during the current ownership : +56 K€ new parts + more than 700 hours
Early 2020, suspension, brakes, engine, gearbox, shift mechanism and interior have been taken to the highest level with respect for authenticity. Say a 911 SC evo… Truly an extraordinary 911 that largely supersedes what you’d expect from the SC badge
May 2021, its bodywork was restored on a Celete jig
Her extremely rare Fern Green with chrome finish + brushed stainless steel targa bar, only built in 1978, combined with its high-performance technical preparation make this classic 911 unique.
Gothardpass, Nufenenpass, Furkapass, Grimselpass, Sustenpass … I can tell you that with Jade (that’s her name) in capable hands, you’ll have a blast
Four previous owners are documented, but this is not conclusive.
First delivery on August 3rd 1978 by Rodgers Porsche in Knoxville, Tennessee
From 2005 to early 2017, the car remained in the same family in Florida until it was imported into Europe in May 2017 by Renes Collectables in Vucht (NL)
I bought the car in June 2019 to build my personalised G-model Targa.
The service history is documented in the original service manual and by an extensive invoice folder. Under current ownership :
April 2023 at 108.646 mls : spark plugs and pre-sale health check including fuel pressure, all sensors, compression test, borescope, idle valve, and test drive including EF ignitions log and CO adjustment
March 2022 at 104.271 mls : engine oil, oil filter and brake fluid
April 2021 at 98.730 mls : engine oil, oil filter + adjusting valve clearances
May 2020 at 92.500 mls : gearbox rebuilt replacing every part that had signs of wear + new clutch and pressure plate + precision shifter mechanism
January 2020 at 91.230 mls : engine completely rebuilt from the crankshaft up, replacing every part that had signs of wear + converted to short-stroke 3.2-litre
Late 2019 at 91.230 mls : suspension, brakes, steering and interior completely rebuilt replacing every part that had signs of wear
Here’s your opportunity to buy a rare and unique 911 that’s had a 19.300 miles or 31.000 kilometres shakedown
Don’t hesitate to call me on+32 495 595025for additional info, pictures or documentation or to make an appointment to inspect the car.
Certificate of Authenticity and Modification list available on request
Any Pré Purchase Inspection possible
Original unrestored front and rear seats come with the car
Excellent Porsche 964 or 993 with manual gearbox can be taken into consideration as partial payment