1980 Porsche 911 SC Weissach
|Model:||911 SC Weissach|
|Exterior Color||Platinum Metallic|
|Interior Color||Doric Grey|
Finished in stunning Special Edition Original Platinum Metallic that has been resprayed to its factory specification by an extremely reputable shop with the interior refinished impeccably in its Weissach Edition Doric Gray leather. Fully documented with its Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, as well as its original books and a complete binder with brochures and service history dating back to 1989! A Gorgeous color combination and truly one of the nicest examples of this iconic model to be found on the market today with tremendous investment potential.
This incredible motorcar has been beautifully maintained with a complete mechanical refresh over the past five years. The car received a full glass out respray and wheel refinishing by Foreign Specialties of Manville, NJ, approximately 5 years ago. Its front seats were refitted with Porsche factory leather by Maximillian Classics in Peapack, NJ, while the rest of the interior remains all original. Fitted with options, including a limited slip differential, electric sunroof, air conditioning and much more! The pictures of the car do not do it justice. Its paint and interior are stunning, and underside and engine are extremely clean as the pictures show.
HISTORY OF THE 1980 PORSCHE 911SC WEISSACH EDITION: This Limited Edition 911SC was built in 1980 to honor the Porsche Motorsport team working in Weissach Germany. Only 408 Weissach limited edition models were produced and delivered to the United States. Half were painted Metallic Black, the other half in Platinum Metallic. The interior was full leather in Doric Grey with burgundy piping. Special 15 Fuchs wheels were painted Platinum Metallic and fitted with Pirelli CN30 Tires. A Weissachs most noticeable attributes included, flexible chin on the front air dam and the infamous rear spoiler as known as the Whale Tail. The Porsche Weissach Special Edition Coupe (option number M439) was an immediate collectors car. In 1980 this Porsche 911SC sold for $32,000 and produced 172 horsepower, a top speed of 139 mph and a 0-60 in just 7 seconds.