1975 Porsche 911 3.0L PrivateCars - Serra San Bruno - 3 views
This 1975 Porsche 911 is finished in Light Yellow over a Cork interior and was acquired by the current owners 15 years ago. The car has been modified with a 911SC 3.0L flat-six which is mated to a five-speed manual transaxle, and additional features include SC flares, sport seats, 944 Turbo brakes, stainless steel headers, Koni shocks, and more as detailed below. This 911 is now offered with a clean California title in the name of the seller’s brother.
The exterior is finished in Light Yellow (117) and features SC fender flares and Carrera decals. The seller notes bubbling of the paintwork on the right quarter panel, and states that he repainted the car from red back to the original yellow upon his acquisition.
Polished 16″ alloys are wrapped in Yokohama AVS-ES100 tires. Per the seller, upgraded front and rear sway bars have been fitted along with adjustable Koni shocks, while the braking system features 944 Turbo calipers.
The interior is finished in Cork and features darker tan carpeting, with sport seats reportedly sourced to match the original interior color scheme. The headliner is said to have been replaced, and the dash has been recovered in leather. Cabin amenities include a newer Alpine stereo and a sunroof that is currently inoperable due to a missing motor.
Instrumentation ahead of the three-spoke steering wheel includes a 150-mph speedometer and a tachometer showing a 6,300-rpm redline. The five-digit odometer shows just over 89k miles, 9k of which were added under current ownership. Actual mileage is not known.
The 3.0L flat-six was reportedly installed by GD Racing of San Bruno, California. Additional modifications include stainless steel headers, a front mounted oil cooler, and a heat exchanger delete. The airbox was reportedly replaced six months ago due to a leak in the prior unit, and the seller notes that the car is occasionally hard to start.
The engine stamp reads *64C0455* and decodes for a 1981 US-market 911SC.
Power is sent to the rear wheels through a five-speed manual transaxle. Additional images of the undercarriage can be viewed in the gallery below.