Posted by Cody on February 9, 2019
Today we are featuring a 1982 Porsche 911 SC Targa finished in Grand Prix White with a Brown/Tan leather interior.
The Grand Prix White exterior looks pretty clean overall. No noticeable dents, dings, or large scratches are present in the pictures provided in the original ad. All the gaps appear to line up correctly which is typically a good indicator that the car is accident free (but you should always double check!).
Targa top looks to be in good condition and the car is sitting on the correct Fuchs wheels and new Bilstein rear shocks.
The Brown and Tan mixed leather interior seems to be in good condition as well from what I can tell. I didn’t notice any cracks or warping in the original pictures. An aftermarket stereo has been installed and the seller says that the air condition works. Both front seats show a little bit of wear, but I didn’t see any rips, tears, or discoloration which is a good thing.
This 1982 Porsche 911 SC Targa has only been driven 69,600 original miles and is equipped with a manual transmission.
Overall this is a great example of a 911 Targa that has only had 3 owners. The owner does not specify if they have any service records in the ad but they do mention that they have the Certificate of Authenticity.
The original ad for this 1982 Porsche 911 SC Targa was posted just 3 days ago and their current asking price is $47,500.