Proven E Class winning 911 Euro SC for sale
Began life as a very late build, rust free 1977 911 S.
This means it is galvanized and has the vacuum brake booster of the SC.
SC rear flares were welded on making it identical to a real SC.
It is log booked as an 1983 911 SC in PCA, NASA, and SCCA.
It has a real 930/10 engine.
Debut race was September 2001 in Pueblo, CO.
Here are its results:
RennPoints Driver History of Jesse Wurmbrand
RennPoints Driver History of Peter Bekkers
New Mahle 9.8/1 pistons and cylinders
Measured, resealed within last twenty hours or run time
New rod bearings
Competition valve springs with titanium retainers
ARP rod bolts
Large Fluidine front oil cooler (220* max on hottest days)
Coastal fishing/European Racing headers with megaphones
Custom mufflers included for sound restricted tracks
Last dyno showed 195.5 HP at rear wheels
Also freshened within last twenty hours.
New dogs and sliders as needed (first, second, and third, as I recall) will verify with shop.
Factory ZF limited slip with stainless clutches
Aluminum Sachs pressure plate/good clutch
Torsion bars: 23MM front, 30MM rear Glenn Sanders
Bistein shocks custom valved to match bars and car weight
Adjustable Kolkein front and rear sway bars (not sure these are still made but theyre identical to the ones Elephant sells.
Fully gusseted rear sway bar mounting points
Front bar is through the body
Legal bump steer kit
Brake ducting through spoiler
Elephant Rear CamberMax
Monoball front strut mounts
Monoball rear trailing arm mounts
Urethane bushings everywhere else
Fuchs 8 and 9 by 16 wheels
Momo steering wheel with Smart Racing quick release
Sparco Course seats (both sides)on sliders; drivers side seatback brace
Teamtech harnesses (out of date)
Halon system with three nozzles
Battery relocated to smugglers box
Window net and center net
Wired for radios (radios can be discussed)
Hard wired transponder
Autopower cage with custom welded Nascar door bars
GT racing front and rear bumpers (fiberglass)
Since this list was made there have been many, many more mods and thousands of dollars of more work done which is just too much to list.
The car has many podium finishes. However, at it's last race it seems like a valve spring broke on the #3 cylinder and that's how the car sits today. at the very least you would have to replace a head, piston and cylinder. button it back up and hit the track. or you could do a top end.
car was being supported by accumoto until i got it to florida.
located in hollywood, fl
many pics here: 1977 911S Heineken Race Car by drola | Photobucket