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1983 Porsche 911 SC

1983 Porsche 911 SC Coupe in Guards Red with 101k miles

Runs, and drives great! Just did a solid canyon carving test on Mulholand up in the Hollywood hills. Tight little car! The rear driver side brake seems to stick a little bit.

Very sharp looking car! 2nd paint 8/10. The hood had some rock chips which were then covered with touch up paint. Hood needs to be re-shot to be a proper paint job.

16×6, and 7 Fuchs which were just completely restored. Media blasted, polished, and painted. They are like new!

The Fuchs wheels are fitted with nice Michelin Pilot tires all around. Original glass all around in good condition. No rust.

Lots of receipts for recent work including Carrera chain tensioners, valve adjustment, oil change.

The interior is nice, and original. The dash shows a little bit of warping around the edges, and the front seats show some wear. However they are original.

The original Blaupunkt radio is still in the car and works.

The car comes with the original window sticker, stack of receipts, jack, spare, nice tool kit, manual with stamps.

Clean Carfax, and title. The owner had two other Porsches and this one had to go since he had just purchased a 89 G50 Guards Red Coupe in its place.


1972 Datsun 240z Project / Daily Driver

1972 Datsun 240z

Original California car with its original blue plates
Extremely solid body.
I would like to say no rust, but there are a few bubbles on the driver side front fender.
Currently in black, but the original color was 114, Brown Metallic.
The paint looks good in the photos, but if you want this to me a proper classic car it would need to be repainted in its original color with a fresh paint job.
I would rate the current paint job a 5.5/10.
Great running, and driving car with an L28 block, and 4 speed transmission.
Suspension, brakes, and acceleration is good.
It would make a good daily driver or perfect restoration candidate.

1973 Datsun 240z Project

1973 Datsun 240z, color code 115, Blue Metallic

  • Complete, and original California blue plate car.
  • Non numbers matching L24 with a manual 4 speed transmission
  • Runs, and drives but is rough. Brakes are mooshy.
  • The body is solid, however it does have some rust underneath the driver side floor, and one tiny hole inside the passenger front wheel well, and even smaller number of holes on the panel below the windshield.
  • The undercarriage is ugly, but those are the only three small spots with rust driver floor being the biggest by far. The passenger floor has a dent.
  • The reason there is primer all around the car is due to bare metal areas that were open to the environment. The owner didn’t want the areas to rust. So, he temporarily covered them with primer prior to paint some point in the future.