1978 Porsche 911SC Euro w/ RUF Accessories

There’s a lot I like about this 911sc in Texas: It’s a Euro 911 (about 25+ hp), doesn’t have a sunroof (nice weight savings), RUF bumpers front and rear (more weight savings), and the sexy RUF wheels (appropriately spelled as wheel$ in the post). 1978 Porsche 911SC RUF Clone on PelicanParts The bad news is … Continue reading “1978 Porsche 911SC Euro w/ RUF Accessories”

Weekend Wrap-up: Speedlinking My Posts Elsewhere for the Past Week

Here are some quick links pointing to some posts I’ve made this week outside of dancrouchblog.com: I got a quick post up on FastCheapCars.com about the delightful ‘Spridget’ 1988 BMW M5 – Rare Black on Black For Sale Porsches For Sale Right Now That Look Like Good Value: 911SC and Boxster 2003 BMW Z4 3.0 … Continue reading “Weekend Wrap-up: Speedlinking My Posts Elsewhere for the Past Week”

1977 Porsche 911S w/ late model 3.6L swap!

The U.S. 75-77 Porsche 911, known as the ‘middle years’, are some of the least sought after 911’s ever. Nearly every 911 buyer’s guide I’ve ever read recommends against these models due to serious engine concerns and instead point to the 78-82 Porsche 911SC, which is considered bullet-proof in comparison. This car seems to have … Continue reading “1977 Porsche 911S w/ late model 3.6L swap!”

Porsche 911 Adventure: “So what are you doing this weekend?”

Disclaimer: If you have no love for fine sportscars, this isn’t your post. Innocent enough question usually, but Paul had been contemplating taking his Uncle’s Porsche 911SC off his hands for the past week when he heard it was for sale. Paul was confused as to what to do, stating that it was irresponsible and … Continue reading “Porsche 911 Adventure: “So what are you doing this weekend?””