by R.M. Clarke
Fourteen years after its introduction the 911SC had increased engine capacity of 3-litres. Five-speed gearboxes were standardised for all markets and the 911SC was available in either coupe or Targa-top form. The Turbo models had a new 3.3-litre engine.
Major improvements were made to the engine of the 1981-model cars with better fuel economy. In 1982 the Sc could have the Turbo-style air dam and rear wing and in 1983 the Turbo's engine was modified. The first cabriolets came in 1983. The next major model change was for the 1984 season.
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