There were no stickers under the hood on an '82. That practice started in May of '83. It's very likely that there will be nothing in the warranty book, if it is a US car. If you had the engine and gearbox numbers, Porsche NA customer service might confirm them over the phone, if you tell them you are going to order a COA. A two owner car should be fairly stock; lots of detailed pics in a thread would go a long ways to verifying what the car is. Waiting on a COA will take 6-8 weeks. If it's a good car, you don't have that much time to buy it.
If you could please help, I searched the internet and two posts showed up and you were the information source. I am purchasing a 1982sc GP with a red interior. Seller has all books from new two owner. No sticker under hood and none in the warranty book. New to porsche- do I need to get a COA to confirm options? Thank you for your time and reply. Jason
I think you make a valid point about the rear seats. I am hoping to make the rear belts work by welding a bung to the shelf. I already picked up most items...but I think it makes sense to have a few period correct parts as you say I will run into some issues with the rear seats and side panels...if I take the following can you offer a package price and throw in a box.....
rear seats ( I am going to use the foam from the 964 on the corpus of the 77 to have the right brackets) .
rear quarter panels ( which ever has the whole for front seat belts SC or 77 3.0 )
sunvisors ( does that include the hardward? )
I think I will just get new carpet..seems cheap enough
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do you have front seat belts and receptors for the car? Thanks..
The H1 lights will fit your car. The painted trim rings are optional and they fit over the H1 lights, after the H1 lights are installed. The H1 lights, like the H4 lights, are attached with one screw at the very bottom. There's a lip on the backside of the upper part of the chrome ring that fits over a corresponding lip on the headlight bucket. The screw just holds it in place, once the light is installed over that lip. The painted trim ring is held in place in the same manner, using a small screw at the bottom that threads into a hole in the end of the first screw that hold the main light in place.
I recently bought a set of H1's but i'm not sure they will fit my 80 , 911. I see the two painted trim rings you had have a different mounting alignment then the chrome one's. Do I need to fimd the painted style to mount the H1's on my car. They currently have the chrome style. Thanks