Your Super Porsche 911SC Wallpapers Are Here

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Photo: Kevin McCauley
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You deserve to look at something pretty. You deserve to look at something striking. You deserve to look at this Porsche 911SC.

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Kevin has owned his 1979 Porsche 911SC since 2016 when it bought it on eBay. Since then, it’s undergone some changes. The Whaletail spoiler was removed. Some subtle Martini stripes were added. The whole thing really came together and we’re all mighty proud.

Illustration for article titled Your Super Porsche 911SC Wallpapers Are Here
Photo: Kevin McCauley
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As of August of this year, the odometer on Kevin’s 911 read 103,909 miles on it. As pretty as it is, this car gets driven. But it has to, because how else would we get these beautiful shots of it out in the world?

Illustration for article titled Your Super Porsche 911SC Wallpapers Are Here
Photo: Kevin McCauley

Learn the whole story behind Kevin’s 911 at his website here, and if you’re want to see more of Kevin’s photography, have a look at his instagram here.

Oh, and if you’re looking for a full-resolution version of that night-drive shot up top, click right here.

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Max Finkel is a Weekend Contributor at Jalopnik.

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rexrod
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Very nice. Good call deleting the idiotic late Turbo wing. Although I have to acknowledge that at least this car had the correct setup: rear wing and front lip have both to be present. Just the rear wing, Porsche used to insist, makes the car unstable.

It seems Martini stripes were also available for the SC, but I don’t think I have ever seen one with them, only 930s and 924s. I’d even venture to say that in the wingless, narrow body they look a lot better than in the Turbo; a very nice surprise, because I certainly was not a fan of them.

For a laugh (an expensive one) Mr McCauley could try to track down a 78 Martini package” interior, with its very special front seats, but the end result certainly would be too wild. “As is” his SC looks gorgeous.