This desirable 1964 Porsche 356 SC 1600 is in Heron Grey with black leather. A four owner black plate California car from new. Owned by the current owner for since 2004. Always in Northern California. A matching numbers car. COA on file. Engine type 616/15 Engine no. P*813325* Transmission type 741/ 2C Transmission no. 83891 The matching numbers engine runs excellent. Recent compression check performed. Last major work done by 9elf Motorsports and most recent service by David Loop European. The car was restored in 1985 with 95k miles at that time. Documented. Inspected and appraised by Fantasy Junction in 1985 It was painted (what looks to be) Heron grey. Originally Champagne Yellow (color code 5405). Original floors and body rockers. Always garage kept. In 2012 service work performed includes: - Major service - Rebuilt Fuel pump - Carburetor re-seal - Rebuilt transmission (complete tear down new syncro's, main shaft and pinon bearing. Rebuilt differential and new diff. bearings.) - Torsion bar mounts - Powder Coat engine pieces. Re-anodise and re-zinc hardware and tinware. - K&N air filters installed. - Total $11,398.00 A desirable SC Coupe with a very honest presentation both ins
Used condition, Franchise approved,
Year: 1957 Colour: Black Configuration: RHD Transmission: Manual Engine Capacity: 1600
Porsche 356 SC 1,6 Coupé Equipment: Bemærk DK s Billigste Bilen er på Danske plader Original SC Den bedst kørende 356 SC er den sidste i serien med Skivebremser og 95 HK Hvem kommer først Sælges for kunde
to the vehicle overview Porsche 356 A 1500 GS Carrera SOLD Year 1958 Colour Silber Leather Schwarz PS 100 Hubraum 1487 - matching numbers - fully restored - orig. Rudge Wheels - delivered new to Japan - since 1988 in Germany price SOLD Get in contact
Porsche 356 A 1,6 Cabriolet Equipment: Meget fin stand dette unikke eksemplar skal opleves ring for info
1963 Porsche Carrera 2 Coupe by Reutter VIN: 120351 The Carrera 2 was an amazing advancement when it arrived in 1961, and the most expensive car Porsche had ever built. The star of the show was the jewel of an engine that resided in the back of the car: a two-liter, quad-cam masterpiece that put out 130 horsepower. This example has been meticulously mechanically and cosmetically restored by Road Scholars in North Carolina. They took 120351 down to its bare shell and painted it in its factory correct slate grey. Autobahn Interiors took the Carrera's original interior and recovered its correct hue in red leather. The engine was rebuilt by four-cam expert, Chris Powell, of Chris's German Auto Service. While not original to the car, the Type 587/1 engine is correct to a 1963 Carrera 2. All the original components on car were completely restored before being reinstalled. Every system was gone through and examined for functionally and correct appearance. Completed in 2008, the car would go on to win the Zuffenhausen Award (296.2 points out of 300) at the 2009 Porsche Parade. Here is an excellent opportunity to own a mechanically and cosmetically correct example of the rare two-liter, fou
1964 Porsche 356C T6 Carrera 2 Cabriolet by Reutter VIN: 160232 The exclusive 356C Carrera 2 Cabriolet, which only 28 are believed to have been built from 1964-65, is one the rarest Porsche road cars. This example was finished at the factory on 5/5/1964. It would be imported to the US from Germany in 1976 by then owner, Lieutenant Colonel Fromm of Hartford, CT. At that point the car's original 4-cam had been lost to history. Fromm would put the car up for sale in 1977, and it would move on to Rick Cool of Fairfax, VA. He would own the car for only a short time, and the Cabriolet would move on to Rusty Ferrell of Utah in 1982 for $5000. During those years Ferrell would own five 356C Carreras, and would go on to restore the Cab. He sourced a correct 4-cam Carrera engine #97395 from Jim Shane of Salt Lake City and installed it in the car. Around 1989 the Cab would be sold to a European owner. The next appearance of 160232 would at a Christie's auction in Tarrytown, NY on June 15, 1996 where the Cabriolet would fetch $134,500. In 2013, after a couple of owners, the car would begin a top-level, concours level restoration here at Canepa. The Cabriolet was stripped down to its bare tub an
After 39 years, this well loved, garage stored, blanket covered, barely driven 1957 356A Speedster is finally for sale! Purchased back in 1978, this Ruby Red Speedster, a ‘California car', sat on jack stands nestled securely in a garage amongst two other 356 Porsches (1955 GT Carrera Coupe and 1963 Carrera). Being meticulous and very mechanical, my husband spent more time working on these Porsches than ever driving them. It wasn't until after his ping 25 years ago, that the Speedster saw more time out of the garage-driven and enjoyed. While ‘born' a 1600 Super Speedster, the original roller bearer crankcase had been replaced with a reliable '62 Normal engine (#608098) and had been repainted prior to our purchase. The car is a well-preserved, mechanically sound, older restoion with less than 1000 miles driven since purchased in 1978.
to the vehicle overview Porsche 356 B T 6 1600 Coupé Year 1962 Colour Schwarz Leather Leder rot PS 90 Hubraum 1598 - delivered new to Germany - Sunroof - restored price 99.500,- Get in contact
to the vehicle overview Porsche 356 B Roadster SOLD Year 1960 Colour Fjordblau Leather blau PS 90 Hubraum 1600 Kilometerstand 3381 - one of only 560 examples built in 1960 - restored - Coachwork by Drautz - ready to join - incl. original matching numbers motors price SOLD Get in contact
Type: Used Year: 1962 Make: Porsche Model: 356 B Twin Grille Body: Cabriolet Trans: Manual Stock 62356B Ext Color: Ruby Red Vin: 89621
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The 356 was created by Ferry Porsche (son of Ferdinand Porsche, founder of the company). Like its cousin, the VW Beetle (designed by Ferdinand Porsche Senior), the 356 was a four-cylinder, air-cooled, rear-engine, rear-wheel-drive car utilizing unitized pan and body construction The basic design of the 356 remained the same throughout its lifespan, with evolutionary, functional improvements rather than yearly superficial styling changes. Nevertheless a variety of models in both coupe and convertible forms were produced from 1948 through 1965. To distinguish among the major revisions of the model, 356's are generally classified into a few major groups. 356 coupes and "cabriolets" (soft-top) built through 1954 are readily identifiable by their split (1948 to 1952) or bent (center-creased, 1953 to 1954) windshields. In 1955, with numerous small but significant changes, the 356A was introduced. Its internal factory designation, "Type 1," gave rise to its nickname "T1" among enthusiasts. In early 1957 a second revision of the 356A was produced, known as Type 2 (or T2). In late 1959 more significant styling and technical refinements gave rise to the 356B (a T5 body type) The mid 1962 356
Used condition, Franchise approved,
Used condition, Franchise approved,
Type: Used Year: 1960 Make: Porsche Model: 356 Body: Cabriolet Trans: 4-Speed Manual Stock 1960T5 Ext Color: Blue Int Color: Beige/Tan Vin: 154444
As Dr. Ferdinand Porsche’s first automotive offering to the world, the 356 didn’t have much to live up to. It was unique, fresh, and new in every way, giving the public an entirely new concept in the world of sports cars. The layout of the 356 was to be the DNA that would grow Porsche into the cutting edge company it is today, and ultimately sealing its fate in automotive history. When first debuting in 1948 the 356, then built in Gmund, Austria, was a small town sports car just gaining traction. It was a raw, 1,100CC Flat Four powered split windscreen coupe that embodied simplicity and lightweight performance. By 1954 Max Hoffman was well established as Porsche’s Sole US Importer, the company was growing fast, and as a result changes were made. These “Pre-A” (as they would come to be know, later) examples lost the “V” in the windshield and had a simple “bent” appearance, the motor was now 1,500CC and an options list was ever growing. While these cars eventually evolved into the 356A in 1955, the early cars still embody Porsches most extreme original design, and today are coveted amongst collectors as the most interesting and pure examples. The example on offer here, a 1954 Porsche
to the vehicle overview Porsche 356 A Coupe´ Year 1957 Colour silbergrau Leather blau grau PS ca. 90 PS Hubraum 1600 Kilometerstand 94317 - restored - modified to Carrera GT Style - ready to join price 105.000,- Get in contact
Porsche 356 C 1,6 Coupé Equipment: Bemærk bilen står i Odense Meget fin stand Fuld Historie Bøger Matching numbers Porsche Certificat ring for info Prisen er ekskl reg afgift på 15.000 kr ca.
The Porsche 356 is an automobile which was produced by German company Porsche from 1948 to 1965. It was the company's first production automobile. The 356 was a lightweight and nimble-handling rear-engine rear-wheel-drive 2-door sports car available in hardtop coupe and open configurations. Design innovations continued during the years of manufacture, contributing to its motorsports success and popularity. Production started in 1948 at Gmünd, Austria, where approximately 50 cars were built. In 1950 the factory relocated to Zuffenhausen, Germany, and general production of the 356 continued until April 1965, well after the replacement model 911 made its autumn 1963 debut. The 356 was created by Ferdinand "Ferry" Porsche (son of Dr. Ing. Ferdinand Porsche, founder of the company). Like its cousin, the Volkswagen Beetle (which Ferdinand Porsche Senior had designed), the 356 was a four-cylinder, air-cooled, rear-engine, rear-wheel-drive car utilizing unitized pan and body construction. While the 356's body was an original design by Porsche employee Erwin Komenda, its mechanicals (including engine case and suspension components) were based on and initially sourced from Volkswagen. The fi
With the Carrera nameplate, Porsche had produced their first real production sports car. Named after Porsche’s victory at the Carrera Panamericana, this model mated the potent four-camshaft engine from the 550 RS Spyder into the 356’s unassuming chassis. Called the 1500RS, the Carrera engine was an air-cooled, four-cylinder engine that was designed by Ernst Fuhrmann to be an out-and-out racing unit. This engine used a complex system of bevels and shafts for the valvetrain, as well as a dry-sump lubrication system. Further distinguishing it was an aluminum block with chrome-plated cylinder walls and twin-spark ignition. Fuhrman personally motivated the Carrera 356 after fitting his own car with a four-cam. He recalls “In fact I put the first one in my own car… And people around here drove it and said, ‘that’s not so bad!'” This was good news, since four-cam unit had to sit further back behind the rear wheels than the standard engine. Soon after, Ferry Porsche had a four-cam in his own 356A. In 1956, Porsche introduced the 356 Carrera GS (road version) and GT (race version). A legend was born. This particular example was delivered new in France by Porsche importer Sonauto. Restored i
Here is an incredible opportunity to own a very solid, extremely nice example 1959 Porsche 356 A 1600 Super Convertible D. This incredible survivor has had a good life over several caretakers, where it was properly maintained, and cared for, for over 50 years. It has minimal wear and nice patina. It remains its original Ruby Red exterior and Light Brown interior, with US bumpers as delivered new. It has a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity to verify its birth colors, and numbers. Delivered November 26, 1958, it went to Hoffman NY, where it started its life in the US. During its ownership, the original engine was taken out of the car, and replaced with a rebuilt 356 B engine. This Porsche also comes with the original matching block. One of only 1,331 models made during production, the body is the same as a Speedster, expect for the taller windshield, and roll up windows. This car has been recently serviced, and has received a full vehicle detail by marque experts, Classic Showcase of Oceanside, CA. It was fit with a new convertible top, was shod with new tires, it had its distributor rebuilt and set up properly, had a new correct master cylinder installed, a major tune up was perfo
(SOLD) This rare and collectible Porsche 356 A coupe has recently benefitted from a restoration by Porsche specialists, Classic Showcase of Oceanside, CA. With only 30,015 original miles on the odometer, this beauty is a very sought after example, with a numbers matching motor and transmission, it has been registered with the 356 registry, and it has the special Reutter Coachwork. During the restoration process, Classic Showcase disassembled and documented the vehicle, the body was stripped, it was body worked and fit, all parts were fit to the car in bare metal; it was primered, sealed, painted base coat/clear coat, all parts were painted off the car individually, then it was color sanded and buffed, and the systems were restored, or replaced, as needed. The sheet metal and the engine compartment have also been restored, as well as the undercarriage. Sound deadening was installed prior to having the interior fit by their master upholsters. The interior is trimmed in all the proper German materials and it even features the Porsche radio blanking plate. The bright work was replated as needed. This is a very nice example of a highly collectible model that was restored in a desirable
(SOLD) Factory sunroof, AM/FM Blaupunkt original radio no speakers, leather interior, German headliner from Auto International, rubber door panels, dash has extra floor soundproofing. Original wheels come with the car. All metal inside painted to match exterior black enamel, 2 coats primer and 2 coats of paint, color sanded and buffed, triple platted chrome (copper, chrome, chrome). Block split, new rods, main bearings pistons, rings, valves, valve seats, guides replaced. Heads redone, clutch throw-out and main bearing replaced, aluminum piston sleeves installed in the barrels, new distributor, new 40 Webers (32 Webers come with the car). New synchros, and seals, breaks redone, cylinder master/slave redone with kits, gages reconditioned; new wire harness.
(SOLD) This striking Porsche 356B is a very original car with the rare Smyrna Green exterior, and with factory super 75 HP. This Porsche has a matching numbers motor and the 616/12 case designation according to the factory Kardex Porsche build sheet (The Kardex is a card which resides in a card file in Ludwigsburg, Germany. The original purpose of this card was to be a warranty record for work performed on the car at the factory). It has had a fresh restoration performed by a Porsche 356 restoration facility where it was stripped to bare metal for its body and paint work. It was color sanded and buffed to show condition and has excellent hood, door and trunk fit. There was a complete motor rebuild performed and the cosmetic restoration included new weather stripping, chrome, interior, underside detail and 4-corner suspension detail. This beauty is ready for the serious Porsche collector who demands the very best.
(SOLD) This vehicle is an original unmolested example. This speedster has matching numbers. It has small California pink slip. Restoration was started approximately 25 years ago and was put away in dray storage.