Philip Raby Porsche Porsche Sales and Service This Porsche 356 Speedster recreation has just been treated to a full cosmetic and mechanical restoration and looks absolutely stunning. It is based on a 1966 Volkswagen with an Scats-worked 1.6-litre engine that has been bored, and fitted with uprated push-rods and twin Weber carburettors, it produces around 75bhp. It has just been stripped right down and rebuilt with a full stainless-steel dual-exit exhaust, new cowling and other trim. The rest of the mechanical parts, including the brakes, have been overhauled with new parts as well. The body was, we believe, created by replica specialist Pilgrim and is extremely well built and features ‘Outlaw’ style wide arches to give the Speedster a cool Californian roadster look, set off perfectly with brand-new 8×15 Smoothie chrome steel wheels and hubcaps, plus new tyres. The Ivory White paintwork has recently been applied to a very high standard. The interior is finished with refurbished red leatherette seats, matching carpets and a new wood-rimmed steering wheel. This is a unique and wonderfully fun car at fraction of a price of a genuine Porsche 356 Speedster. It is beautifully presented an
Type: Used Year: 1965 Make: Porsche Model: 356 Trim: C Body: Cabriolet Trans: Stock 112 Ext Color: Red Int Color: Black Vin: 161680
Type: Used Year: 1961 Make: Porsche Model: 356 Body: Cabriolet Trans: 4-Speed Manual Stock 1961T5 Ext Color: Blue Int Color: Beige/Tan Vin: 1961T5356B
Type: Used Year: 1964 Make: Porsche Model: 356 SC Body: Cabriolet Trans: 4-Speed Manual Stock 736 Engine Size: 1.6 Ext Color: Blue Int Color: Beige/Tan Vin: 160365
As the first serial production car to wear the Porsche name, the 356 was the car that set the company firmly on the path to success in the worlds of sporting road cars and motorsport. The first 356 was a relatively simple car that shared its basic layout with the Volkswagen, utilizing a monocoque chassis design and a highly reworked version of the VW’s flat-four cylinder engine slung out behind the rear axle. For his own car, Dr. Ferdinand Porsche dramatically improved the VW engine with new heads, new cam, new crankshaft and other internals, as well as adding a dual carburetor intake. The very first Porsche car hit the road in Austria in 1948, and as the 1950s progressed, fewer and fewer VW parts were used in production. The end result of Dr. Porsche’s methodical refinement was a free revving engine that produced double the horsepower of the People’s Car. True to the Porsche Ethos, the 356 itself was continuously being refined and revised over its 17 year production run, without ever being fully redesigned at one time. By the time 356C production ended in 1965, horsepower had nearly doubled again from the first 356s and the car had gained four wheel disc brakes and a host of mechanical, styling and trim refinements. As with any long-running automobile, each evolution of the chassis has its own group of dedicated fans. For many drivers and collectors, the 356B remains the sweetest and best balanced of the lot, both in terms of performance and styling. A wide variety of body styles graced the basic 356 shape over the years. From coupes to cabriolets and everything in between, Porsche offered a body style to appeal to a wide range of enthusiasts. Perhaps the purest expression of the 356 as a driver-focused sports car was the Speedster. The Speedster first appeared in 1955 at the urging of the influential American importer, Max Hoffman. Hoffman believed that a stripped down, lower cost 356 would sell well in America, particularly in sunny California where sports car racing was all the rage. Hoffman’s hunch proved right and the Speedster was an instant hit. Unlike the Cabriolet, the open topped Speedster had a rakish cut down windscreen, fixed-back bucket seats, side curtains in place of door glass, and a rudimentary folding top. The car was lighter, cheaper and faster than its siblings, and had a unique, simplistic elegance to its appearance. Production was relatively short however, running from 1955 through 1958. As customer demand for such a basic sports car waned, Porsche changed the formula to keep buyers happy. The replacement Convertible D was little more than a Speedster with a taller windscreen and roll up windows. A more thoroughly redesigned replacement for the Convertible D came in 1960, named the Roadster. The Roadster still retained similar lines to the Speedster, but like the D included full weather equipment, roll up side glass and a further refined styling of the Karosserie Drauz-built bodies. The 1600 engine gave brisk performance, and the Roadster remained the sporting choice, as the cabriolet was slightly heavier. Roadster production only lasted through early 1962, when the Cabriolet became the only open 356 option. This attractive 1960 356B Roadster is a numbers-matching example that has been treated to a recent comprehensive restoration with an emphasis on driving and enjoyment. It is finished in a very crisp color combination of Bali Blue over a red leather interior with a gray squarweave carpets and a black Stayfast top. The paint and bodywork are fresh, with very good, consistent panel gaps throughout. The chrome and brightwork are excellent, and the car rides on a nice set of chrome wheels and excellent Vredestein tires. The numbers-matching 1600 Super engine – as verified by the Porsche Certificate of Authenticity - has been recently upgraded with twin Weber carburetors for performance and ease of service, though purists can rest assured that the original carburetors are included in the sale. The engine is nicely detailed and very well presented appearing extremely fresh. Likewise, interior is beautifully presented, with the smell of fresh leather still strong in the cabin; the red upholstery beautifully contrasting the blue paint. The correct squareweave carpeting is executed in an attractive gray color, and a deluxe steering wheel greets the driver. The 356B roadster is one of the rarest and most desirable open 356s. Drum brake Bs are an absolute joy to drive, with delicate steering, a torquey smallbore engine that thrives on revs and gorgeous, timeless styling. Combining the simplistic charm of the Speedster with a bit more comfort and convenience, the Roadster makes a fabulous driver’s car for all conditions. Recent mechanical and restoration work totals over $40,000, making this very well sorted and attractive example ready for enjoyment. Please note that the car is titled as a 1961.
Chequered Flag International is pleased to offer this 1957 Porsche 356A T1 Coupe Coupe in Red with Black leather. (Born Graphite Metallic 5603 with Red leather). Matching numbers engine (64978). Fantastic body and paint, solid & clean underside, superb engine bay & engine detail. Fantastic interior done to the same high level as the rest of the car. Comes with lots of records, restoration photos and Certificate of Authenticity. Runs superbly and delightful to drive. Priced at the lower end of the spectrum for a done car - try buying one and making it this nice. Inspections encouraged. All sales AS-IS. Sales tax and license fees due if delivered in California. Visit Chequered Flag International online at chequeredflag.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 310-827-8665 today to schedule your test drive.
Year of construction 1963 color rot leather schwarz long time in privat ownership of a Porsche Dealer restored 15 years ago great overall condition engine upgrade price Sold EUR
The term “Hot Rod” will likely conjure up thoughts of 1930s and 40s Fords, Chevys and other American iron with altered bodies, big engines and fat tires tearing up Main Street between lights or blasting down the salt flats. While hot rodding may have its roots solidly with American cars, the influx of imported sports cars in the 1950s meant that the practice soon spread to foreign makes as well. Volkswagen and Porsche in particular have traditionally been very popular with the custom car crowd. Their relative mechanical simplicity meant they were easy to work on, and as owners gained experience servicing them, they quickly found ways to make them faster. The VW crowd gravitated toward drag racing while the Porsche set was focused on making their cars faster around a road course or rally stage. In the late 1980s though, the Porsche 356 was finding new favor with collectors who increasingly performed high-end restorations and trailered their cars from show field to show field. But Emory Motorsports of Oregon revived the Porsche hot-rod scene by slapping on fat wheels, hot engines and lots of period rally parts to then go out drive their cars hard. They were nicknamed “Outlaws” as they flew in the face of the mainstream 356 community and their cars were far from the pampered concours queens that dominated the scene. Since that time, the “outlaw” name stuck and has become synonymous with hot 356 Porsches of all types. This attractive 356 B hot rod is a fabulous example of this now classic “outlaw” style. It is finished in the very cool and understated shade of Glasurit Stone Grey over black upholstery and features plenty of wonderful period touches. Rather unusually for a customized 356, this build is based on a Roadster body. The Roadster was an evolution of the Speedster brought on by slow sales of the spartan Speedster and customer demands for more comfort. The basic little Speedster was refined with a slightly taller windscreen, proper roll-up windows and a larger, roomier folding top. The Roadster fit nicely between the hardcore Speedster and the more luxurious Cabriolet. A California car from new, the body on this example is beautifully restored with excellent quality paint and finishing. It has been de-bumpered front and rear for a lean and racy look, and subtle cosmetic tweaks have been added such as the through-hood fuel filler, mesh horn grille screens, Talbot Green-Dot mirrors, rollbar and a louvered engine lid. It rides on a set of RS60 style wheels with alloy rims and steel centers; of course with no hub caps for that classic Porsche racer look and is set up with Koni adjustable shocks. A polished 4 cam “pea shooter” exhaust system rounds out the rear. The cockpit is classic Porsche: Basic, functional and sporty. Our car has been fitted with Speedster style seats with carbon fiber shells upholstered in black by the marque experts at Autos International. Oatmeal squareweave carpets and correct-style rubber mats line the floors, and the dash has been refinished to match the body. A beautiful period style wood rimmed steering wheel has been fitted which feels great in the hands and thanks to its smaller diameter, sharpens steering inputs as well. Of course, a hot rod is only as good as its engine and thankfully this 356 brings a hot, big-bore 912 engine running on dual Solex carburetors. It features a remote spin-on oil filter conversion and adjustable fuel pressure regulator but retains a subtle, period correct appearance without too much flash. Wiring and finishes are very tidy and the engine is very clean both top and bottom. It has benefited from $5,000 in recent mechanical sorting and is absolutely ready to drive. In the true spirit of the hot-rod Porsche 356, this is a car for driving events, weekend blasts and rallies. It has the added benefit of a well-fitted top and roll up windows should the weather take a turn on you and as beautiful as it is, we’d love to see it getting used regularly. We think this wonderful Roadster’s already fantastic looks will only improve with the addition of a few bug splatters and some good hard miles.
Year: 1958 Configuration: RHD Transmission: Manual
Year of construction 1959 PS 90 PS color blau leather beige full nut and bolt restored Super 90 version German registration price SOLD EUR
This striking 1960 Porsche 356 B Roadster is in Ruby Red with Light Brown. The roadster was first built as a replacement for the Porsche Speedster. The roadster was a slightly more civilized car with a higher windshield and roll up windows. The 356B model premiered in 1960 with a newer more aerodynamic body style. This 356 has been in the same family ownership for the LAST 53 years. The car still retains its blue California license plate. It was restored in the late 1990s. Stock 1600cc 4 cylinder engine. Top end rebuild in 1998 by Werkstatt Unlimited at 78k miles. Excellent paint and interior. Oil and filter, major service, full brake service, new sway bar bushings and rear axel boots at 79,383 miles in 2005. Engine out service performed in 2008 at 79,865 miles. COA on file with the following information: Production date: 12/22/1959 Color: Ruby Red Interior: Light Brown/Leatherette Optional equipment: - Phoenix tires - Reclining seats This 356 B Roadster is in a great color combination. A wonderful addition to your collection. All inspections welcome. We ship worldwide. Contact us at 831.373.3131 day or evening. VIN: 87299 Condition: Clear Title Transmission: Manual Exterior Colo
1958 Porsche 356 A 1600 Coupe with Sunroof s/n 101972 engine no. 67304 (included), 87072 (fitted) Burgundy with Tan Leather Interior Porsche began the venerable 356 series as their first foray into sports car production. With much of their success in racing, the world could see that Porsche was a force to be reckoned with. By 1958 the 356 could be purchased with the potent Super engine, initially as a 1500, and later in 1600 form. The 356A became one of the most sought after early Porsches, exhibiting the finest craftsmanship and engineering, particularly in these early cars. This particular example is a nicely restored and beautifully presented car with the rare 1600 engine, featuring a sunroof. It was restored in a very striking color combination several years ago, and has nicely aged via a dedicated 356 collector who enthusiastically used the car prior to selling it in 2011 to Tom Papadopoulos of Autosport Designs, Inc. through Fantasy Junction. Papadopoulos spent an additional amount of time and money refining the car even further over the course of several months (receipts of this work included with the car). While the car appears to expert restorers and Porsche enthusiasts to
Porsche 356 SC 1,6 Coupé Equipment: Fin og velkørende Matching numbers SC Porsche Certificat ring for info.
A Well Maintained Porsche, Looks Stunning, Has Full History and Great Spec, Just Had Major Service Inc Flywheel and Clutch, Upgrades - Bose Sound System, Electric Front Seats, Leather Dashboard, Leather Sports Seats, PCM Navigation Module, Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS), Porsche Stability Management (PSM), Sports Exhaust, Sports Chassis, Metallic Paint, Parking System, 12 months MOT, Full service history, Excellent bodywork, Black Full leather interior - Excellent Condition, Tyre condition Excellent, Four wheel-drive, Standard Features - Air-Conditioning (Automatic), Climate Control, 19in Carrera S Alloy Wheels, Alarm, Alloy Wheels (17in), Computer, Electric Windows (Front), In Car Entertainment (Radio Preparation), Tinted Glass, Upholstery Leather. 4 seats, Metallic Black, HPI CLEAR, DEBIT/CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED,3/6/12/24 MONTHS WARRANTY AVAILABLE, LOW RATE FINANCE AVAILABLE, DRIVEAWAY INSURANCE AVAILABLE, PART EXCHANGES WELCOME, VISIT WWW.AYAANMOTORS.COM FOR MORE INFORMATION AND 24 HR LIVE CHAT FEATURE, 5 STAR RATED AUTOTRADER DEALER, CHECK OUT OUR REVIEWS ON AUTOTRADER, ALL VEHICLES COME WITH A HPI REPORT, FULL MOT AND NATIONWIDE WARRANTY, VIEWING STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENTS ONLY, CALL 0121 4484554, 07860251554 TO ARRANGE VIEWING, GBP 29,980
2004 PORSCHE 911 TURBO TIPTRONIC S IN MIDNIGHT BLUE WITH GREY LEATHER, ONLY 3 OWNERS FROM NEW AND 80,200 MILES WITH FULL SERVICE HISTORY, LAST DONE AT 75,600, 12 months warranty, Next MOT due 14/02/2017, Full service history, Excellent bodywork, Black Full leather interior - Excellent Condition, Tyre condition Good, Four wheel-drive, Sunroof Electric, Air-Conditioning (Automatic), Climate Control, Alarm, Alloy Wheels (18in), Computer, Electric Windows (Front/Rear), In Car Entertainment (Radio/Cassette), Seats Electric (Memory Driver/Passenger), Upholstery Leather, Central locking, Electric door mirrors, Electric windows, Folding rear seats, Immobiliser, Leather seats, Lumbar support, Parking aid, Power steering, Radio, Remote central locking, Satellite navigation, Sports seats, Traction control, Height adjustable drivers seat, Cruise control, CD Player. 4 seats, Metallic MIDNIGHT BLUE, THIS IS A VERY NICE 996 TURBO WITH ONLY 80,000 MILES AND FULL SERVICE HISTORY, LAST DONE AT 75,000, IMMACULATE MIDNIGHT BLUE PAINT WORK, ONLY 3 OWNERS FROM NEW, VERY NICE FULL GREY LEATHER INTERIOR WITH VERY GOOD TRIM, UNMARKED ALLOY WHEELS WITH GOOD TYRES, GREAT SPEC INC, SAT NAV, ELECTRIC SUNROOF, CLIMATE CONTROL, CENTRAL LOCKING, ELECTRIC WINDOWS AND MIRRORS AND CD CHANGER, THIS CAR IS IN VERY GOOD CONDITION AND HAS BEEN WELL LOOKED AFTER BY ITS 3 OWNERS, 1 YEARS MOT. PART EX WELCOME. HPI CLEAR AND ALL DEALER FACLITIES, GREAT FINANCE PACKAGES AVAILABLE, 12 MONTHS WARRANTY. ;;We have over 35 luxury cars in stock. Please call 01682 566311 for further information or visit our website: WWW.BMCC4X4.COM; GBP 33,950 p/x welcome
Year of construction 1958 color taubenblau leather blau delivered new to Düsseldorf/ Germany matching numbers more than 200.000,- Euro invested fully restored to a very high level price 169.000,- EUR
By the early 1950s the very first Porsche, the type 356 had gained fame among enthusiasts around the world for its aerodynamics, surefooted handling, and excellent build quality. A class win at Le Mans in 1951 launched the Type 356 further into the stratosphere with production spanning another 13 years eventually giving rise to the vaunted 911 and making it one of the all-time great sports cars- forever associated with names like James Dean and Janis Joplin. With a lightweight, aerodynamic design, beautifully sculpted interior appointments and a silky-smooth synchromesh transmission mated to a punchy 4 cylinder boxer engine the 356 offers arguably the most pure and enjoyable drive of any classic- hence their world renowned popularity today. This very early and rare Porsche 356 Pre A was delivered new on the 13th of July 1953 by Hoffmans, New York. Numbers matching and still featuring its correct Beige Corduroy interior trim this car still importantly carries the one-piece 'vee' windscreen - typical of late pre-'A' models, the superior optional 1.5-litre engine and its original 16 inch wheels. Restored some years ago and presenting in excellent condition both inside and out this exc
A gorgeous 2012 Porsche 911 Coupe in guards red with light grey full leather interior only 24,000 miles with full Porsche service history and a great spec. This is a very nice car with immaculate paintwork and unmarked alloy wheels. Light grey two tone interior, sports exhaust, lowered PASM suspension, full Sat Nav, sports chrono package, park assist, electric heated sports seats, Porsche torque vectoring system, light design package and much more totalling over GBP 9k. This is a great car in a very nice colour combination. ;;HPI clear and all dealer facilities, great finance packages available. We have over 60 luxury and sports cars in stock.
FIFTH GEAR FEATURE CAR, Finished In Elegant Satin Silver, Only One Previous Owner With 2800 Miles, Tygan-Chisel Model Very Well Respected 356 Speedster Replica Manufacturer, Full Leather Interior In Burgandy With Bucket Seats And Burgandy Carpet, Split Riveted Nardi Style Moto-Lito Steering Wheel, 2.0 Engine With Front Brake Discs, Stainless Steel Exhaust, Chrome Luggage Rack, Dash Clock, Rear Bench Seat, Black Gauges, Vehicle Has Been Dry Stored Its Entire Life, Looks Like A Brand New Car, Real Head Turner, MUST BE SEEN TO BE APPRCIATED.
Extremely Rare 1958 Porsche Super Speedster This incredibly rare 1958 Porsche Super Speedster has been under the same ownership for the last 30 years and is in superb condition. Ruby Red with Black leather interior and factory hardtop. It wears an absolutely beautiful older restoration and has won many awards. Chassis No. 84835 is a very late 1958 Speedster and the Super Speedster is one of the most desirable and collectible Speedsters to own. Throughout it's life it was always owned and pampered by a Porsche enthusiast. According to the Certificate of Authenticity, Chassis #84835 is a factory born Super Speedster with Engine #81950. However, the engine which is in the car (#82297) is a correct Super engine but not matching numbers. In the last 30 years we have only found two Super Speedsters. The opportunity to own such a a rare Super Speedster should not be missed. Chassis No. 84835 Price: $325,000
Year of construction 1959 color silber leather schwarz fresh engine rebuilt to 95 bhp restored 10 years ago great overall condition ready to join price 108.500,- EUR
A well documented and great Porsche 356 B S90 Cabriolet 1961, beautifully restored on a very well kept original car with matching nrs. and lots of service history and books. Rare original Super 90 version. Elfenbein white with brown leather interior with matching brown mohair cabriolet top.
RAC INSPECTED. Top Brand Cars are delighted to offer this stunning very high spec 911 PDK, Meteor Grey, Full Ocean blue leather. This beautiful example comes with a FULL PORSCHE SERVICE HISTORY AND PORSCHE WARRANTY that runs till 2018, Porsche 111 point health check carried out just 1000 miles ago, Just some of the extras include PDK gearbox, Sports exhaust, Chrono plus, Porsche communication with extended navigation, Telephone module with Bluetooth, Audio interface with IPod USB and Auxiliary input, Bose surround sound, Heated aluminum multi function steering wheel, Heated seats, Leather interior pack with Porsche crest embossed seat, Turbo alloys, Leather pack, Litronic headlights, Voice control. The list is endless so for full spec feel free to contact our sales team. Viewing by appointment only, Finance and leasing available, Part exchange welcome, Debit and credit cards taken
STUNNING IMMACULATE PORSCHE 996 TURBO MANUAL, RAPIDLY INCREASING IN VALUE, RARE IN MANUAL, THIS CAR HAS LOW OWNERSHIP AND COMPREHENSIVE HISTORY, DRIVES LIKE NEW AND UNREAL PERFORMANCE.
Porsche 356 SC 1965. This 356SC is in excellent condition and was one of the last 40 Porsche 356 produced. With a full engine and gearbox rebuild, this Porsche features a substantial receipt file. Brooklands “Sales by Brokerage” service: This vehicle cannot be sold by Brooklands Classic Cars Pty Ltd until purchased in full by Brooklands Classic Cars Pty Ltd from the vehicle’s owner. Otherwise, the sale would be considered consignment selling and Brooklands Classic Cars Pty Ltd would be in contravention of the Motor Car Traders Act 1986.
£54,950.00 Introduced in 1950, following Ferdinand Porsche’s exile in France post , and based on his pre war designs for a streamlined sports car and the VW people’s car, work continued on the development of a new sports car under his son Ferry and in 1950 the enterprise moved to Stuttgart , where full time production began. The Porsche 356 evolved through four variations and was manufactured until the 911 was introduced to replace it in the mid 1960’s. During this period 73303 356’s were produced. Of which 16668 Model C’s were produced in from 1963 for the last two years of production. The 356 C we have for sale has been recently imported from the US, it has a recorded mileage of 34469 miles ,an all matching numbers example verified by the Porsche Heritage certificate. It has a thorough check through in our workshop . It is in very good mechanical condition with a solid body and very good original interior. In very good condition in Primrose yellow, on inspection there are no signs of any older structural damage or major repairs. Original Black interior, with original instrumentation and radio. The engine and mechanicals of the car have been checked, the carbs have been serviced a
Year of construction 1958 color Schwarz leather dunkelrot delivered new to Germany great overall condition rare worksoptions price 310.000,- EUR
San Diego, CA 92081 1957 PORSCHE 356 A Speedster VIN:84142 Built on November 22, 1957 and delivered to famed Porsche importer, Max Hoffman of New York City in Ruby Red Metallic with sealed beam headlights and “tacho in miles” as it’s only options 84142 was originally sold to a California resident. Early history is unknown until it made its way to Australia via a Mr. B. Jones in the early 1990’s. In 2002 Sydney resident and noted Porsche enthusiast Mr. P. Kazacos purchased 84242 and entrusted 911 Cars and Morton Automotive with a complete restoration. When the paint was removed a practically rust free, almost dent free body was revealed. All original body panel stamps remain intact. Restoration completed in 2004 with 84142 painted in it’s current silver with red interior. In 2005 the car won the Gold Class award at the National Porsche Concours in Melbourne. Mr. S. Alexander purchased the speedster in 2009 and entered it in a couple of touring rallies in Australia and kept it serviced by Porsche 356 Specialist, Rob Fores. During Mr. Kazacos custody the original matching numbers engine and transmission were removed and replaced with a slightly modified 912 engine and gearbox. Solex c
There's something just so right about a properly restored Pre-A Cabriolet, with a purity of line and an abundance of period detailing missing from later 356s. From the skinny rims tucked under the deeply contoured guards, to the delightful interior fittings like the painted dash, large diameter VDM steering wheel and chrome-ringed instruments, these early 356s are redolent of the early 50's era. Reutter's steel coachwork was beautifully finished, with a hand-made precision lacking from later cars. Both Coupé and Cabriolet entered production in 1950, with Reutters and Gläser responsible for the earliest cars. Until 1953, the Reutter Cabriolets had a wooden frame with glass rear window but this changed to steel frames with a plastic window along with a one-piece windscreen. Early models used the beehive type tail lights, while minor changes that identify a 1954 model are the short bonnet handle and the addition of horn grilles. An early 1954 build, this car was completed on February, 22 and delivered through Max Hoffman in New York. Hoffman, who became Porsche's sole distributor for North America the previous year, apparently specified this particular car with no sun visors or door p
In September of 1959, Porsche released the new Type 356 B that delivered a revised T5 body and offered a significant number of technical and styling refinements over the outgoing Type 356 A. The 356 B, produced from 1960 through 1963, represents the mid-point for Porsche's design progression. The B added safety features demanded by the growing U.S market including all new sheet metal with raised front and rear bumpers and revised over-riders. The headlamps were raised, a larger hood handle added, and front vent windows appeared in the doors. Mechanically, the transmission and drum brakes were upgraded as well. A new deep-dish steering wheel and column refreshed and refined the interior, along with deeper rear seats. Available here is an early Australian delivered Porsche 356 B, sold new by Hamiltons of Melbourne in January of 1960. Matching in numbers, confirmed by Porsche Cars Australia, this fine example has just been released from long term private ownership where the car formed part of an extensive classic collection. Offered in the classic combination of Silver over Blue leatherette this very original 356 B features chrome crested hub caps, Schlummerrolle rechts (head-rests),