Chassis # 119111082 Engine # 6196958 Fresh Total Restoration by Knut Holzer of BMC Finished in Desirable Original Colors Matching-Numbers Example & Highly Optioned As-Found Photos, Tools, COA, and Spare Included Details By 1965 Porsche had a lot going for itself. The 356 was a huge hit having produced more than 76,000 examples worldwide in a variety of variants between coupes, cabs, and roadsters with a variety of engines and options. Their motorsports success was ever increasing and on par with those of other major manufacturers. This was also the year of the launch of the 911/912 models that Butzi Porsche had penned only a few years earlier. Things were moving along nicely. When the 911 was launched in 1964 it was an immediate success between the refined design, bigger engine, and its possibilities on motor racing circuits. The 911 successfully replaced the 356 in all facets except for one, it didn’t offer open top motoring for those Porsche customers who loved the cabriolets and roadsters, of which during their 17 years of the 356 production there was always a roadster or cabriolet to match the coupe. Originating from the famous road race in Siciliy, the “Targa Florio” (of which
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