This tastefully modified 1955 356 speedster comes fitted with a custom Super 90 motor and the original unrestored motor. Finished in deep black paint contrasted by a red leather interior with black piping. Comes with dated coded chrome wheels, Nardi wood wheel, and rare Hazet tool kit.
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Perfect recreation of an extremely rare 356 SC GT that was recently restored to high standards. Starts right up with no hesitations this car makes for an excellent no headaches driver. This GT clone shares many of the same details of the original car such as Plexiglass windows, GT seats, roll bar and aluminum panels (hand formed in Connecticut).
Here's a fun way to enjoy the look of a Porsche Speedster at a fraction of the cost. This replica was built to high standards which is reflected in it's fit and finish. Deep black paint with black top and black vinyl interior accented with a three spoke wood steering wheel.
This historically significant, 1954 Porsche 356 Speedster, chassis number 80013, is the 9th production Speedster built. One of the first 10 speedsters delivered to Max Hoffman. This amazingly early Speedster was hand built by the Porsche factory from a Cabriolet body and is so very unique from all other later Speedsters. This car is the finest 1954 356 on the market today, absolutely museum quality.
This is an older restoration done by Automotive Restorations of CT which has serviced the car the last 15 years. The car is equipment with metallic paint, Talbot mirrors, tinted glass, leatherette seating, factory original Blaupunkt radio, all books, the original owners manual, tool kit, spare tire and jack. All the car's mechanics are up to date and runs/drives excellent!
Extremely rare 1956 356 Speedster finished in stunning Aqua Marine Metallic, (these pictures don't do this color justice) over tan leather. Correct tan vinyl dash with matching tan leather seats and oatmeal carpets. Restored twice, the most recent restoration was performed by RUF in Germany. All matching numbers and color correct confirmed by the Kardex report.
This un-restored 356 A Coupe (serial number 56836) comes with an amazing history! Finished in silver metallic with a red leather interior, delivered new in 1956 to Ward and Wallace Porsche in Maine. Includes letters of correspondence from Dr Porsche himself with the original owner.Car has correct original jack and tool kit and date coded wheels, perfect gaps and drives and handles great. This is a blue chip investment.
Representing the definition of an Outlaw 356- this Rod Emory creation is set up for the track and legal street use. Finished in Signal red with Yellow race strips and complete race car inspired interior. Comes with a binder full of receipts/service records and logbook documenting it's track use.