The Porsche 356 was Porsche's first mass-produced automobile. On 09/1959 the 356 A was replaced by the completely revised 356 B (T5). Its performance spectrum ranged from 60 hp in the 356 B 1600 to 140 hp in the 356 B 2000 GS-GT Carrera 2. It was produced from autumn 1959 to 1961 as a coupé, cabriolet/hardtop and roadster. From 1960, Karmann in Osnabrück also produced the "hardtop" with a permanently welded roof, which differed from the "classic" Porsche coupe in that it had a stepped roof line (almost like a notchback), narrow B-pillars and a large rear window, and the convertible hardtop resembled. Production of the roadster, which was last manufactured by D'Ieteren in Brussels, was discontinued at the end of 1961 (already as the 62/T6 model). In total, only 473 BT5 Roadsters were body-built by D'Ieteren Frères.
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