A dyno print out shows that is currently producing just over 100hp. The gearbox has also been completely rebuilt in 2016 by Porsche specialists Autostrasse, as have the carburettors. The suspension has been upgraded to adjustable LEDA on the front and Bilstein on the rear. The car has been converted to 12 volt for more reliable starting and lighting during competition use. Being the last of the 356, this model also benefits from disc brakes all round, pulling the car up nice and straight. The only real changes away from the original car are the bolt in Roll Centre rear roll bar, addition of the timing equipment and a classic Momo Steering Wheel and sports exhaust. The original items including the original steering wheel are all available with the car. The car seen paint some time ago, but otherwise remains largely original and unmolested on the body, with original panels in place and only some small repairs carried out to the bottom of the doors which was all documented. The car is completely solid with no sign of any corrosion anywhere. It starts on the button, drives particularly well and definitely has a certain charm about its original, yet purposeful appearance. The certificate of authenticity is present, confirming the matching engine. Along with a large folder of invoices, the original drivers manual, FIVA identity card, past MOT’s and invoices from Roger Bray, PR Services, Autostrasse, Francis Tuthill and Karmann Konnection. The car was also featured in an article in Porsche Post magazine, detailing the previous owners experience with the car on the Monte Carlo Challenge, copy included. Overall a thoroughly enjoyable 356, ready to be enjoyed, which offers huge value in todays market.