The 356 was the model that brought the Porsche name to greatness and thus was the basis of what the Porsche brand stands for today. After 17 years of extremely successful production, the last car of the 356 type, an SC convertible, left the assembly line in April 1965. Porsche modernized its 356 one last time in 1963 in the form of the 356C. this was the first commercial Porsche ever to receive standard brake discs on all wheels, a welcome improvement over the old drum brakes. A true driver’s car was born!
This 1964 Porsche 356C coupe is a car that you come across once in a while, if at all, and say of: this is exactly how I want it. Completely untouched, original and extremely charming. This car is completely in the original materials from when she left the factory in 1964. But beware, appearances are deceiving, I hear you already think: that is a restoration project! On the contrary, no expense was spared to put this car in perfect technical order. Every little detail was addressed while maintaining the original looks! And whether it is successful, this 356 drives, brakes and shifts better than new. It goes without saying that the heart of this car is still the original matching numbers engine, with its stunning 75hp this beautiful coupe knows more than its man. The interior is justas charming like the rest of the car: very pure and original! Take a seat in this beautiful and unique example, we bet that after an exstensive test drive you will not want to get out!
If you want it all, this is the car to have! Being beautiful, original and rare, this very reliable beauty absolutely ticks all boxes!
This car is now available, so contact us for an appointment at Rock ‘N Roll Classics!