Porsche 356 C
- 356SC ENGINE
- Classic-Data report
On 14.08. In 1964, the first owner took over this 356 C Coupé in Luxembourg, delivered by the then Gen.-importer Losch. How long the vehicle drove in Luxembourg, we can not see on the basis of the present history and documentation, because said documented history starts in 1992 and occupied to this day the extensive work on the vehicle, which was apparently reimported in 1992 from the United States, after It probably sometime between 1964 and 1992 found its way to the United States. From 1992, his story begins again, after being completely disassembled over three years from 1992 to 1995 and restored from Rohcarosse. The work was monitored and documented by a car expert, who finally completed a comprehensive valuation report and numerous photos before, during and after the restoration. The rebuild was carried out expertly flawlessly on the highest level and corresponded to a new car, condition note 1 worth mentioning. Above all, its motorization, which is no longer "matching", that is number-same to the vehicle. In the course of the restoration, the Porsche also experienced a heart transplantation in the form of a SC engine with 95 hp, which also comes from the 64-series, but from the then strongest 356 SC (like SuperCarrera).
Since then, the coupe was driven over 23 years and about 25,000 km. The latest, available Classic-Data report from 06/2016 certifies him the state grade 2 and a replacement value of 108,000 euros.
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