In 1951, the 356 took a class win at LeMans and thanks to the efforts of U.S. Importer Max Hoffman, the Porsche brand had won over motoring enthusiasts from both sides of the Atlantic Ocean. The 356SC or “Super Carrera” was first introduced alongside the 356C in 1963. The third generation 356 is often considered the fully evolved 356 by enthusiasts with upgraded handling and the addition of 4-wheel disc brakes which ensured adequate stopping power. Engine choices remained the same as the B generation, except with the addition of the SC model which offered a more powerful pushrod 4-cylinder Porsche engine with an incredible 95 horsepower. The 356SC was produced in limited numbers as only the most discerning drivers paid for the engine upgrade. 356 production would come to an end in 1965 to make more room for the 900 series line that was introduced during the prior year, but the legacy of the 356 and the 356SC in particular lives on in the hearts of motoring enthusiasts and collectors worldwide.
The 1964 Porsche 356SC Coupe by Karmann featured here is finished in the stunning color combination of black over complimenting red leather interior. This highly sought after 356SC Karmann Coupe was completed at the factory in November 1963 and was subsequently sold new through the legendary dealer Brumos Porsche in Jacksonville, Florida. The accompanying Kardex copy documents the first owner as a Doctor residing in Ft. Meyers as well as confirming that the numbers matching SC specification engine and 4-speed transaxle are still in place. An incredibly well sorted example, this 356SC performs as well as it presents and is certain to bring many years of enjoyment to its future caretaker. We are proud to offer this stunning 1964 Porsche 356SC Coupe by Karmann, from the penultimate year of 356 production, the most particular collector, investor or enthusiast who appreciates the legacy of the Porsche 356 and the performance of the “Super Carrera” specification models.