The 356 SC was the final iteration of the 356 introduced for the 1964 model year and featured disc brakes all around. It was the top of the 356 standard product range in its era, the only thing that would top an “SC” would be to have a 4-Cam Carrera. This 356 SC was produced on May 14, 1964 and is a numbers matching example with the following factory options: Electric sunroof, Headrests, Tinted glass all around, Two pairs of safety belts and Dunlop tires.
According to the 356 registry, the 356 was initially purchased by a United States military service member who was on tour in Germany. It was shipped back to the States in 1965 and sold to Mr. John Sadler of Texas. Mr. Sadler enjoyed exceptional long-term ownership keeping the 356 highly original and in excellent condition throughout. The 356 was sold in 2009 in Maryland to PCA member Jan Borchardt. Upon purchase, Borchardt commissioned a concours quality rotisserie restoration by marque specialists. Any and all areas of concern were addressed with a total cost over $100,000. Currently fitted with a Porsche wood steering wheel; the original wheel is included as well.
In Porsche collector ownership, this 356 SC was always serviced and maintained regardless of use. It has received a recent full major service including new tires, timing adjustment, carb tuning, fluids and a new starter. This 356 represents a rare opportunity to purchase a numbers matching, freshly restored and rare Sunroof Coupe in exceptional condition throughout. It is perfect for concours events, touring and rally alike. It is complete with all books, tools, records, original steering wheel, factory Kardex and Porsche Certificate of Authenticity.