The positive side of cars like this is that, obviously, from the point of view of the body there can be no surprises as there is nothing to hide.
In fact, as we believe it is clear to everyone, this 356 Speedster (which belongs to the so-called “pre-A” series) has undergone a partial restoration that has stalled – and we do not know when – thus leaving the body with the exposed bare metal but, on the other hand, it seems that the car is quite complete.
Of course, along with the body, there is the matching numbers engine, the transmission, the seats, the steering wheel and the clocks, the wheels are “mixed” as two are the 16 inches correct ones while the other two are 15″ and belong to the next series: they improve drivability but make the look worse. There is also – and that’s very important – the soft top frame and the soft top that could be the original one: for information, this car was born white with a black interior. Find it for sale at $ 249,500 here in Los Angeles, CA.