Last call: 1963 Porsche 356B T6 Cabriolet

By now, for those who want it, there are no longer many possibilities to get your hands on a Porsche 356 at a “human” price.

When I sold my 356 T5 Cabriolet for $ 47,000 more than ten years ago, it took me six months and even had to accept a car as a partial exchange. Mine was a little better than this one but still needed to be completely restored, including the floors. On the other hand, however, the engine had been completely redone by one of the best specialists in the sector. A car like that today would be sold in a week (at most).

This instead, proposed by Unobtanium, or two brothers who have worked for a lifetime between Porsche 356 and 911, also needs work as regards the engine, we missed whether or not the car is matching numbers while the seller says, the color red should be the original one although we do not understand, if so, why the dashboard is painted in black. The seller also says that the soft top frame is in poor condition but it can be repaired. Find it for sale here in Ravena, NY, with bidding at $60,000 and reserve met.


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