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Cool silver: 1964 Porsche 356 C Cabrio

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This period seems actually good for finding many 356 cabrio which have been stored for a long time just like this one, parked in 1973 and never been used since. As often happened, this is a car (chassis #160767, engine … Continue reading

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Inside forever: 1965 Porsche 356 C Cabrio

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This Porsche 356 C Cabrio is actually a survivor: abandoned in a garage (or barn) many years ago, now it sees the light again. There are not many photos, especially under the boot and the lid but it seems that … Continue reading

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Two-stroke beauty: 1956 DKW F93 3=6 Cabrio

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3=6, in its original meaning, means that a three cylinder, two stroke engine is the equivalent of a six cylinder, four stroke engine. Actually that’s not false, especially if you hear the sound that these engines produce. This car is … Continue reading

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Jensen touch: 1952 Austin A40 Sports

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Although being named with “Sports”, this model was actually a tourer (not even fast) built by Jensen with an aluminium skin: few of these survive today. Jensen built the bodies of these little cabriolets, then send them to Austin which … Continue reading

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Outstanding gaps: 1962 Porsche 356B T6 Cabrio

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When you spot a fifty years old Porsche in the countryside you’d expect to see a rusty wreck and that’s true for most of those finds: this one however, is an exception. The seller says there is no rust whatsoever … Continue reading

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Next summer: 1958 Porsche 356 A Cabriolet

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You can’t drive this car this summer for sure but with enough effort, both mental and financial, you could enjoy this ultra-classic Porsche on the next summer. This is one of those cars (t’s not the first one we see … Continue reading

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Too open: 1966 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTC by Touring

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The original design of the GT, as many of you well know, came from the magic pencil of Giugiaro on behalf of Bertone coachworks, however not many know that the GTC was built by Touring. This car was not a … Continue reading

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Barn clearance: Fiat and Lancia projects

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Due to a diminished eyesight, the owner of this barn is forced to clear all the stuff inside among which there are a Lancia Flavia Coupé 1.5, a Beta Zagato plus a couple of Fiats: a 1200 Cabriolet and a … Continue reading

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COD 420: 1952 Porsche 356 Cabrio

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It’s very rare, at this point, to find a 356 Cabrio to restore (yep, 356: the “pre-a” nickname have never been used by Porsche), and finding a very early ’52 car it’s like to win a (little) lottery. Also because, even … Continue reading

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No shenanigans: 1965 Porsche 356 C Cabrio

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There is a very active bidding for this survivor 356 C Cabrio (chassis #161129) which actually should be a full matching number car, well preserved during the last 50 years. Full matching numbers car not because so says the Kardex … Continue reading

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