1965 Porsche 356


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1964 Porsche 356SC

Designer: Erwin Komenda

Estimate: $95,000 to $105,000
Chassis Number: 215401
Decoded: 2=356C, 15401=Serial Number.
Engine: 1.6L, 95 bhp Pushrod Flat-Four Engine
Four-Speed Manual Transmission
Four-Wheel Disk Brakes
• Beautiful 356SC Restored to Exacting Conditions
• Incredible Red Leather Interior
• Largest Engine Available in 1964

The Model – Ferry Porsche conceived the 356 with the idea that a lightweight car with enough power would deliver superior performance and driving experience. A class win at LeMans and a reputation for performance and quality ensured that the 356 was a success. The 356 underwent evolutionary changes to improve usability, power and handling that culminated in the outstanding 356C that offered four-wheel disk brakes and the 75 bhp engine as standard equipment. Selecting the optional SC upgrade delivered the race-tuned 95 bhp flat four. The added power paired with brilliant handling and stopping power offered a brilliant and uniquely Porsche driving experience. Today the 356SC is still recognized as the pinnacle of 356 development, elevating the SC to must-have status among aficionados.

The Car – This car is the brilliant result of a meticulous complete nut and bolt restoration. Carefully stored and maintained since completion, this 356SC is in absolute top condition. This car contains optional seat belts, antenna, floor mats and fog lights. The incredible blue paintwork and fresh red leather interior present beautifully. The chrome, glass, and lighting are equally resplendent. This car runs and drives as well as it looks, making this 356SC perfect for vintage touring or just taking in the local Saturday morning scene. This is a rare and outstanding opportunity to collect one of the finest 356SCs available.