1964 Porsche 356 C
With a history rich in racing at some of the finest tracks in the world, Porsche is a company that has never turned away from competition. Whether battling the likes of the great Ferraris, going head-to-head with the British Jaguars, or running against Mercedes Benz, Porsche has always kept pace with the best. When Porsche introduced the 356 in 1948, it set a new standard for Porsche. As the company’s first production based automobile, it was a lightweight car that offered superior handling and spirited performance. Most interesting is that the 356 was refined during its production years and when the last one rolled off the assembly line in 1965 it was a car that had proven itself all over the world. In the present day, the Porsche 356 remains a very popular collector sports car.
Offered here to the discriminating collector is this excellent example of the 1964 Porsche 356 C. This fine automobile is nicely restored with the exception of its interior, which was factory perfect and required no refurbishment. This Porsche was restored from a high-quality numbers matching car and is an excellent example of the 356 heritage. This Porsche 356 C is also a perfect running car that offers the reliability that comes from Porsche’s fine engineering. An attractive color combination of white over black makes the presentation of this car a superb attention getter on any show field. Overall, this is a Porsche that carries the appeal of the 356 C in grand fashion.
The Porsche name is still a driving force in the world of fine performance cars. As the last incarnation of the 356, the 356 C is a car that is highly refined and offers dependability while displaying the performance heritage of Porsche’s fine automobiles. This car offers great reliability and nimble handling on any road.