In Chicago there is this 1962 Porsche 356B thats been given a full restoration and is a matching numbers car. According to the Certificate of Authenticy (COA), No. 210332 came from the factory as a black car (color 6213) and red leatherette interior. It was originally ordered with the optional chrome wheels. It is not a fresh restoration but restored some time ago and looks to be in great shape. The car was restored back to its original color combination. All body panels match and the engine matches the number on the COA. This looks to be a good candidate to buy for the price. It has original floors and the undercarriage is rust free.
2,826 1962 porsche 356B T-5 Coupes Produced
1957 Porsche 356A For Sale
Location: Los Angeles, California
As a previous owner of a 1957 Porsche 356A, I have stop thinking about getting another one. Hopefully this time a speedster. They are incredibly satisfying cars to drive. This 356A T1 coupe came from the factory as Graphite Metallic (color 5603) with red leather interior. It is currently Ruby Red and looks stunning. Its been extensively restored with documentation and records of the process. It includes the Certificate of Authenticity (COA).
The 356A was built between 1955 -1959. There were a total of 21,045 examples built. It is believed that less than half have survived. Its true, many are being given full restorations now which is fantastic but imagine how rare it is to find an original paint , original interior , original engine car. Those cars are amazing to see and once in a while there is one that pops up. I enjoy looking at all original cars for hours on end. All 356A cars have a special meaning to me and will always try to have one in my garage.
Purchased from original owner with 5,603 Miles on it
This Porsche was found in northern California. It is a 1969 Porsche 911T sunroof car thats believed to be all original. Seller states he purchased from the original owner with only 5,603 original miles. I will admit I am a bit skeptical. It has all original glass and has a rare option which is a the rear window defrost. It has original Fuchs wheels and an unused Spare. Seller states the batteries are the original autobahn batteries dated 1968-1969. It has original tires and original paint Burgundy on Tan. There is rust found on this car. It will need new floors at some point. It also has a clean title. This car should be looked at in person and inspected.
In 1969 Porsche lengthened the 911 from 87 inches to 89.3 inches to lengthen the wheelbase. They wanted to improve the car’s handling at the limit. This car is a 911T but the 911S and the middle model 911E received Mechanical Fuel Injection (MFI).
Chassis No. 89204
Engine No. 606137
Odometer 227 Miles
Factory optional extras include rare: Ash trey Cigar lighter Reclining seats
• Recently fully restored car and rebuilt 1600cc engine to original specification
• Four-speed matching manual transmission
• Matching numbers example
• Low term current ownership
• Recent service
• Rare Belgian-bodied Roadster by D’Ieteren
This exceptional numbers-matching, D’Ieteren Roadster is offered with a Certificate of Authenticity, jack, partial tool kit, and spare.
This 1963 Porsche 356B project is available in Sarasota, Florida. The seller attempted to remove the front clip which explains the cut in the driver side fender. It does not have a matching numbers engine. Not sure if its worth undertaking but we wanted to bring this to your attention just in case you are interested in tackling this project.
Porsche RSR Fuchs Wheels 15 x 9 and 15 x 11
Price: $10,000 USD
I have a set of genuine 9×15 and 11×15 rsr fuchs that i’m never going to use, 72/73 dates, restored by harvey weidman and never used since. $10,000 or will split up. 11×15 for $5000 obo and 9×15 for $5000 obo