Found this Porsche 356 Cabriolet Hard Top for Sale. Seller wants $5,995. Seller showed me a restored 356 a hardtop in white that is also for sale. I dont believe these tops will fit on roadsters only for the cabriolet models.
I went about my business today and decided to stop into 2 locations to see what was new. I was hoping to find some interesting cars. I saw a 250SE Cabriolet in silver that just went through a full restoration. Asking Price $114,000.
1960 Chevrolet Corvette Original Hard Top For Sale
1960 CORVETTE—will fit 1956 thru 1960 Corvettes—all original hard top—complete with all parts—no cracks or chips—all glass is in good condition—needs to be restored—most all of the rubber is in poor condition
This rare Chevrolet Camaro car with 28 factory options sold on December 12, 1968 to Patricia Murray from Huntington Beach, California . It was purchased at Fletcher Chevrolet in Encino, California for $4,590.24. The Chevrolet Corvette & Ford Shelby GT500 sold for the same price in ’69. The ’69 Z28 sold for less. Only the ’69 Yenko & Zl1 sold for more.
Seller states it was ordered with 28 factory options. Many of which are extremely rare. Not only is this the most highly (Factory) rare optioned ’69 Camaro ever built, it is the most highly rare optioned First Gen period. Not once has one showed up with this many rare options, all in one package.
Having all these options in a First Gen Camaro is enough to satisfy any First Gen enthusiast, but what really sets this car apart from all the rest is it’s “Special Order Paint” option: GM Paint Code 80; “Powder Blue”. This is the only
1959 Porsche Convertible D For Sale
Location: Tempe, Arizona
1 of 1331 units produced.
Body by Drauz
The official Porsche Certificate of Authenticity is included
There was a dark blue Convertible D that we reported on a few months ago for $130k. That car had some issues to deal with but was a good restoration project. This car in Tempe, Arizona is a fully restored example that is ready to enjoy. The Convertible D was only made for 1 year and this is 1 of 1331 examples produced. These were the successor to the Porsche 356 Speedster and designed to be more driver friendly. The D had a 3 1/2 ” taller windscreen, roll up windows, larger rear window, and coupe seats. This car seems to have everything done to show level. Its pretty impressive and worth looking at for a serious collector looking to acquire one.
Hawaii always provides very interesting finds. Here we have a red matching numbers 1972 Porsche 911T. It is a non sunroof car with only 65,155 miles. Not sure if those are true miles or not. It just came out of dry storage after 9 long years and now ready for a new owner. The original color was ivory white but is currently painted ruby red. The motor turns over on starter fluid but does not run as of yet. The Mechanical Fuel Injection Unit ( MFI) is still in place. Seller has more videos and pictures he can show to interested parties.
West Coast shipping will be approximately $1,400
Transport to Europe will be approximately $2400