Spotted in Pleasanton, California is a 1959 Porsche 356 Convertible D for $99,995 USD. The seller has an Ultra -rare 1959 Porsche Convertible D Super “barn find” stored since 1972: all original: All numbers-match; excellent factory gaps; all original parts, never disassembled; 110,199 original miles. No signs of any accidents ever, original bumpers and trim untouched. The original paint has flaked off from age but does not appear to have ever been repainted. Some areas of significant rust, but the original longitudinal appear solid. Doors shut perfectly. All the necessary metal panels are available and in stock at Trevor Hammerworks. Original numbers-matching engine does not turn over, car has not been started since 1972. All numbers have been verified by Porsche, COA is on order. Original color is Ruby Red. Excellent candidate for top-end restoration.How much do you think it will take to restore this Convertible D?
Spotted is a 1959 Porsche Convertible D for sale for $95,000 USD. The seller states the car has been partially restored. The pans , longitudinals, and body work have been completed. He has the canopy and the correct seats for the car. It also comes with an extra set of aluminum rims. Unfortunately it is a non matching numbers car. It comes with a Porsche 912 engine and the original engine location is unknown.
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Spotted in Los Angeles, California is a 1959 Porsche 356 Convertible Dfor $108,500 USD. This highly desirable project is in bare metal and needs a ton of attention. There is rust everywhere and need attention. These cars are so rare and worth saving. You dont find too many of these project Convertible Ds anymore so if you are looking for one this maybe your best option. The seller states this is a matching numbers car and can be confirmed with the certificate of authentic.
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Spotted in New York is a 1959 Porsche 356 Convertible D for $167,500 USD. There are only 1,331 examples built by Drauz between August 1958 and September 1959. This is a California car and owned since the early 1960’s. It is being offered for the first time in 50 years! It is silver with black interior. These cars dont come up for sale very often.
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