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1959 Porsche 356A Project Found in California

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1959 Porsche 356A

Spotted in California is a 1959 Porsche 356A for $14,000 USD. This is VIN 105155 with a salvage title. The paint code is 703 which is a great color of Meissen Blue. This is not for the faint hearted but for the die hard 356 fan wanting a all encompassing project, here it is. The floors are rusted out. Its a complete rust bucket. Perhaps this will go to Europe..? Production year 1958 Model year 1959. This vehicle was involved in a rollover accident in 1972. It is missing the engine which was originally believed to be engine number 71372.

Porsche 1973 911RS 019 MFI : Mechanical Fuel Injection Unit

Porsche 1973 911RS MFI unit 

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P.O.A A real RS pump will have an unmolested ID tag number on top. The correct number is: 0408 126 019. The number above that is the serial number. The ID tag on the governor section shows: EP / RLA 1/51 R. The pump section shows:  PED6KL 60/120 R3 X. The date stamp on the pump casting will be a 72 to 74 date. This MFI Pum was built in the 52nd week of 1972.

Porsche 356 Rudge Wheel Set Found in New York

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Porsche 356 Rudge Wheels

  Spotted in New York, is a set of Porsche 356 Rudge Wheels for $60,000 USD.  The seller states the chrome on this set of 5 wheels is in amazing original condition.  The spare shows some slight pitting.   These are First Series originals.  They are not reproductions.   Also, included in the sale are original Rudge B Drums which are not converted drums.   None of these wheels have been re-chromed.   All 5 wheels come with Michelin Tires mounted.  These wheels are getting harder to find.   Why hasn’t anyone made a reproduction yet?  The market price warrants it.   What do you think of the price?

1961 Porsche 356 Coupe Found in Los Gatos

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1961 Porsche 356 Coupe
  Spotted in Los Gatos California is a 1961 Porsche 356 Coupe for $48,000 USD.    The Seller says this is a matching numbers car but does not have the Certificate of Authenticity (COA) to verify.  He also reports no rust and is all original.  It looks to be a good driver but order a COA and verify for yourself.   The price seems reasonable if everything checks out. What do you think of this 356?