Spotted for sale in Studio City is a 1965 Porsche 356C Cabriolet for $150,000 USD. This Porsche has been under the same ownership for 42 years and is a California no rust car. The owner states this is a 106,XXX original mile car and drives well. The cardex shows the original color to be Irish Green but is now has a high quality black paint job. The body was painted by Jack Kimoto while the metal work was done by Pino with no Bondo at all. Auto International Interior redid the black interior with new German square weave carpet, new canvas, new interior headliner, and new dash pad. This car is a 356C but has an 356SC motor in it. It has new Koni shocks , a German AM/FM radio, and 5 1/2 chrome wheels. There is a new tonneau cover still in its bag. It has fog lights but they are not connected at this time. The seller states there are no accidents and has a clean title. The engine was rebuilt by Rod Tashian which the seller emphasizes was an old time craftsman that is no longer around. it looks to be well cared for and needs very little to be a fun summer California car. No mention of the original engine are its location.
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Spotted in Napa, California is a 1956 Porsche 356A Shell. The seller states that the California title is in his possession but will only give full chassis number to serious buyers (#575XX). There are no other parts other than the shell. The first 3 digits of the VIN number are visible in the picture. This rusted out wreck is beyong restoring but maybe bought by someone for the VIN number.
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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.
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.
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Spotted in San Diego is a 1958 Porsche 356A 1600 Super Speedster for $335,000 USD. Only 552 1600 Super Speedster were produced making them very rare and highly collectible today. This Speedster has been with its owner for many years and was restored by a Porsche specialist. The restoration was done right and the Porsche is in amazing condition today. This car fires right up and drives like a dream. Always garaged, well maintained and regularly exercised. “Super” was reserved for the higher-horsepower pushrod engines. Extremely well-documented example. Car will come with great service records and so on. Whoever the new owners may be; they will have nothing but a great time owning this very special speedster.
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Spotted in Greenwich Village is a 1958 Porsche 356A 1600 Super for $69,900 USD. This is a 1958 Porsche 356A 1600 Super Coupe Reutter with a straight original body. The car competed in the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix, and Lime Rock Historic Festivals. The car has gone through a restoration at 98,420 miles. The car currently shows 492 miles by the previous owner after the restoration. The engine is non matching.
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What do you make of the center of the floor pan?