1958 Porsche 356A Coupe
Completed in July 16, 1958
Southern California Black plate 356 from San Diego. Great driver quality, extensive California history from 1970. Matching number 1600cc Normal 60 horsepower engine that runs strong, manual 4-speed transmission and four wheel drum brakes. Solid undercarriage. Nice paint, which is a presentable driver but not a show car, the interior was re-trimmed in black vinyl and shows nicely with German square weave carpets. Options include seal bean head lights, US over-rider bumpers external side mirror and deluxe horn ring. The engine starts right up and runs and drives as it should. A nice entry level 356A Coupe that's suitable for local touring.
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