This roadster is one of 248 that received coachwork by D'Leteren
Freres. Powered by its matching-numbers flat 4-cylinder engine and
backed by a 4-speed manual transmission. Finished in black over a
tan interior that was reupholstered in the mid-2000s. The 1.6-liter
Type 616/12 flat-4 was rated at 75hp new, 15hp more than the
standard 356. Routine engine maintenance has been carried out.
Features include a wood rimmed steering wheel which frames a Super
tachometer with 5,000 RPM redline and 120 mph speedometer as well
as a combination gauge for oil temp and fuel level. Stamping number
700369 can be seen on the engine and matches the Porsche
Certificate of Authenticity that comes with the car. ** PREVIEW
1962 Porsche 356B
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