1964 Porsche 356C Incredible Restoration! Fantastic Paint! RARE
SUNROOF OPTIONED! Runs and Drives like a 356C Should! Best of the
Breed! Color Code 6407 Signal Red over Black Interior. Correct Type
919 1600cc Flat Four mated to a 4 Speed Manual Transmission.
Features include Rare Factory Sunroof, Blaupunkt AM Radio, Chrome
Porsche 356C Wheels wrapped in Blackwall Radial Tires and much
more!! 1964 was a great year for the 356! The Introduction of the
356C added All wheel Disc Brakes to the car! Only offered for two
model years these cars are incredibly desirable! This was the most
refined version of the car. And this one looks absolutely Stunning
in Signal Red! It starts easily, and runs Fantastic! A meticulous
and loving restoration that shows well! This car looks like it just
rolled off of the showroom floor in 1964! And it has an Incredibly
Rare Factory Sunroof! If you are looking for your first 356, or one
of the nicest to add to your collection, look no further!! This is
the one for you! So please give us a call today, and ask about
getting this Gem shipped to your door today!! We KNOW our cars
because We OWN our cars! Call today for more information! Financing
and Door to Door Delivery Available, We take trades! Call Today!
Now Accepting ALL Trades... Of Course We Prefer Corvettes and
Classics, What Do You Have?
1964 Porsche 356C
Exterior Color:Signal Red
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