Of this era, the 1600 C and SC Cabriolets were amongst Porsche’s most exclusive road cars; offering comfort, performance and smooth road handling.
According to its Certificate of Authenticity, this example was invoiced on 17 November 1964, with its build completed in 1965. It was finished in Signal Red over black leather, with a black German canvas folding top. The Reutter-built Cabriolet was ordered with desirable options, including Koni shock absorbers and chromed wheel caps. The factory Kardex notes delivery of this cabriolet through Brumos Porsche in Jacksonville, Florida.
Recently serviced and lovingly maintained, invoices accompany this stunningly presented, matching-numbers 356 C Cabriolet. It is powered by a 1600cc air-cooled four-cylinder engine capable of producing 95 horsepower. This example also features a four-speed synchromesh manual gearbox and four-wheel disc brakes, as well as a Blaupunkt AM/FM radio and a clock, among other factory equipment. This 356C is a fine example of one of the most highly regarded of the 356-model range, benefitting from several years of evolution, perfecting the model throughout its lifetime.
Offered at $180,000