One of the last of the “Hand-Mades.” This 1964 Porsche 356C
Reutter 2-door Coupe # 129977, is powered by 1755-cc air-cooled
horizontally-opposed four-cylinder engine built by Klaus Holthaus
and paired with its original four-speed manual transmission.
Original factory paint and monocoque bodywork by the late Angelo
Pino, the world-famous award-winning legend in the 356 Porsche
Four decades of meticulous mechanical care by Klaus Holthaus of North American Racing Werks in Reseda, California. 5 date-code matching chromed wheels with 5 new Michelin XZX – 165SR15 tires. Optional Carrera® Muffler Valance/skirt. Disc brakes all around. Enrico Nardi leather competition steering wheel. Original working Blaupunkt Frankfurt multi-band radio and antenna. Porsche-crested lap belts. Original Driver’s Manual. Certificate of Authenticity.
I am the 3rd Owner of this rust-free long-time California car. I purchased the coupe directly from my colleague, the 2nd Owner, R. R. (Bob) Young, in 1975. He was a screenwriter and close friend of Steve McQueen's since they worked together on “Wanted Dead or Alive.” Steve picked out this coupe for Bob in 1967 and taught him how to drive it. This coupe is started regularly but used infrequently and has been in and out of storage for several years since I moved out of state. We’re looking for a loving owner who will continue the care this clean and straight classic deserves – as this 356 C Coupe is dying to be driven. They don't make them like this anymore.
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