THE FIRST PORSCHE SERIAL MODEL

The first Porsche series model.

“In the beginning, I looked around and could not find the car I’d been dreaming of: a small, lightweight sports car that uses energy efficiently. So I decided to build it myself”, says Ferry Porsche. The result? The Porsche 356. Presented in the year 1948.

The body was designed by Erwin Komeda, who was also responsible for the body of the VW Beetle. At a first glance, our model from the year 1964 hardly differs from its predecessor (356 B). The cautious successive developments over time mainly affected the areas below the hood: For example the 356 C featured disc brakes on all four wheels, which resulted in modified rims with flatter hub caps. Shipped to the United States in 1964, the car is one of the last to be produced before the 911-series appeared.

Our vehicle’s bodywork is in slate grey; its seats are in red leather – all in perfect condition – ready for long rides in summer.

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