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Porsche 1960 356B Roadster T-5 LHD Red Production date 14/10/1959 Vin: 86983 This is an all matching number 1960 Porsche 356 B Roadster T-5 finished in Red over Black interior. ONLY 528 total produced worldwide. - 8,968 miles sh...
Porsche 1960 356B Roadster T-5 LHD Red Production date 14/10/1959 Vin: 86983 This is an all matching number 1960 Porsche 356 B Roadster T-5 finished in Red over Black interior. ONLY 528 total produced worldwide. - 8,968 miles showing on the odometer. - Recipient of a restoration and shows beautifully inside and out. - Featuring the NUMBERS MATCHING engine AND transmission, with both serial numbers verified via the accompanied Porsche Certificate of Authenticity. - Having been owned by the same owner since 2003. - Black soft top convertible - Matching black soft top cover - Matching black tonneau cover - Rear luggage rack - Black seats - Floor mats - Nardi woodgrain steering wheel - VDO instrumentation - Padded upper dash - Passenger grab bar - Chrome wheels - Secret Audio radio - Spare tire - Drauz tags on the driver side door jamb and right front quarter panel. - In 2012 showing 8,893 miles, the matching numbers motor was rebuilt and received a new cam, upgraded lifters, rods, new cylinders, pistons, rings, bearings, gaskets, push rod tubes, oil pump, and a balanced crank. It also received an oil cooler, new spark plugs, new engine oil/filter, new fuel filter, and a new distributor cap, new valve cover gaskets, valve adjustment, brake adjustment, and a steering box adjustment. - A new clutch/pressure plate/clutch release bearing and a resurfaced flywheel was installed in 2003. - We have receipts dating back to 1992 and totalling over $25,000. - Included with the car is its driver's manual. 1,582-cc, 75-hp horizontally opposed four-cylinder engine Four-speed manual transmission Restored from the ground-up Porsche Certificate of Authenticity Reported to run with correct drivetrain - Well maintained with over $18K in receipts The autumn of 1959 welcomed Porsches fully redesigned 356B