This car was auctioned "no reserve" a few months ago, yet here it is
again with the same photos, but a new (3 day old) ebay seller ID:
This time it is an "estate sale".
I'm sure there could be a legitimate reason for it, but no wonder people
are afraid of ebay...
'56 356A 55106
In a message dated 4/26/01 2:44:03 AM Central Daylight Time,
<< I'm sure there could be a legitimate reason for it, but no wonder people
are afraid of ebay... >>
Yes Eric, but it has:
"... the better looking cat eye tail lights, the classic banjo steering
wheel, etc. This '59 Porsche also has the accessory baby moon Chrome Wheels."
Obviously the seller has a complete and thorough knowledge of what he is
offering, Brett Johnson watch out.
The wheels are 5.5's it seems. No big deal but, perhaps, it should have been
Thank God there was no mention of Corinnnnnthian leather done by a member of
the owners family. Sorry, I had to, it was calling my name.
101010 with teardrop tail lights and standard baby moon chrome hubcaps.
i have seen this car for sale on ebay at least 4-5 times over the last 2
years...***i like the touch of riveting the ruetter badge on the wrong side
of the car and the stupid looking black steering wheel...
william ceriale '53 super sunroof '67 911 sunroof
----- Original Message -----
From: Eric Cherneff
To: 356 <356Talk@356registry.org>
Sent: Thursday, April 26, 2001 12:02 AM
Subject: ebay 356
> This car was auctioned "no reserve" a few months ago, yet here it is