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Sky blue "C" bought for $5K from a friend in Dayton. No engine, big holes in floor, broken transmission (rebuilt by Eric Wills) loads of rust around perimeter of chassis including no metal under re...
The car is nice, the engine very strong like bull.
91mm bore X 77mm stroke = 2002 cc.
All the good internals.
142 HP, 141 lb.ft. torque.
This car was built at Willhoit Auto Restoration.
A great little car, now with rudges. A lot work went into making this car right, And I hope I can put as many miles on this speedster as Mike Robbins has on his!
Bought the car in San Bernardino Calif in 1974 for $2000. I drove it daily for 2 years then locked it in the garage when the fog lights were missing one morning. I was afraid the guy would retur...
This is our first 356. It was first sold through Brumos in Jacksonville, FL in early 1958. The earliest owner I know of was Kenneth W. Weatherby who still lives in Jacksonville, but as he's rather ...
This Carrera coupe was customized by Dean Jeffries in 1957 and featured on the cover of Rod & Custom magazine as well as in articles in many other magazines from the late 1950's through the early s...
My Dad and Mike Robbins found this car on a "Buy Here Pay Here" lot on the east side of Indianapolis in 1963. The lot owner didn't know anything about it and didn't want it. Long story short, Dad...
Other Porsche Racers (1948-1965)
This car left the Porsche Factory in 1955 as a red 356 Pre-A Speedster. Serial #80356 tells us that it has the unique claim of being the 356th, 356 Speedster built. The original chassis and seria...
Speedster 80469 left the Porsche factory April 13, 1955 and was sold new to Robert Clancy of Sacramento by Oxford Motors (Sammy Weiss owner), the local Porsche dealer. Clancy used the car for five ...
Currently Ivory (6404) with a red vinyl interior. Per the COA originally Champagne (6405) with a black leatherette interior. While Bill Block's 356 Registry Vehicle Registration lists four previo...