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Porsche 356 B 1,6 Super 90 Coupé 1963

General description : The first Porsche came on the market in 1948 and was named Porsche 356. Today - the Porsche 356 is highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts worldwide based on its design reliability and sporting performance, This is a Porsche 356 B Super 90 coupe built by Reutter in June 1963, EU model sold new in Sweden, Porsche 356 Super 90 is equipped with a 1600 cc engine with 90 hp, The car has been completely refurbished by a well known Danish company and has only done a test drive after the renovation, Matching numbers car which is painted in the beautiful Slate Gray colour, Note the chrome-plated horn switch which was an original option that the car was delivered with from new, Super nice condition, Danish registration, Feel free to contact us for further info.

1963 Porsche 356 B 1,6 Super 90 Coupé is listed for sale on ClassicDigest in Bodalen by CC-Cars for €134600.


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Car type : Car Make : Porsche Model : 356 Model Version : B 1,6 Super 90 Coupé Engine size : 1.6 Model Year : 1963 Sub type : Coupé Vehicle Registration : Undefined

134600 €

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About Porsche 356
The Porsche 356 is an iconic sports car that was produced from 1948 to 1965. It is considered to be the first production car to bear the Porsche name and is known for its unique design and exceptional performance.

The 356 was initially designed by Ferdinand Porsche in the late 1940s as a lightweight and nimble sports car that could be used for racing. The first prototypes were built using Volkswagen components, as Porsche was still closely associated with the German automaker at the time. However, the final design of the 356 was a significant departure from the VW Beetle, and featured a sleek, aerodynamic body that was both beautiful and functional.

Over the years, the 356 evolved through several iterations, each of which added new features and improved performance. The early models were powered by a 1.1-liter flat-four engine that produced around 40 horsepower, while later models featured larger engines with up to 130 horsepower.

Despite its humble beginnings, the Porsche 356 quickly became a favorite among driving enthusiasts, both on the road and the racetrack. Its combination of style, performance, and handling made it a true sports car icon, and it helped to establish Porsche as one of the world's leading automakers. Today, the 356 remains a highly sought-after collector's car, with prices that can range from tens of thousands to millions of dollars, depending on the model and condition.