1964 porsche 356c




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    About logo. The Porsche logo is a coat of arms that shows: a riding horse and a deer antler, framed by red stripes. The emblem is dedicated to the home city of the concern - Studgart. Strips and horns are symbols of the city, and the stallion is depicted in connection with the fact that originally in place of the city, in the year 950 there was a horse farm, around which a whole city was gradually built.

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    1964 porsche 356c

    1964 porsche 356c

    The Porsche B The B was released in , with cosmetic and technical alterations. These are the cars that made Porsche renowned as a creator of highly desirable sports cars that continu The Porsche , close to stock or highly modified, has enjoyed much success in rallying and car racing events. I am a dealer Post an unlimited number of vehicles. One of its distinguishing characteristics is superb handling.

    1964 porsche 356c

    1964 porsche 356c

    1964 porsche 356c

    1964 porsche 356c

    1964 porsche 356c

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    The is a sports car that was built by Porsche between and This was the first production car that the company ever made. The car is a light two-door that has an engine at the rear and back-wheel drive. One of its distinguishing characteristics is superb handling. The car was available either open or with a hardtop. The original model was manufactured in Austria and around 50 were constructed before the factory was moved to Germany.

    1964 porsche 356c

    In the years of production, 76, were made and around 50 per cent have survived. The car was a 4-cylinder and had its engine cooled by air rather than water. The first car took to the road in Austria in Initially, it shared parts with Volkswagen and the original models had bodies made of aluminium.

    When the factory was relocated to Germany in , the bodies were changed to steel. In the early years, the Porsche became synonymous with exceptional performance and construction.

    1964 porsche 356c

    It was a winner in of the iconic Le Mans 24 hour. The Carrera engine cam was brought into production from With racing honours came success in the sales market and more than 10, 's were bought in The aerodynamic build of the car was constant throughout the production and the was evolved rather than drastically altered.

    In , the split windscreen was changed in favour of a new shape that could be used in the same front opening.

    Engines that were more potent were also introduced in this early period. A brief change of name from a number to 'The Continental' brought a legal action issued by Ford.

    1964 porsche 356c

    The name was only used for one year The A made its appearance towards the end of with many slight but relatively substantial alterations to the previous model. Fans of Porsche gave this car the name 'T1'. It was altered again in , which was the best sales year in its short history. The Carrera engine was used for the first time in the A.

    The ultimate generation of the was introduced in This car had disc brakes and came with the option of the pushrod engine, which delivered 95hp. In over 14, of these cars were sold. In the same year, the new made its debut in the US market. The Porsche is still in demand as one of the most iconic cars ever produced. With Classic Trader your vehicle is as good as sold. We support you along the way. Post an unlimited number of vehicles.

    1964 Porsche 356C Cabriolet



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