The first generation of Porsche automobiles to wear the Stuttgart crest, the classic Porsche 356 was first unveiled in 1948 with a few hand-built, aluminum-bodied examples based heavily on the Volkswagen. Officially launched to the public in 1950 after the company officially moved from its temporary Austrian facilities to Porsche headquarters in Stuttgart, the Porsche 356 would see more than 76,000 units roll off the production floor during its 15-year lifespan. It is estimated that approximately half of those produced remain in existence today. The basic design of the classic Porsche 356 remained the same throughout its life and featured evolutionary, functional improvements rather than yearly superficial changes like most of the cars we find on the road today. If youve always dreamed of owning a 1952 Porsche 356 Pre-A Coupe, youve come to the right place to search available cars, learn more about the brand, and to explore valuable Buyers Tips that will help you navigate the classic car market with ease.
When buying a 1952 Porsche 356 Pre-A Coupe, an inspection is paramount; if something is wrong, you have the opportunity to get the seller to take care of the problem or adjust the price accordingly. Even if youre 3,000-miles away from your prospective purchase, you can hire a competent mechanic that specializes in classic Porsches to do it. It is money well spent you wont be happy if you find out your impulse buy actually needs thousands of dollars in repairs! A quality mechanic can inspect for mechanics, and can also assist you with finding any areas of rust and in authenticating the originality of the car. As a California classic car dealership that has helped countless clients buy and sell across the United States, the team at The Beverly Hills Car Club can recommend quality mechanics across the country to help you with this very important step. It should be mentioned that while the Cabriolet models are often some of the most sought-after, Coupe models generally are in better condition because they were not subjected to the open-air and the elements quite the same way the convertible models were.
To learn more about the 1952 Porsche 356 Pre-A Coupe or to view the models currently available in The Beverly Hills Car Club inventory, their team encourages you to browse this website at your leisure. Should you have any questions or would like to discuss your specific desires in a Porsche 356, they welcome you to contact them today. They are just a phone call away and look forward to hearing from you soon!
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