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The Porsche 356A, introduced in September 1955, can be identified by its one piece curved windscreen and doors without quarter-lights. The newly flat sill panels also featured a rubbing strip for protection, and round, beehive rear lights were fitted. Other additions included 15 wheels and a shine down rear number plate light. More changes came in 1957 when rear teardrop lenses were fitted and a shine up rear number plate was added as well as exhaust pipes that now exited through the rear overriders. This model became known as the T-2 body type. The 1959 Porsche 356A Cabriolet looked very much like the 1958 model, yet boasted a new 716 transmission, which offered Porsche-design servo synchronizers. It is estimated that approximately 1,412 units of the 1959 Porsche 356A Cabriolet would be released during the 1959 production year. Also during this year, the Convertible D would be released. Also a soft-top version, it should not be confused with the Cabriolet that was essentially a convertible version of the Coupe model.
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The Cabriolet versions of the classic Porsche 356 are today some of the most sought-after of the European classics. Their iconic styling, graceful curvature and exhilarating ride make them simply irresistible to Porsche enthusiasts and collectors alike. Whether you’re searching for a fair condition model as your next restoration project or would like to find a fully restored, mint condition example, The Beverly Hills Car Club can assist you in finding the classic you desire. With years of experience on their side, they have the knowledge, connections and resources to help you navigate the classic car market. From providing valuable Buyer’s Tips to connecting you with a qualified Porsche mechanic or restoration company in your area, they stand ready to be of assistance. Designed with you in mind, they welcome you to tour their online inventory to view the 1959 Porsche 356A Cabriolet models currently in their Los Angeles showroom and encourage you to contact them with any questions you may have.
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