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The Porsche 356C would be the last variation in the long-lived 356 line; it would debut in 1964 and would retire in 1965. Only minor visual changes were made from the previous 356B known as the T-6 body style, but new disc brakes, wheels and hubcaps would bring much improved stopping capability. As with many of the prior production years, the 1964 Porsche 356C Coupe, characterized by its fixed steel top, would see far more production than the soft-top Cabriolet models. In fact, more than 12,000 Coupe models were produced during this year, while only 1,744 Cabriolet models would roll off the production floor during the same time. Today, the Cabriolet models are highly sought-after simply because of their rarity and the Coupe models continue to be easier to find in the marketplace. Whether you’re looking for a 1964 Porsche 356C Coupe or Cabriolet model, the team at The Beverly Hills Car Club, a renowned California classic car dealership, would be delighted to assist you in learning more about the classic and its current availability in the market.
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Many enthusiasts and collectors enjoy the 356C, as it encompassed all the changes and upgrades that would happen over the line’s 15-year production life. In addition, many enjoy the 1964 Porsche 356C Coupe because the Coupe was less exposed to the elements during its life when compared to similar Cabriolet models. This can be a great benefit when searching for a pristine model or one that has a quality, original interior. Whether you fancy the Coupe or the Cabriolet, they both have the iconic styling and classic curvature that these beautiful sports cars have become known for throughout the years. However, one of the most important Buyer’s Tips for these cars is to ensure you are indeed looking at an original. To do this, be sure to check chassis and engine numbers against Porsche records. There are thousands of kit cars and 356 replicas out there that, if purchased, can be a very costly mistake.
The Beverly Hills Car Club team encourages you to browse their website to learn more about the 1964 Porsche 356C Coupe and to explore their online inventory of available classics. Should you see a car that interests you, please do not hesitate to contact them today. Don’t see the car you desire? Connect with their team today to begin discussions. Their team will be delighted to help you find the classic Porsche 356C Coupe you’ve been looking for. Connect now.
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