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Buying a 1964 Porsche 356

1964 Porsche 356Introduced in July 1963, the Porsche 356C marked the final development in the long-lived 356 lineup. The body shape was the same at that of the T6, which had been used in the late model 356B cars, with little variation. In fact, one of the only visual ways to distinguish a 1964 Porsche 356 from a 1963 is by the hubcaps. Those used on the 356C models were smaller and flatter than the Type A and Type B cars, as they were specially designed for the new wheels that were made to cover the four-wheel disk brakes and bolt pattern, as these cars were now offered with disc brakes. The 1964 Porsche was available as a coupe and a cabriolet, with the following engine options: 1600 C and 1600 SC. The 1600 SC was the most powerful pushrod engine Porsche had ever produced; presenting drivers with 95hp. Porsche 356 production also peaked in 1964 with 14,151 cars.

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1964 Porsche 356 Buyer’s Tips

Whether you’re searching for a 1964 Porsche 356 Type C in pristine condition for your showroom or simply want a 356 restoration project to enjoy with your children, having a thorough knowledge of the classic car market, as well as trending values for the 356, can be of great assistance in your search for the right car. But, more than likely, you’re not a classic car expert and you probably have very little idea of the going rates for these 356 autos other than what you’ve learned on the Internet. For these and many reasons, The Beverly Hills Car Club – a Los Angeles classic car dealership – recommends partnering with a classic car professional throughout your transaction. Not only can their team of experts assist you with Buyer’s Tips, they can help you find, negotiate and purchase the 1963 356 of your dreams using their industry connections and resources. They invite you to tour their online inventory within this website and encourage you to contact them with any questions you may have.

Don’t see what you’re looking for? Call The Beverly Hills Car Club today to discuss your specific desires and to inquire about other 1963 Porsche 356 models that may not be advertised in online inventory. Their team looks forward to hearing from you and to seeing your dreams to fruition. Connect today!

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