1965 Porsche 356SC 1600 Coupe
Chassis no: 130729
Enrollment historical from 2009.
Engine flat 4-cylinder petrol and 1,582 cc
2 carburetors Weber dual-choke
95 HP at 5,800 rpm
4-speed manual transmission
Suspension 4-wheel independent shock absorbers Bilstein.
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Final version and fully evolved of the 356
* Beautiful combination of colors: chocolate brown with beige interior.
* SC version powerful and sporty
* Offered with a certificate of authenticity issued by A. M. T. restorations.
THE PORSCHE 356C
The Type 356 Porsche, introduced in 1948, is recognized as one of the best sports cars in the world. During a production cycle of 15 years, the attractive and durable 356 evolved from a small coupe to fastback with aluminum body powered by a flat four cylinder air-cooled 46 hp and 46 HP 46-HP to a powerful burner of autobahn.
For when it came to the 356B in September 1959, the first sports car Porsche had obtained a windshield rounded one-piece wheels and 15 "diameter. Outwardly very similar to the 356B late, the latest model 356C came in 1963 with disc brakes on all four wheels. among the numerous detailed improvements, in particular a new steering mechanism ZF and a rear suspension more "quiet". The engines available, both 1.6-litres, were the 75bhp 'C' and 95bhp 'SC', the latter replacing the Super 90.
The car offered
This powerful 356SC Coupe came up for the first time on 31 December 1965, coated with the impressive and original combination of brown paint chocolate on inside of synthetic leather beige with cloth inserts grey. The SC of 95 horsepower first line had an elegant option and a luggage rack on the back.
Although the history of the car remains unclear, the SC has received the best restoration that can be done to porsche with the stamp A. M. T., while respecting the original. The interior has been beautifully trimmed in the saddle, with porta-luggage custom game mounted in the rear. The performance work done includes the installation of an exhaust system for performance. The level of craftsmanship is truly impressive, and the car is a tourism tested and guaranteed. This impressive 356SC Coupe is offered fully restored with original radio and represents the final iteration and completely evolved from the legendary Porsche 356.
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