1958 Porsche 356A T2 Coupe - 1600 Normal
- Wow factor
- A true Survivor! 1 of the first 300 T2-bodied cars produced. Very straight body panels and many original details
- Production Year/First Registration
- September 1957/ 18th October, 1957
- Exterior color as per Kardex/CoA
- Silver Metallic (5706)
- Interior color as per Kardex/CoA
- Green Leatherette/Corduroy inserts (B/C)
- 4-cylinder 1600 cc, 60 BHP (616/1)
- Number matching
- Body: yes; Engine: no; Transmission: no
Very original 356A, one of the first 300 cars built in September/October 1957, shortly after the second revision of the 356A was set-up in the Zuffenhausen factory, known as Type 2 (or T2).
This particular car originally featured a very attractive color scheme that is now replaced by an incredible patina with all body panels in excellent, original condition! This makes it very hard to decide whether to restore the car completely and a final decision has not been made yet. However, it will need a full mechanical commissioning to be driven as is.
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This car comes with
|Engine||Correct 1600N engine|
|EU Import||Duties fully paid|
|Availability||To be agreed|
|Warranty||None, sold 'as is'|
Chassis #101xxx was completed at Stuttgart, Zuffenhausen in September or early October 1957 and supplied new as a Left Hand Drive 1958 model through Porsche dealer Petermax Müller in Hannover, Germany. It was original presented with a Silver Metallic body colour and Green Leatherette/Corduroy interior.
FIRST OWNER: Mr. G.A. B****** – Purchase Date 18/10/1957
Comment: The first owner was a Med. Det. in the US-Army, stationed in Germany at the time.
SUBSEQUENT OWNERS: Unknown
Comment: No record of subsequent owners is available. It is assumed the car spent its entire life in Nevada as it was discovered near Carson City.
The body is in very good condition. All panels are original, pretty much straight and mostly rust-free.
The interior is complete and in good condition. However, it some point in its illusturious history the upholstery has been redone in black leatherette. The carpet needs replacing.
Comes with non-matching, complete and original A-engine. To be rebuild.
The transmission appears to be in good condition.
The car has been stored for many years and would require some welding and a full technical commissioning before putting it back on the road.