This fully restored and well-documented 356 was with its original owner for 48 years!
The 356 was Porsche's first production vehicle, and it helped establish a reputation for fun and sporty cars that Porsche still enjoys to this day. Built from 1948 through 1965, the Porsche 356 lifespan is broken up into four different designations, and the 1960 Porsche 356B you see here is an example of the first model year for this updated model. If you're looking for a restored 356 that you can be driven and shown, Frazier Motorcar Company has the perfect car.
This 356B was purchased brand new by its original owner, and it stayed with him for 48 years before being sold to a Porsche 356 restoration expert. That owner did what he does best and gave the Porsche a new lease on life with a full restoration that brought the car back to its original glory. This Porsche looks incredible with its white paint job over the red interior, and everything from the floor pans to the headliner is brand new.
At some point in this car's life, the factory 60-horsepower 1.6-liter flat-four was replaced by a 90-horsepower version of this engine that had been pulled from a Porsche 912. With its bigger engine and fully restored condition, this 1960 Porsche 356B is ready to tear up the back roads or cruise to a local car show. In fact, this would be an excellent classic car to drive home from Frazier Motorcar Company's Nashville, Tennessee location!
Gallery: Two-Owner 1960 Porsche 356B Is Ready For A New Adventure
Frazier Motorcar Company has a wide variety of classic European sports cars in its inventory, and this restored 356B is a beautiful and exciting example. This 1960 Porsche 356B is currently listed for $79,800, so contact Frazier Motorcar Company to add this classic Porsche to your collection.