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1960 Porsche 356

From 1959 to 1963, Porsche 356 models were considered part of the Type B line. Porsche would produce approx 30963 356Bs. The 1960 Porsche 356 was available in 3 variations: coupe, cabriolet or roadster. Compared to its Porsche 356A predecessors, the 356B models offered a larger front bumper with larger guards. Styling changes also included more upright headlights.

Looking to purchase a Classic Porsche?

When buying a 1960 Porsche 356, its important to remember a few things. Its imperative to have any potentional purchase inspected thoroughly. While a car with some rust can still be a great investment, fixing rusted areas can be costly. Its also important to ask the seller to provide as much documentation as possible. Knowing the owner history of any classic car can be a great addition. Whether you’re looking to buy a Porsche 356 as a restoration project or want a showroom quality car, the team at ER Classics can assist you. To learn more, their team invites you to browse this website at your leisure. Should you have any questions, contact them today!

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