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1964 Porsche 356SC GT Coupe - Silver & Rare 1 of 6 made For Sale
|1964 Porsche 356SC GT Coupe|
Miles - 108k usa miles...the dry miles...
The 1964 SC GT is an evolution of the lightweight S90 GT coupes and the 356B Carrera GT coupes that were produced in the preceding few years.
- The purpose of the GT options was strictly to provide a lightweight 356 with the pushrod engine that could be run in competition.
- This particular car never entered any professional race venue and therefore retains its originality from new.
- It was never restored only well maintained and repainted its original color (6206) This 356 was originally delivered to Wester Motors in Monterey, California and sold to Jim Miehle of Los Altos, CA being its original owner.
- It was delivered new with silver paint, black vinyl interior and charcoal carpeting. This 356 SC GT version differs from a stock 356 SC in that it has a roll bar, aluminum decks & doors, Plexiglas side and rear windows, the door vent windows are fixed, the frame for the door windows is light alloy, the windows are raised and lowered by straps, Carrera wood steering wheel, the transmission has close ratio gears and a limited slip differential and it has GT speedster bucket seats.
- The car is also equipped with wider 904 steel/alloy wheels, Blaupunkt Frankfurt radio with two speakers an antenna and fog lamps.
- Well-known Porsche expert Bruce Andersen purchased this SC-GT in August of 1965.
- Bruce Anderson and Jim Perrin did a study in 1967 to try to determine how many of these rare cars were actually produced and it was determined only five or six were ever produced with GT options as the car presented here.
- Cars with GT options weighed 200 pounds less than the standard production SC Coupes! The car was shown in the 1969 Porsche Parade Concours by Bruce Anderson.
- In 1970 the car won first in class at Hillsborough, Pebble Beach 3rd in class, Palo Alto first in class and well as having numerous other first in class wins.
- In 1972, The 356 SC-GT has been featured in the October 2006 Excellence Porsche magazine.
- Today 356 remains in exceptional condition throughout, with its original engine and gearbox and would be a welcomed addition to any collection throughout the world, 1 of 6 total manufactured, it is rare indeed.
This car can be exported...at your cost...
- Serious collectors please...more pics coming and on request...
$350,000. or Best Offer - USD American dollars...oBo...