Classic Porsche Cars
Many Porsche enthusiasts consider June 8, 1948 to be the “official” founding date of Porsche, as we know it today, with the launch of the two-seat Porsche 356. With a 1.1-liter center engine, 40 HP and weighing 650kg, approximately the first 50 examples of this 356/2 were hand built in Austria. If at all found today, these early specimens are almost priceless. Distinguished by its elegant and innovative body, the Porsche 356 was first produced in a convertible and then a hardtop. Variations including the 356A Speedster, 356B, 356C, and 356SC would follow and would become one of the most classic Porsche icons in history. If you are looking to sell classic Porsche 356 models, the team at AlexManos.com can assist you in putting a value on this true collectors item. In April 1965, the last Porsche 356 would leave the assembly line after 17 years of production and more than 81,000 units – 1,194 were the popular Carrera versions.
Selling Your Classic Porsche
1959 saw the beginning of the development of a new Porsche, one that would become synonymous with the Porsche brand for decades – the Porsche 911. The 911 became instantly recognizable with its attractive sloping bonnet reminiscent of the 356, ‘frog eye’ headlights, curves running from the top edge of the windscreen to the rear bumper, and a straight waistline. Models including the 911T, 911E, 911S, 911L and 912 would follow beginning in 1963. Offered as a Coupe or Targa, the 911 cars continue to be one of the most sought-after and desired Porsche models. If you own any of these Porsche models and are looking to sell classic Porsche cars from your private collection, the team at AlexManos.com would be happy to speak with you. Their team of car enthusiasts and European and American classic auto specialists would be happy to help you sell vintage Porsche and classic models.
Porsche has a long history of producing some of the most exceptional and beautiful sports cars for decades. There is a huge market of collectors and enthusiasts out there looking for your car! When you’re ready to explore your options and to sell classic Porsche cars pre-1989, connect with AlexManos.com today! They look forward to hearing from you soon.