Selling a 1960 Porsche 356B Cabriolet
Over the fifteen-year production run of the illustrious Porsche 356 series, four different model variations would be released: the 356, 356A, 356B, and 356C. The early Porsche 356 models are often designated “Pre-A” to avoid confusion when talking about the earliest models. The first production 356 would roll off the floor in 1950. Launched in 1960, the 356B would be a milestone in the Porsche 356 series, as there were some major changes from the previous 356A models. The most noticeable change to the 1960 Porsche 356B Cabriolet and Coupe was the front end. The hood would become flatter and a massive chrome handle would replace the polished aluminum one that was found on the Pre-A and 356A. Bumpers were also bigger and higher, and now had a pointy shape. Headlights were raised and front fenders made almost a straight line from the headlights to the windshield posts. Interestingly, this would also be the last year that the Porsche script would be found on the front of the car; it would be moved to the rear for future models. The 1960 Porsche 356B Cabriolet is highly desired, as only 1,616 models would be released during this model year.
1960 Porsche 356B Cabriolet Seller’s Guide
If you’re thinking about selling a 1960 Porsche 356B Cabriolet, you’ve come to the right place to learn more about the classic, its value in today’s market, and the Seller’s Tips you need to be successful in your sale. Alex Manos and his team of classic car professionals have years of experience in the purchase and sale of classic autos across the country and would be delighted to share that experience with you. Perhaps one of the biggest concerns that any educated potential buyer will have about your 356B Cabriolet is its authenticity, followed by rust. Authenticity is fairly easy to prove using the characteristics mentioned above and by showing the engine and chassis numbers. Rust will also be a concern, as little to no rust protection was used during this era of manufacturing. Allowing serious potential buyers to perform a third party inspection is perhaps the best way to let them understand the overall condition of your 356, however pictures are often sufficient for some buyers. These are just two of the Seller’s Tips for the 356B Cabriolet.
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Always on the lookout for classics to add to their California classic car dealership, the Alex Manos team would be delighted to learn more about your 1960 Porsche 356B Cabriolet. They are renowned for offering top dollar in cash and are happy to make arrangements to pick up your classic from any location in the United States. Contact their team today to learn more about your options. They look forward to hearing from you soon!