Selling a 1960 Porsche 356B
Marking the third generation of the Porsche 356 series, the 1960 Porsche 356B would boast a number of appearance changes. Several of these changes can help distinguish a 356B from the 356A that it followed. Among those changes include the bumpers being raised approximately four inches in the front and rear, with a new shape and large, vertical bumper guards. During the release of the 356B, headlights were also raised, which made the fender line almost horizontal from the cowl to the headlight rim. Often called the two-grille 356, you’ll also notice that the 356B had a horn grille above the bumper and a brake-cooling grille below. Mechanically speaking, the 356B’s brake drums now offered radial fins instead of circumferential fins, and the transmission was changed to a Type 741. Another very small detail that is often overlooked was a change in the transmission mount. The first 3,000 models of the 356B would roll off the production line with a single mount, however they soon realized that this was not enough support and reverted back to a two-mount system. When selling your 1960 Porsche 356B – whether Coupe, Cabriolet or Roadster – these facts are great to share with potential buyers to help them understand the significance of your particular model.
1960 Porsche 356B Seller’s Guide
The 1960 Porsche 356B was offered as a Coupe, a Cabriolet, and as a Roadster. The Cabriolet and Roadster versions are perhaps the most sought-after today, however the Coupes are the most readily available. Selling your classic Porsche can be a full-time job. There are classified postings to write and manage, calls and emails to answer, pictures to take and send, inspections to coordinate, and worries such as money clearing the bank and shipping. Take the worry and hassle out of selling your classic Porsche 356 by connecting with Alex Manos and his California classic car dealership. Always in the market to buy classics of all makes, models, and conditions, their team is renowned for their fair and honest car deals. Connect with their team today to discuss your particular model; should it fit into their collection, the team will offer you top dollar in cash. They will also pick up from any location in the United States, including Alaska.
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