Selling a 1964 Porsche 356C
Typically the Porsche 356 series would release a new variation in conjunction with major aesthetic and mechanical changes, however when the 356C was released, adding seemingly nothing more than four-wheel disc brakes, it was surprising to say the least. Offering only minor aesthetic changes from the T-6 Porsche 356B model that it replaced, the new hubcaps were perhaps the main way to tell the difference between the two. The new 1964 Porsche 356C would offer flatter and smaller hubcaps that were designed to fit the Porsche 911 that was released during this time as well. In total, more than 14,000 Porsche 356C models were produced during the 1964 production year. For many collectors and enthusiasts, the Cabriolet is perhaps the most sought-after, while the Coupe model certainly has a strong appeal thanks to its iconic lines and relative availability in today’s classic car market.
1964 Porsche 356C Seller’s Guide
There are a few items that buyers will be concerned with when entertaining the idea of purchasing your 1964 Porsche 356C. They will likely want proof of the car’s authenticity, a full understanding of the condition of the classic, and the ability to perform a third party, pre-purchase inspection. As a seller, you should be prepared to answer these concerns to the best of your knowledge. To show proof of authenticity, be sure to have a picture of the chassis and engine numbers handy. You can also contact Porsche in advance to obtain a Certificate of Authenticity. To give buyers a better understanding of the condition of your classic 356, always have photographs ready and do not sugar coat the condition; there are buyers out there looking for models of all conditions. Lastly, always allow serious buyers to perform an inspection. This is a courtesy that should be extended to give buyers a good feeling about their purchase. These are just a few of the Seller’s Tips that the Alex Manos team recommends for your 356C and any classic.
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Always looking for American and European classics of all makes, models, and conditions, the Alex Manos California classic car dealership would be delighted to learn more about your particular 1964 Porsche 356C. Once they’ve learned a bit more about your car, should it fit into their collection, they would be happy to make you an offer you can’t refuse – in cash and on the spot. They will make all the arrangements, including shipping, and look forward to helping you find a new home for your classic. Connect today to learn more!