Selling a 1964 Porsche 356SC
During the final two years of production, the Porsche 356 series would debut the 356C. Within the 356C range, two different models were available: the standard 356C and the 356SC. The 1964 Porsche 356SC was used to replace the Normal, Super and Super 90 of the 356B series and gave owners more than 90 horsepower via two Solex 40 PII carburetors. The standard 356C, on the other hand, still used Zenith carburetors and boasted only 75 horsepower. As the owner of a 1964 Porsche 356SC, you are probably already aware that the 356SC offered the highest power output of any Porsche 356 model and is often considered the most refined and advanced 356 in the fifteen-year production period. As one would imagine, the 1964 356SC is one of the most popular collector cars in the series and is also popular with European classic car enthusiasts as a symbol of quality Porsche engineering and advancement. If you’re thinking about selling your Porsche 356SC, you’ve come to the right place to learn more about the model, its value in today’s classic car market, and valuable Seller’s Tips.
1964 Porsche 356SC Seller’s Guide
When selling a 1964 Porsche 356SC, perhaps one of the biggest Seller’s Tips that the Alex Manos team can provide is to have all documentation, photographs, and information prepared for the sale. Buyers will inevitably have questions about the authenticity of the 356SC, for example, so it will be vital to have engine and chassis numbers handy. Don’t know where to locate these numbers? The Alex Manos team can help you find and verify them. Buyers will also be interested in the car’s history. If you have records regarding maintenance and restoration or ownership history, these can be great in giving buyers confidence in your classic. Lastly, expect that serious buyers will want to have a pre-purchase inspection. If you need recommendations of qualified mechanics in your area, Alex and his team can help. These are just a few Seller’s Tips for this particular model.
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Always in the market to purchase classics of all makes, models, and conditions, the Alex Manos team would be delighted to learn more about your 1964 Porsche 356SC. They are a California classic car dealership located in Los Angeles and have a worldwide reputation for fair and honest car deals. Connect with their team today to discuss your particular model; they look forward to making you an offer you can’t refuse. Connect today.