Selling A Porsche 356 A
Offering small but significant changes from the original Porsche 356 Pre-A models, the Porsche 356 A was introduced in 1955. Often called the “T1” among Porsche enthusiasts due to its internal factory designation “Type 1,” there were a number of small differences between the Porsche 356 Pre-A and the classic Porsche 356 A of 1955. One of the defining characteristics of the 356 A was the windshield shape, which was curved compared to the open “V” shape of the Pre-A models when viewing the windshield from above. This change is important to note because little other body changes were made throughout production, with the exception of a change to the taillights in 1957. Other small details include 15-inch wheels on the new 356A model, while the Pre-A’s had 16-inch rims.
Porsche 356 A Seller’s Tips
If you’re looking to sell vintage Porsche 356 models, you’ve come to the right place! The team at Alex Manos is always looking for classic and vintage American and European autos in any condition – new, old, restored, unfinished restoration projects, barn-finds, showroom quality and more. While the 356 Pre-A models are perhaps the most highly sought-after and command a higher price, the Porsche 356 A models also remain an in-demand collectors item. In total, it is estimated that of the 76,000 cars produced throughout the 356 Series that only half are still remaining today. If you have a 356 or Porsche 356 A you’d like to sell, connect with the team at Alex Manos today. They are experts in the classic car market and are always looking for unique and wonderful examples of the fantastic Porsche models.
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