Bodywork made by Reutter
Chassis No. 159444
Engine No. P730656
Certitificate and Statements: ASI Gold Plate n. 013293
Porsche Certificate of Origin
During the 15 years of production of the 356 in Stuttgart factories, just over 5,000 units were set up per year, with a maximum peak of 10000 units reached in 1964, the most successful year of 356 C.
The C's bodywork was produced either directly by Porsche or by the external supplier Reutter, as evidenced by the tag under the hinges of the guide-side door.
All production of the 356 generation was also available in convertible version (Cabriolet, Speedster or Convertible D).
The 356 C was the most mature version of the Porsche dynasty: fast, powerful, comfortable, well-built, and easy to drive.
The disc brakes, introduced in 1963 in the C version, also brought new rims with chrome caps more profiled due to the different hubs used.
1 of the 1688 Porsche 356 C Cabriolets produced, chassis no. 159444 has Reutter bodywork and engine No. P730656 type 616/15.
Built in 1963, it has all the characteristics of the 356 C built from that year.
The full conformity of this car is ascertained by the Porsche Certificate of Origin attesting to the construction of the vehicle, which accompanies the car. Registered in the Italian Porsche 356 Register.
Fully overhauled engine with some components replaced or restored.
The all-original instrumentation is fully functional. Well-preserved black leather seats.
Invoices are available for processes carried out by specialized workshops, over the years.
The last owner participated with this 356 C in numerous Italian historical re-enactments.
An important service on this 356 C is present in the magazine “Automobilismo” of January 2004, with shooting and road tests.
It is possible to view the car online, booking a call with one of our commercial operators, via Skype, Zoom, Whatsapp and Google Meet platforms.
|Modell||356 C 1600 Cabrio "Reutter"|
|Getriebe||Manual 4 Speed|