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1965 C Coupe


1965 C Coupe

Chassis 221635

One owner car from AZ

Champagne Yellow Black interior with Gray carpet

RUST FREE ONE OWNER CAR.  Purchased in CA then owner moved the car to AZ

One re-paint in original Champagne Yellow

We have the Kardex, proves all numbers are matching, including the original bill of sale.

Tinted Glass

Originally the car had chrome wheels, now on painted steel wheels

Mileage Original unknown

Brakes are all recently rebuilt

New gas tank

Engine just rebuilt by Vic Skirmants with big bore kit, 86mm Pistons & Cylinders, Standard C Crank, Carbs also rebuilt

All Sheet metal has been powder coated

New Bursch exhaust system

Vic has recently rebuilt the transaxle including painting the axle tubes

selector bushings newly installed

Instruments all re-built by Palo Also

All major chrome has been re-done including new rubber

Neil Goldberg,  Neil’s 356 Restoration in Troy, MI has done all of the assembly and detail work on the car.

New carpet installed by Rod Klingelhofer at a noted interior company in metro Detroit area.  He also has re-stuffed the front seats.  All seat covers are in excellent condition.

NO Rust, we had the underside of the car steam cleaned and new proper undercoating applied.

This car has never been wrecked and has never had any welding done on the body, which shows with the perfect body gaps on all openings.

Paint meter readings will be added soon.

This car retains its original tool kit with all tools included in EXCELLENT CONDITION.   Also included are two complete sets of original keys including the original blue Porsche key fob.

Clear title

1958 Speedster

SOLD on BAT for $250,000

1958 Speedster Chassis 84470

Built Jan 1958

Owned and raced by Charles Stover, who lived in Quakertown,  Bucks County, PA.

We do not know if he was the original owner.  Records and photos that came with the car show he raced the car in the mid 1960s.  The last listed race was 1967.

The car was originally Ivory, he painted it light blue.  The documentation shows photos of in this livery.

He sold it to Ed Anspach, from Ono, PA.  exact date not known.

Jim Buck, of Ann Arbor, Michigan purchased the car from Ed Anspach on April 22, 1991

Buck then took on the restoration of the car, all receipts are with the car and will be passed on to the new owner.

Under the Jim Buck ownership, the engine and trans were rebuilt by Vic Skirmants of 356 Enterprises, January through March, 1992.  Copies of the original invoices are included in the documentation.

Jim Buck also had all metal work performed by a professional restoration shop.   Including a return to the original Ivory paint.   

Phil Kubik purchased the car on November 17, 1995 and proceeded with the final assembly by Neil Goldberg,  Neil’s 356 Restoration.   The restoration was completed early Summer 2004, and driven to our 356 Motor Cities Gruppe picnic here at 356 Enterprises. 

The car does not have the original matching number engine and trans, although they are period correct for 1958.   A copy of the COA is included with the documentation. 

The car has been returned to its original showroom condition, including a new top, side curtains, boot cover.  Also includes a repro tool kit in perfect condition. 

All receipts of restoration, parts, labor, etc are included, with photos of the restoration.

1964 C Coupe Vintage Race Car


1964 C Coupe Vintage Race Car

Chassis 219882

ENGINE:  1620 cc Full-spec SVRA race engine built by 356 Enterprises,

Last service on engine included valve job August, 2010.  Car was only raced one time at Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix 2011

Car has been stored inside a climate controlled building.

Approximately 165 HP

Counter balanced Scat crank

Elgin 7805 Cam

Carrillo Rods

Full Race Heads

83.5mm Pistons and Cylinders

Solex 40P11 Carbs with 36mm venturiis and velocity stacks

Deep sump with steel skid plate

Bursch Race Exhaust system

TRANSMISSION:  fully modified race trans; with

2-A, 3-D, 3-A, Custom 4-E (1:1 ratio) gears

ZF limited slip, 7:31 ring and pinion: 12 bolt


Heavy duty rear torsion bars 27mm long

Racing front sway bar 22mm

Boxed front trailing arms

Heavy duty spindle assemblies

Koni Shocks

Disc brakes, will require service prior to racing

Dual master cylinder

6×15 Fuchs wheels

FUEL CELL, will require updating, Racing harness will require updating.


Cool suit set up included in place of passenger seat.


This car was serviced and transported for the owner since February 2001 until August 2010, by Vic Skirmants.  The car is now located at our shop for your inspection.

1961 356 B Coupe Vintage Race Car


Ready to Race!

1961 356 B Coupe Vintage Race Car

Chassis 117307

ENGINE:  1620 cc Full-spec SVRA race engine built by Ecurie Engineering,

approximately 165 HP

Counter balanced Scat crank

Elgin 7805 Cam

Carrillo Rods

Full Race Heads

83.5mm Pistons and Cylinders

Solex 40P11 Carbs with 36mm venturiis and velocity stacks

Deep sump with steel skid plate

Bursch Race Exhaust system

TRANSMISSION:  fully modified race trans; with

2-B, 3-E, 3-B, 4-A, gears

ZF limited slip, 7:31 ring and pinion

Custom trans breather bottle


26 mm rear torsion bars

22mm front sway bar

Boxed front trailing arms

Heavy duty spindle assemblies

Heavy duty Wright tie rod

Koni Shocks on rear

Adjustable rear trailing arms

Disc brakes, new rotors front and rear, rebuilt calipers.

Dual adjustable master cylinders

6×15 Fuchs wheels with good condition Hoosier Speedster tires

Extra set of 6×15 Fuchs with rain tires

FUEL CELL, FIRE SYSTEM, NEW OMP RACING BELTS, Good thru 2023, New Sparco race seat

AMB transponder #  AMB 0225634 Vintage Racing Log Book

Annual Tech good through Sept 2019

This car has been continuously raced since 1991 with SVRA, HSR, VSCDA.

Full roll cage, Lexan windshield and back window, two front mounted oil coolers, Oberg oil filter, complete new fire system, quick release steering wheel, Auto Meter Tach, oil pressure and temp gauges.   Heavy duty hi-torque starter with spare. 

Solid body/ chassis, minor old professional rust repairs.  One rust / tear at left rear torsion tube area.  X-Sunroof car. 

Car fully prepped after SVRA at Sebring March 2019, not raced since.  Car is now track ready.

Clear CA title in owners name.

1959 Porsche 356 A Coupe


ENGINE:  1620 cc Full-spec SVRA race engine

Counter balanced Scat crank

Carrillo Rods

356 Enterprise Race Heads

83.5mm Pistons and Cylinders

Solex 40P11 Carbs with 36mm venturiis and our velocity stacks

Bursch Race Exhaust system


TRANSMISSION:  fully modified race trans; FRESHLY SERVICED with

2-B, 3-E, 3-B, 4-A, gears

ZF limited slip

7:31 ring and pinion


29mm Long torsion bars

Scat front torsion bars

Adjustable rear trailing arms

Boxed front trailing arms

Heavy duty spindle assemblies

Koni Shocks


AMB transponder # 1110469  HSR Log Book # A-0863

1957 356A Porsche Coupe


1957 356A Porsche  Coupe

Chassis 58589., Aquamarine Blue Metallic, with red vinyl and corduroy inserts interior.

Engine # 64301  1600 Normal

Transmission  # 13033 644 with BBBC gears

Current actual mileage is 44,690

All engine, trans and all body panel numbers match the Kardex.   The interior is in good overall condition, but the driver’s seat has a small hole about a ¼” in diameter in the center bottom of the corduroy, looks like from a cigarette burn, but I was told the original owner did not smoke.  Also the corduroy has an area where it meets the vinyl on the driver’s seat that has separated and maybe could be carefully stitched.  The seat corduroy was originally Grey and has faded to tan, I was told the material is cotton base and this is not uncommon in old material that sees sunlight.   All the red vinyl interior is in very good condition.  The carpeting is in excellent condition, no wear apparent in the usual entry points.   Headliner is clean and not ripped, and is in good condition.   Both sun visors are complete, but the plastic has shrunk over time.   Driver mirror has slight silver flaking off.   All gauges work properly and are in good condition.

No known rust, except on the driver’s door bottom rear area.   All the areas where the factory used lead around the doors and deck lid can be easily seen because the porosity of the lead trying to creep out after 59 years.   The floors, rockers, and battery box area are all solid and original.

The car appears to have had a small dent in the nose at one point in its early life, which was repaired.   No damage to the under structure is apparent.

All door gaps are tight and very nice.  The chrome trim is in good overall condition.  All of the rubber trim is in very good condition.

The windshield and all the other glass is original, and in very good condition.

The original wheels and tires are presented on the car, the wheels are painted body color as correct for the period.   The hub caps are correctly date stamped.  The car also comes with a set of correct dated silver painted wheels and current Firestones tires for road use.

Engine compartment and sound deadening original, but show use.   The engine runs great, no signs of smoking either on startup or continuous running.   Trans shifts perfectly, and stops straight, the car needs no mechanical attention whatever.  Get in and drive.


The original owner fitted the car with amagneto which remains in place; the car also comes with the original distributor and coil in like new condition.  There is an original tool kit which is missing one screwdriver.

The car comes with two complete set of keys, all documentation that proves provenance.  The car comes with its original service book, drivers manual, all in the original scarce red binder with the chassis number written in grease pencil on the cover.

It appears that the car was repainted many many years ago, it is our opinion that the car was re-painted when the nose was damaged because they could not match the Aquamarine Blue Metallic paint without painting the entire car.  All door jambs and dash are original paint.  The bumpers probably were not repainted, but are in excellent condition.  The wheels also have original paint.

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1963 B Coupe


1963 B Coupe Slate Gray, chassis 214036 two owner car

All numbers matching.

102,495 mils. $69,500

Rust-free California 2-owner car. Couple of tiny holes under battery. NO other rust, original undercoating.

Original engine 609953 rebuilt by Harry Pellow in 1987 at 88,000 miles. Gold highlights, 200mm flywheel, Weber carbs.

Original trans 65060, built in May 1963.

Full service just done by 356 Enterprises. engine and trans oil changed, valves adjusted, linkpins greased, brake fluid flushed, brakes adjusted. All shifter bushings replaced.

Driver’s manual, extra keys, dimming break-away rear view mirror.  All old invoices and receipts back to August of 1979

5 original chrome wheels dated 12/62. 3 hubcaps dated 8-62; one repro.

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