Do you happen to have a Porsche 356? Your family might be hiding one in your garage! Whether it’s running or not, prices for the vintage and classic Porsche 356 are constantly rising. A dealer in the United States wants nearly $150,000 for an original, non-running Porsche 356! Now that’s a big fortune!
Dealer Kurt Tanner Motorcars bought the non-running Porsche 356 from its second owner of the past 54 years. The car was purchased from the original owner back in Illinois in 1965. It practically has no engine and was just replaced upon purchase with another engine from a 1953 vehicle.
Most of the body panels are straight and all the glass is there. The vehicle is full of rust, both can be said for the exterior and interior of the car. The seats are ripped and faded. All the wirings are even jammed up. To sum everything up, the whole vehicle needs to have a makeover from the exterior all the way to its interior and engine.
The car seriously needs a lot of serious attention to bring it back to shape. But despite all that, you’d be surprised to know that there would probably be someone out there willing to purchase the vehicle like Kurt Tanner Motocars. Even if it is all broken up inside-out, this vintage collection can easily fetch up to $120,000 considering its collectability – the early “Pre-A” cars are arguably the most desirable 356 of all.
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