Beautiful and very rare Porsche 356B T-6 Twin Grille Super 90. Delivered new by Porsche Car Pacific on June 29th 1962 in Burlingame, San Francisco, CA. Comes from third owner and was for a long time in the possession of the chairman from the Porsche Club America. Also an original ‘California Black Plate’ car. The car is really in top condition and technically in a perfect working and driving condition. It is equipped with a factory electric sunroof. Very rare option, only 9 of them are known worldwide! Also equipped with original Blaupunkt AM/FM push-button radio, Hirschmann antenne and Talbot outside mirror. Completely restored and technically overhauled a few years ago. During the years more than perfectly maintained and very well documented with lots of invoices. The body is beautiful, has perfect panel fittings and great paintwork. Also all the chrome details are perfect. The undercarriage is rock solid, free of rust and fully original. This car has won various Concours d’Elégance among which are 1994 356 club Yosemite, 1995 Pismo Beach and 1995/1996 Porsche Club of America Zone 8 Morro Bay, California. This is an original 1600 Super 90 and equipped with her original so ‘Matching Numbers’ engine. Of course fully certified by Porsche and CARDEX. Performed in her original and very rare colour ‘Champagne Yellow no. 6205’ in combination with a great brown leather upholstery. The colour Champagne Yellow was only for one year available (1962)! In short, a very rare Super 90 with electric sunroof and a fantastic history!


Fuel: Petrol
Body style: Coupé
Transmission: Manual
Milage: 14346 Km
Power: -
Build: 1962
VAT/Margin: Marge
Price: € 132.000 ,-
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