Air Apparent: ’63 Porsche 356B T6 Super
You can tell lots about a Porsche 356 if you understand the letters and numbers that define it. Really early cars, before 1954 were just 356–some with split screens and some with bent screens. By 1954 the 356A T1 was introduced. After that, a 356A Type 2. Then came the B in a T5 body configuration. By 1962 we get to the T6 with twin grilles, bigger windows and a external fuel filler neck. And that takes us to today’s listing. We really like this car. It is a 75 h.p. B Super, with 2 documented California owners. It has been treated to a professional cosmetic refurbishment and it has a very detailed service history. The perfect collector car at a great price of $39,995. Why so inexpensive? It should be selling for lots more. Well, we suspect it is because the engine was upgraded to a 356 C so it is a Super but it is no longer a Super. If you just want to enjoy the heck out of a Porsche go for this one. If you want appreciation, this isn’t the best path. You see Porsche people don’t like you to mess with the original formula. So if you don’t like a red Porsche, find another one because a color change is frowned upon. And so is an engine swap which is probably why this one is attractively priced. Go for this one if you want to have fun and enjoy the sublime experience of owning a true Porsche for Healey money. Contact the seller by clicking here.