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1964 Porsche 356C

I have been thinking a bit about vintage cars lately. In part because of watching auctions over the weekend, but more so after spending some time with my in-laws who own some older cars. Vintage cars derive their beauty from a unique marriage of simplicity and (arguably) greater variation amongst their designs. So this is a nice time to come across another Porsche 356, the car that began Porsche’s long love affair with rear-engine rear-drive automobiles and even many years later it’s easy to see the roots of a modern 911 in a 50-year-old 356. This 1964 Porsche 356C Coupe comes from near the end of the model’s run and with it’s eye-catching yellow paint, which we don’t come across often with these cars, it’s sure to attract plenty of attention.

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1964 Porsche 356C Sunroof Coupe

I wrote last week about the price of nostalgia and while that post was concerned primarily with the cost of a 911 from the 1980s, we can begin to appreciate our nostalgic yearnings quite a bit more if we rewind further. The 356 takes us back to Porsche’s roots and that very fact imbues these cars with a spirit that no other model could replicate. Vintage cars such as these are, in a way, history lessons; displays of an ideal that, especially in the case of the 356, have lead to years of development and continued success. The specific example featured here is a restored, numbers matching, 1964 Porsche 356C Sunroof Coupe. By modern standards, the lines of the 356 seem almost pudgy, but underneath those curves lies a light and graceful machine.

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1964 Porsche 356C

The 356 is the car that started it all for Porsche. As its first production model, you’d excuse Porsche for possibly doubting the longevity of this somewhat quirky rear-engine rear-wheel-drive design, but 65 years later that layout remains the calling card of Porsche’s iconic 911. Aesthetically the 356 offers elegant contours that are sure to turn many heads and in their day their minimalist approach suited the needs of a wide range of automotive enthusiasts. The car we see featured here comes from near the end of the model run, a restored 1964 Porsche 356C that looks beautiful in Aquamarine blue metallic.

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