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    FS: @eBay - 1960 Porsche 356 B Roadster

    Here we have a great example of a Roadster you can jump in and start having fun. This is Porsche 356B Roadster chassis #87626 with engine number 704689. Just serviced and tuned, and brand new clutch installed. This is your chance to own something as rare as a 356 Roadster for Cabriolet money. While this car is ready for miles of top down driving, it's not ready for your local concour. The paint, while still shiny, is checked and flawed in a number of places. The canvas top is in very good shape with a nice, clear rear window, and a canvas soft tonneau cover is included for top down enjoyment. Floor pans are solid with some older patch work evident. Please see the pics for the overall condition of the car. If you've been looking for a Roadster that is road ready and can be driven to the hardware store without spending $150k, this is the one. Drive it and enjoy it knowing that should you decide to restore it in the future, the value of a Roadster will easily absorb the cost of a restoration. Or just drive it. It has a clear title ready for export. EBAY link:
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