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    FS: 1962 356B Super Slate Gray, Fresh Engine and Transaxle

    1962 356B Super, Slate Gray, Fresh Engine and Transaxle
    Kardex shows Slate Gray, Deluxe Horn Ring & Arm Rests.
    Sold new at Brumos, comes with Brumos License frame.
    Solid car with great pans, longitudinals & jack spurs.
    New, correct battery pan with tow loop.
    Engine rebuilt to 1720CC - Blank case and 3rd piece (factory replacement).
    Transaxle - New bearings and syncros (1965 356C with 12 bolt ring and pinion).
    Brakes redone with NOS Brake Drums on rear and in spec front(280.5mm)
    Doors, hood, deck lid, bumpers & all glass removed.
    Stripped to bare metal.
    Fresh Single Stage Slate Gray Paint (original color).
    New seats and carpets from Autos International.
    New Gas tank.
    5 correct date Chrome wheels re-chromed by Bolton Wheels
    5 New Michelin ZXZ tires.
    New Optima battery.
    Great Koni shocks all around.
    Correct one year only toolkit with "Porsche" Script wrenches (They sell for up to $14,000 on BaT).
    Several decade owner was in his 80's when he sold it to a friend of mine. I bought it from friends estate when he died (also in his 80's).
    Great Driver!

    $87885
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    Last edited by L.a.Brooks; 04-02-2024 at 09:14 PM.

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