Any version of the legendary Porsche 356 is a beautiful exercise in automotive artistry. Besides being a perfect blend of power and beauty, this particular 1963 Porsche 356 B stands out with its amazing, unrestored sunroof.
Leaving the Porsche factory in the summer of ’63, this vehicle was ordered with a rare electric sunroof, Becker radio with speakers, and black leather seats. It also features a Leitz luggage rack, deluxe horn ring, tinted windshield, and highly sought after Rudge knock-off wheels. The interior of the coupe is untouched, and the factory-installed radio suppressor and original voltage regulator are still hooked up to the engine. It lived in the Hamptons in a Silano summer vacation home for 50 years before being obtained by a Porsche savant in California in 2014. The car was driven sparingly, racking up just 27,317 miles total. This black beauty equipped for cruising on sunny days will definitely go for a small fortune.