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Auction Block: 1965 Porsche 356 Outlaw

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Nov 10, 2017

Category: Rides

Porsche is one of those car brands that has consistently built jaw-droppingly beautiful vehicles. So when one of their productions remains drool-worthy literal decades after it was first released, that tends to be a pretty big deal. This 1965 Porsche 356 Outlaw is one such car.

Restored over the last couple of years for around $65,000, this outstanding coupe looks as immaculate as the day it rolled off the lot. In fact, it even boasts the original – albeit rebuilt and upgraded – engine. Some of those upgrades include bored barrels with larger pistons, a new scat crank and balanced rods, and a new MSD ignition and alternator system. Still, its facade and the interior bleed classic style, thanks to a silver paint job, brown leather hood straps, leather and tartan seats, and a wooden steering wheel and shifter knob. If you want to get behind the wheel of this retro sports coupe, however, it’ll run you $109,985 – which, honestly, seems pretty fair from a collector’s perspective.

Purchase: $109,985

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