Few other Porsches are as famous as the 356A Speedster, and this open-top ride made in 1957 is now heading to an auction after a major restoration.
The soft top went through a complete overhaul two decades ago and last changed ownership in 2014. During the restoration, it received a green paint coat to replace the OEM white paintjob. The chrome bumpers were also finished in green, although the smaller details were kept in chrome. The right side mirror was removed, and the exhaust system ended up with dual finishers.
The roadster is available with a cream-hued soft top and a black tonneau cover. Brakes are drum-based all around, and 15-inch steel wheels wear Vredestein Sprint Classic rubber.
The cabin is every bit as opulent as the exterior and houses a pair of bucket seats. There is fine tan leather trimmed with brown piping that spans from the seats to the door cards and the upper dashboard. Coarse square-woven carpeting covers the less accessible surfaces, creating a pleasant contrast with the main material.
The top bid is U.S. $160,000 at the time of writing.
Editor Andrew Raspopov