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Bosch Starter - for 1955 Porsche 356 - W0133-1603523 Click to Enlarge
4.8 Stars
Bosch W0133-1603523
Starter
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Part Number: W0133-1603523
Brand: Bosch
Notes: Remanufactured - 6 Volt
Condition: Remanufactured
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1955 Porsche 356
Rear Koni Shock Absorber - for 1955 Porsche 356 - W0133-1605287 Click to Enlarge
5 Stars
Koni W0133-1605287
Shock Absorber
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Part Number: W0133-1605287
Brand: Koni
Notes: Special D-Classic
Position: Rear
Condition: New
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1955 Porsche 356
Front Sachs Shock Absorber - for 1955 Porsche 356 - W0133-1617200 Click to Enlarge
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Part Number: W0133-1617200
Brand: Sachs
Notes: TwinTube
Position: Front
Condition: New
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$263.36
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Catalog: A
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1955 Porsche 356
Beru Spark Plug Wire Set - for 1955 Porsche 356 - W0133-1628136 Click to Enlarge
4.5 Stars
Beru W0133-1628136
Spark Plug Wire Set
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Part Number: W0133-1628136
Brand: Beru
Condition: New
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Catalog: A
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1955 Porsche 356
DIY Solutions Emblem - for 1949 Porsche 356 - GRI01383 Click to Enlarge
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Part Number: GRI01383
Brand: DIY Solutions
Notes: Emblem
  • OEM Part
Condition: New
Color: Gold, Black, & Red
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1949 Porsche 356
Front Inner National Wheel Bearing - for 1955 Porsche 356 - 30206 Click to Enlarge
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Part Number: 30206
Brand: National
Notes: Wheel Bearing and Race Set
  • Precision manufactured using premium-grade steel for outstanding durability and performance
  • Matched cup and cone components ensures consistent quality and outstanding performance
  • Premium bearing design matches OEM specifications
Position: Front Inner
Condition: New
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$21.83
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1955 Porsche 356
Front Right Inner Lemfoerder Tie Rod End - for 1955 Porsche 356 - W0133-1634315 Click to Enlarge
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Part Number: W0133-1634315
Brand: Lemfoerder
Detailed Notes: Right Hand Thread
Position: Front Right Inner
Condition: New
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1955 Porsche 356
Bosch Spark Plug - for 1955 Porsche 356 - W0133-1809707 Click to Enlarge
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Part Number: W0133-1809707
Brand: Bosch
Notes: Super Plus - W6BC
Product Remark: WR6BC+
Condition: New
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1955 Porsche 356
Rear Beck Arnley Brake Hose - for 1955 Porsche 356 - 073-0975 Click to Enlarge
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Part Number: 073-0975
Brand: Beck Arnley
Notes: Brake Hydraulic Hose
  • Matches OE form, fit and function
  • Made from premium reinforced materials
  • Meets required DOT safety standards
  • All included hardware is coated to prevent rust and corrosion
  • Application specific for this vehicle
Position: Rear
Condition: New
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$11.18
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Catalog: B
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1955 Porsche 356
Front Anco Wiper Blade - for 1955 Porsche 356 - 20-09 Click to Enlarge
5 Stars
Anco 20-09
Wiper Blade
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Part Number: 20-09
Brand: Anco
Notes: Vintage -- With Replacement Style (Dead-Locker or Wrist Action) Arm
Position: Front
Condition: New
Adapters Included: No
Blade Material: DuraKlear - Natural Rubber
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1955 Porsche 356

Porsche 356

When Germany and Austria's shattered economies started to make its comeback in the wake of the Second World War, it was due in no small part to the production of a snazzy sports car, the likes of which the world had never seen. That car, first produced in Austria in 1948, was the legendary classic Porsche 356. Bearing only the slightest resemblance to its little sibling, the VW Beetle, the 356 was light, sure footed and fast. For the first two years, the vehicle was built at a plant in Gmünd, Austria. In 1950, manufacturing was moved to Zuffenhausen, outside of Stuttgart, West Germany, where production continued for another 15 years.

The design traces its origins a pre-war concept racing car, known as the Porsche Type 64. As Ferdinand Porsche was the original designer of the "People's Car," it's not surprising that the Type 64 looked a great deal like a flattened-out VW Beetle on steroids. Three of these vehicles were construction before war broke out in Europe, made by hand of aluminum construction. One of them was destroyed in a bombing raid shortly after the start of the war. The Porsche family used two of them, but eventually put one of them in storage. However, when U.S. occupation troops arrived in May of 1945, some G.I.s found the car and decided to lop off the roof and use it for tooling around the countryside. Eventually, the engine wore out it wound up on the scrap heap. The sole surviving example of the Porsche Type 64 is still in existence, and was actually driven in a vintage road race in Monterey, California in 1982.

The first Porsche 356 hit the road in June of 1948 and won the first race it was entered into. At first, Porsche and Volkswagen shared many parts and components, but this changed over the ensuing decades as the two divisions went their separate ways. In the beginning, production was slow; only fifty vehicles were produced during the first two years. Eventually however, Porsche's success in road rallies and races caught the attention of motoring enthusiasts in Europe as well as North America.

One of the most famous owners of an early Porsche 356 was actor James Dean, who was killed while driving one on a California highway in September of 1955. By then, the Porsche 356 was widely available at U.S. dealerships. They weren't cheap, even then; the sticker price of a new Porsche 356 in the late 1950s was a whopping $4,000 - about the same price as a new Cadillac at the time. Today, that is equivalent to about $34,000, which would be a heck of a bargain. A fully restored Porsche 356 today can fetch as much as $100,000 at auction.

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