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Porsche 356B

The year was 1948. The place: Gmünd, Austria. Much of Europe was still recovering from the devastation of the Second World War. In a small factory located in the small town near the Czech border, the designer who was the mastermind behind Hitler's "Car of the People" - better known as the Volkswagen Beetle - built a sports car that would change automotive history. That vehicle was the Porsche 356, a vehicle that would continue in production for the next eighteen years.

It was not Ferdinand Porsche's first attempt to built a sporty racing vehicle. In the late 1930s, he had designed and built a concept race car, which was designated the Porsche Type 64. It resembled its little brother, the VW Beetle, but was larger, with a lower, more streamlined profile. Porsche was able to produce three of these cars before the war broke out and put an end to all production of civilian vehicles for the next several years. One was destroyed in a bombing raid; another was placed in storage, where it was discovered by American occupation troops shortly after Germany's surrender. That vehicle wound up getting chopped and used for recreational purposes by bored GIs looking for fun until the engine wore out and the car was scrapped. The third survivor is currently owned by a European collector, but hasn't made a public appearance for decades.

The earliest Porsche 356 was an instant success on the European racing circuit, which caught international attention. Eventually, after two years of painstakingly assembling fifty of the vehicles by hand, production was moved to a modern, automated factory outside of Stuttgart. The vehicle began hitting showrooms in 1950. For several years, Porsches and Volkswagens had many interchangeable components, and would for many years. This would increasingly change as the two companies began to go in different directions.

The Porsche 356B arrived in dealer showrooms in 1960. This was an extensive upgrade of the preceding 356A, with stylish twin engine grilles and a generous back window. It was also equipped with a larger, more powerful engine - but retained the four speed manual transmission. Interestingly, the body came out of the same factory as the sporty-looking (but low powered) Volkswagen Karmann Ghia - in fact, some models were known as the Porsche 356B Karmann Coupe.

Today, a Porsche 356 speedster wide body for sale can fetch over $100,000 at auction. Porsche 356 restoration can also be an expensive proposition. Fortunately, if one of modest means must have a classic Porsche 356B, there are kits available from which a very convincing replica can be built. And when it's time for parts and accessories for such a project, make sure you check out - a discount retailer for all things automotive. has discounts on a full selection of auto parts and accessories at prices of up to 80% off - so do some shopping with them before starting your next restoration or car building project.

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Reviewer: 1962 Porsche 356B Bosch Starter

Starter was as advertised, fit correctly & 0perated as it should

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Great price - fast shipping.

Fit as per advertizes and it worked.

1962 Porsche 356B Starter

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Reviewer: Whitelake69

The gasket set was just what I needed, at a great price!

1960 Porsche 356B Engine Gasket Set

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Reviewer: Walt Pennington

Service was very good, and product was delivered in a timely manner.

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Reviewer: Found at the right price

Had trouble locating a release bearing for this vehicle at a fair price so I was happy to locate this unit a very fair price.

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Reviewer: Buzzer60

The starter was delivered fast and it fits and functions just like the original.

1960 Porsche 356B Starter