Thursday, June 25, 2009

Porsche 356C

The 4-cylinder Porsche 356C was produced for the 1964 and 1965 model years. It was the last and most powerful version of the 356 series with up to 95 horsepower and was built at the same time as the first 6-cylinder Porsche 911s. The 356C also featured 4-wheel disc brakes. Over 10,000 356Cs were built for 1964, an all-time high for the 356 series. After the 356C was discontinued, its 4-cylinder engine was used in a new entry-level model call the 912 that shared the 911's body. This 356C was spotted in The Dalles, Oregon on June 10, 2009.

1 comment:

  1. Nice find Robert! I was just researching this and found your shots, when I saw yours had an Oregon plate I had a feeling they'd turn out to be the same car. But they're not, and I'm happier knowing there are more of these being enjoyed around the NW. Keep up the good work.


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