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The famous Porsche 356 is a symbol of prestige and power. The bold, curvaceous lines of this masterpiece make it stand out among other sports cars of its time and class. And what makes the Porsche 356 so iconic is the history that goes behind its production and success. When the Porsche 911 was introduced, it represented the pinnacle of performance and design, and the Porsche 356 was the benchmark for sports cars of its day. The two cars share many of the same components, but the differences that make the Porsche 356 an icon are the same ones that make the Porsche a classic:
What makes the Porsche 356, an icon is the way it is crafted, the way it radiates speed and power, and the way it dominates the road in a contest against the great Niki Lauda. The air-cooled flat-plane engine produces more power than any liquid-cooled engine ever conceived, and the transmission, while not particularly quick, is quick enough to allow you to push the Porsche into your dream car. If you want a fast, spectacular race car, then the Porsche 356 is the perfect vehicle for you.
In the hands of the best driver in the world, the Porsche 356 can turn into a modern-day Tour de France, winning the most prestigious Tour de France titles as it is being driven by its owner. The power boost puts the Porsche in a class of its own, and there are those out there who will pay top dollar for any classic car that they can get their hands on. If you want a full-on power boost, then the Porsche should be up for the task. For those who just want to get their car into pristine condition, a regular upkeep routine should suffice. And if you want to step your car up a notch or two, then Porsche 356s can offer the kind of performance that will make you question why isn't every other car driver using a Porsche.