Porsche 356 - C 1964.psd
In the world of Porsche, there is only one car that holds the title of being the "champ" when it comes to sports cars - the Porsche 356. The basic structure of this sports car is the same as its predecessors, but what makes it unique is the exterior design, which has been inspired by both classic and modern auto design classics. What's more, the 911 Turbo model has also been heavily redesigned, with the new body structure taking full advantage of the new technology and materials available to Porsche. Both of these efforts have resulted in the Porsche 356 being considered as the most unique-looking sports car on the market today.
Porsche 356 test: drive a RHD model With a base price of $125k, the Porsche 356 is quite a pricey car. However, thanks to the extensive amount of work put into its design and development, it boasts of the highest curb weight of any production car. This one is an especially rare vehicle: it was initially exported to Australia, which makes it a very collectible vehicle. When you drive your Porsche out on the street and notice how fast you can accelerate and decelerate, it is not an exaggeration to call the car a high-performance model.
Porsche 356 test: drive a RHD model With its high level of sophistication, the new Porsche 911 Turbo model manages to achieve the ultimate classic car feel. From its massive flat roof and long hood, to the massive air vents strategically positioned behind the headlights, the new car screams class and elegance. If you are looking for a car that can offer dynamic performance, elegant design, and comfortable ride, then the Porsche 356 is your answer. Thanks to its RHD (ready-to-install) carbon fiber body kit and lightweight frame, there is no wonder why the Porsche 356 is considered as one of the most desirable RHDs available in the market today.