This 1964 Porsche 356C underwent a cabriolet conversion some years ago. The builder used all of the necessary parts from a cabriolet to convert this coupe into a convertible. The entire rear skin is factory cabriolet, as is the windshield frame and adjoining area. The rear deck lid is factory cabriolet, as well. Mounts for the top frame were fabricated, see pics. Included in the sale is a brand new top frame sourced from Europe. You may have seen these expensive, handcrafted top frames at the L.A. Lit Meet this year. The builder picked a good coupe to start with, as the car appears very solid. The paint, while very shiny, may not be to every driver’s taste. The color is burgundy metallic with shadowed racing stripes

Ravena, New York, United States