1957 Porsche 356A/B Outlaw 4-Speed

Up for auction is this masterfully-built 1957 Porsche 356A Outlaw.  Having been extensively restored in 2013 by a 356-expert builder/restorer, over $90k was invested in creating this one-of-a-kind build with a strong emphasis on style and reliability.  It is now being offered in excellent mechanical and cosmetic condition out of Ontario, Canada.

After sitting for many years in storage, the owner commissioned a window-out respray in Guards Red upon his purchase.  Additionally, all chrome surfaces were re-finished as well as the installation of all new rubber seals.  The car currently shows to be in excellent condition with only a few minor flaws noted (detailed images are available in the photo gallery).  Giving this 356 its distinct “Outlaw Look” are a few key styling cues such as front and rear metal fender flares, a bespoke louvered rear decklid, GT aluminum racing mirrors, a center-hood fuel filler and halogen headlights.  The seller also notes that a sunroof was added along with an updated "356 B" front-end which adds a bit of mystique to this eye-catching build.  The car rolls on staggered 16” Fuchs wheels that come wrapped in Dunlop tires with only 4k miles of use.

The interior of this 356 represents the perfect mix of elegance and performance.  Featuring its original tan leather upholstery, this interior has been fitted with a new dashboard, new headliner, and rebuilt fuel/oil and speedometer gauges.  Exclusive interior features include 2-point seatbelts in red, a fire extinguisher, upgraded radio with smartphone connectivity, new speakers, and a Nardi steering wheel.  The seller notes that the original steering wheel will be included with the sale.

Powering this one-of-a-kind Outlaw is a fully rebuilt 1.6L flat-four cylinder engine sourced from a 1965 912.  Upgraded with dual IDF Weber carburetors, and an upgraded 12V electrical system powering the distributorless ignition system, this 356 puts out a hearty 110HP via a 4-speed manual transaxle that was completely rebuilt 2009 with a new Sachs clutch.  Said to be in excellent running condition, this 356 offers a truly uncompromising driving experience and is ready to be enjoyed by its next owner.

Keeping this 356 planted is a rebuilt suspension featuring KYB shocks on all four corners.  Additionally, a complete four-wheel disc brake conversion has been carried including braided steel brake lines and a fully rebuilt master cylinder.  This 356 is sure to impress anyone who gets behind the wheel. 

The sale will include 3 keys and a clear title. Don't miss your opportunity to own this unique and visceral outlaw. 

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Auction Results

  • Highest Offer: $70,000
  • Auction End: June 27, 2020, 4:31 p.m.
  • Number of Offers: 3
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Comments (19)

  • $70,000 offer from Miami, FL 2 months, 2 weeksago

    Offer in the amount of $70,000

  • $56,000 offer from Miami, FL 2 months, 2 weeksago

    Offer in the amount of $56,000

  • Sagee 2 months, 3 weeksago

    Is this a RNM? Are offers still being accepted?

  • $52,500 offer from Jacksonville, FL 4 monthsago

    Offer in the amount of $52,500

  • jbelcredi (seller) 4 monthsago

    @kireneslo Yes, I have photo of original State of Nevada Title

  • kireneslo 4 monthsago

    Do U have any paper(proof) showing prior US ownership?

  • 11urbanfuel 4 monthsago

    Bid in the amount of $50,000

  • Teak090 4 monthsago

    Bid in the amount of $30,356

  • jbelcredi (seller) 4 monthsago

    @BP-OKC Hi, I don't have any of the original documents. Thanks

  • jbelcredi (seller) 4 monthsago

    @witz Hi the system is Compu-Tronix Performance Ignition System

  • Sgtdevildog 4 monthsago

    Bid in the amount of $2,000

  • witz 4 monthsago

    Are you running an electromotive coil pack system? I have not seen this before on a 912.

  • jbelcredi (seller) 4 monthsago

    @dawgfan1214 You will have to do your own research on the import requirements, contact an auto shipping broker etc.. here is a link to USA Customs for further info. Thanks

    https://www.cbp.gov/trade/basic-import-export/importing-car

  • dawgfan1214 4 monthsago

    @jbelcredi I did this not long ago with a car that was originally a US car and while there is no problem getting it in you indeed DO need to pay taxes and import fees at the border!

  • BP-OKC 4 monthsago

    Do you have the original factory build sheet? Do you have the Porsche Certificate of Authenticity? Do you have receipts from the restoration/build?

  • jbelcredi (seller) 4 monthsago

    @BP-OKC The import process is pretty straightforward, you should check the DMV requirements, since the car was original USA car there shouldn't be any duties or taxes, just transport and nominal fees.

  • jbelcredi (seller) 4 monthsago

    @BP-OKC Hi, thanks for the inquiry. The 356 was built and restored by renowned Porsche restorer Mark Van Deventer at 356 West in Las Vegas, Nevada in 2011.
    The sunroof was already part of the car, I believe it was originally modified in the 60's by the original owner when the B front clip, fender flares and powertrain was upgraded.

  • BP-OKC 4 monthsago

    What does the import process from Canada to US entail?

  • BP-OKC 4 monthsago

    Who was the 356-expert builder/restorer?
    What car is the sunroof from?

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1957 Porsche 356A/B Outlaw 4-Speed
Final offer: $70,000