The Porsche 356 has continually received plaudits for being a rear-engine, rear-wheel-drive vehicle that is lightweight and agile.

The Porsche 356  is still a very sought-after model. Many older vehicles might not have current safety features, such air conditioning.

One of Porsche's first mass-produced vehicles, the Porsche 356 was produced between 1948 and 1965.

The majority of functional Porsche 356 speedstar  cars will get good gas mileage and will easily keep up with interstate traffic.

Particularly for its time, the Porsche 356's specifications are quite excellent. The Porsche 356 horsepower on the early 1948 variants starts 

At least for the 1963 coupe, the Porsche 356's outlica  top speed is limited to about 107 mph, and its 0-60 time is under 13.5 seconds.

When these first rolled off the assembly line, the Gmund version of the Porsche 356 had a single engine option with a displacement of 1100cc and a 40-bhp rating.

The Porsche 356 coupe originally cost around $3,750, while the cabriolet was only $500 extra.