2nd April 2019
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Porsche 356 – 356, 356A, 356B, 356C including Speedster, Roadster, Convertible D and Carrera: models years 1950 to 1965


Would you love to buy the original Porsche 356, but are scared of owning an expensive lemon? Help is at hand!
This is the complete guide to finding the best available example of the classic rear-engined Porsche 356 for a sum you can afford. Insight from real ownership experience is coupled with unparalleled technical knowledge, resulting in the first dedicated guidebook for potential buyers of the Porsche 356. A comprehensive guide, including an inspection checklist that buyers can use when viewing a car, photos of key areas to check, and known issues for each model. Market and value data are also supplied to help give an idea of what a specific Porsche 356 is worth. The guide has an overview of key specifications and potential upgrades.
From whether a Porsche 356 is a suitable car for you, to the cost considerations to be taken into account when searching for and viewing a used model, the author aims to arm the prospective buyer with enough knowledge and insight to be able to assess any Porsche 356, and quickly conclude whether to make a purchase.
Take the first step towards finding your dream car, by reading this guide today.

Porsche 356 by Brett Johnson

ISBN: 9781787112964
UPC: 6-36847-01296-0


$25.00 (US), $32.99 (CAN)

• Like having a real marque expert at your side
• Benefit from Brett Johnson’s ownership experience and technical knowledge
• Covers all Porsche 356 models produced from 1950-1965
• Guidance on choosing the right model for you
• Key checks – how to spot a bad car quickly
• Unique point scoring assessment system
• Comprehensive guide to inspecting a potential purchase
• Technical insight from a leading Porsche specialist
• Details of owners’ clubs and independent experts
• Information on key problems across the model range


Dr Brett Johnson spent twelve years in the Porsche parts business and seven years practising veterinary medicine. Now a writer, he has published several notable books on Porsches including The 911 & 912 Porsche, a Restorer’s Guide to Authenticity, and The 356 Porsche, A Restorer’s Guide to Authenticity, which has sold over 45,000 copies worldwide.
Place of birth: Indianapolis, USA • Hometown: Indianapolis • Nearest city: Indianapolis

V5296 • Paperback • 7.67 x 5.47 in • 64 pages • 79 pictures • ISBN: 978-1-787112-96-4 • UPC: 6-36847-01296-0
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