The 356 Porsche

A Restorer's Guide to Authenticity IV

The 356 Porsche
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Format: Paperback / softback, 248 Pages
ISBN: 9780929758282
Publisher: TPR Inc.
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The 356 Porsche, A Restorer's Guide to Authenticity IV takes a part-by-part, year-by-year approach to what an owner or prospective buyer should look for when evaluating a 356 Porsche. For each year, from 1950 through 1965, the author examines every change, documented or not, of each model – and now including major mechanical components. Included are the most accurate and comprehensive chassis number and color/upholstery listings anywhere.

The author

Dr. Brett Johnson spent twelve years in the Porsche parts business and seven years practicing 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 and is now in its fourth edition.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 248 Pages
ISBN: 9780929758282
Illustrations: 941 color & b-w photos
Size: 9 in x 11 in / 228.6 mm x 279.4 mm
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