1957 Porsche 356 (beck) Replica on 2040-cars
Whiskey Tan full leather interior and tan canvas top
Anchorage, Alaska, United States
Porsche Speedster Replica
Beck Factory Built Speedster built
on a 3 inch tube frame. Most speedster replicas use a VW bug frame, this frame
does not flex like the VW. This
impeccable award winning Speedster replica comes in the Merlot exterior with
Whiskey Tan full leather interior and tan canvas top. Options include a
“hidden” Pioneer AM/FM/CD, tan canvas 1/4 and full tonneau covers, fully
carpeted trunk, Coco mats, Nardi wood steering wheel and wood shift knob, new
radial tires, including spare, Power windows, and Porsche badging.
CB Performance balanced the 1915cc with a custom exhaust, dual Weber carbs that
bless it with almost 130hp. This power plant is mated to a 3:88 silky smooth
freeway flyer trans-axle for effortless touring in all gears. The car comes
with all original Beck factory books, maintenance records and 2 custom car covers. This Beck has a clear rock guard applied to the front and has been garaged 100% of the time. She is not new and does have some small rock chips (not many) but is absolutely Beautiful and turns heads wherever she goes.
Porsche 356 for Sale
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MT provides a comprehensive and entertaining look at the RS7 and the turbocharged Panamera as they go through a battery of tests, before getting tossed about on both the road and the track. Starring flip-flop aficionado Jonny Lieberman, it's a must-watch, whether you're in the market for one of the two super sedans or merely want to see the former Autoblog editor again.
After having a look at the video, register a vote for the car you'd park in your driveway in our poll. Hop below for the full video from the team at Motor Trend.
A Wicked-Fast Street Legal Multi-Tool
Walter Röhrl was carving up the circuit in the Porsche 911 Turbo S like a skilled Jedi Master - and I was sitting next to him, mesmerized by the breathtaking show. I had strapped myself securely into the front passenger bucket of the all-new coupe less than a minute earlier, expecting nothing more than a few quick laps around a track at the hands of another celebrated race driver. Been there, done that. Many times, actually.
Yet this was different. Röhrl was not only calculated and methodical in his approach, but his rally-tuned cerebrum appeared to be actively reading available grip levels while effortlessly tossing the all-wheel-drive Porsche into each corner at gut-wrenching speeds. His hands were moving rapidly, sending tiny steering corrections to the front tires, and he was using every inch of the track to extract more speed. We launched over a curb, dropped a wheel in the dirt and then drifted around a wide off-camber turn. His human precision and focus was astounding, and the performance he was extracting from the machine was just short of breathtaking.