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1957 Porsche 356 Speedster Re-creation, Black On Black, No Reserve on 2040-cars

Year:1957 Mileage:941 Color: Black /

Saint Johns, Florida, United States

Saint Johns, Florida, United States
Body Type:Convertible
Engine:4 Cylinder
Vehicle Title:Clear
Fuel Type:Gasoline
For Sale By:Dealer


: 1957
Interior Color: Black
Make: Porsche
Number of Cylinders: 4
Model: 356
Trim: Speedster
Drive Type: RWD
Options: Leather Seats, Convertible
Mileage: 941
Sub Model: 356 Speedster Replica
Exterior Color: Black

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This  beautiful 356 Speedster is a wonderful Re-creation of a Porsche Speedsters with a custom shortened chassis.
  • Black Exterior is in Very Good Condition.
  • Custom Black Interior with Red Stitching is in Very Good Condition.  
  • The Soft Top is in excellent Shape
  • Tanneau cover is in excellent condition
  • VDO Gauges all work as they should and are in Excellent Condition
  • Wheels and Tires are in Excellent Condition.
  • Tires are NEW.
  • Engine Runs Excellent and Strong.
  • Undercarriage and Chassis are in Excellent Condition.
  • Door and body panels line up perfectly.
  • Radio Works at it should.
  • All Lights and Turn Signals Work as they should.
  • Gauges work as they should
  • Horn Works as it should. Wipers do not work. 


  1. Placing a Bid: Your  bid constitutes a legally binding contract to purchase this vehicle.  Please bid only if you are financially able to purchase this vehicle.  We  do not provide any financing! Please read eBay's User Agreement

  2. Seller reserves  the right to:

    1. Obtain and verify the registered  information of all users who bid on this auction.

    2. Cancel any and all bids at our  discretion, or end the auction early if necessary.

  3. Bidders Age: You  must be 18 years of age or older to Bid.

  4. Buyers Inspection: We have done our best to disclose all information known about this vehicle in  the auction.  We welcome  all buyers to have an inspector come to our location.  If you plan to have  a buyers inspection, please make sure you inspect the vehicle prior to the  auction ending.  Inspection fees if any are Buyers responsibility.

  5. Representations and Warranties  made by seller: This  vehicle is being sold "as is, where is".   No representations or warranties are made by seller, nor are any representations or warranties relied upon by bidders in making bids. 

  6. Taxes and Registration fees: Under  Florida Law we must collect part of the taxes of your state in Florida in term  you will receive an exemption for that amount in your state of registration.   Out of state buyers are responsible for all remaining state, county, city taxes  and fees, as well as title service fees in the state that the vehicle will be  registered.  All taxes and fees must be paid in full in order for vehicle  to be titled and registered. 

  7. Title Information :   There is a $199.00 administration fee that will be added to the price of the  auction.  This will cover the cost applying and sending the title to   the new buyer.  Will this fee, a temporary tag will be issued to buyer.   In the State of Florida, titles to vehicles may be held by banks or lenders as  collateral for loans.  While we usually have all titles in our possession  at closing, there are occasions where we may be waiting for them to arrive. Replica vehicles are titled as Special Constructed Kits, Self Assembled Kit, Replicas or Recreations.  If payment is made by cashier's checks we  will hold all titles for 10 days or until funds have cleared.

  8. Shipping & Delivery:

    1. All shipping  charges are buyer's  responsibility.  We can help with shipping arrangements if needed,  please call to get a list of transporters that we have used in the past.

    2. We assume no responsibility for  damages incurred after the vehicle leaves our location.  We are not  affiliated with any carrier. 

  9. Finalizing your Purchase:

    1. We will contact the successful  high bidder by e-mail after the auction closes.

    2. Successful high bidder MUST  contact us by phone at (904) 463-7071 within  24 hours of the auction ending to make arrangements to complete their  transaction.  If we cannot confirm your intention to buy or the sale is not  completed within 5 days, we reserve the right to relist this vehicle or sell to  any other qualified buyer.  Non compliant bidders will be legally  responsible for the monetary damages incurred by such action.

    3. In order to secure bid on  vehicle, Successful bidder (BUYER) must within 24 hours of bid closing send to  Seller a Deposit in the amount of 10% by bank certified funds or wire transfer.  Within 72 hours of bid closing, Buyer must send balance of funds by wire  transfer, or bank certified funds to Seller.

    4. At time of sending initial  deposit, Buyer MUST fax copy of their State  issued valid Driver License and a copy of an insurance policy or insurance card.    Furthermore, before said vehicle is released for shipment to Buyer, all other  Sale related and title related paperwork must be signed and returned complete to  Seller.

The terms of   sale shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State  of Florida without regard to any conflict of laws or provisions thereof that  might indicate the applicability of laws of any other jurisdiction.  The  venue for all legal proceedings shall be in Duval County, Florida.

Please Call 904-463-7071 If   you have any questions

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