Porsche 356 B Carrera 2 2000 GS/GT ‘Sunroof’ Coupe

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1963 Porsche 356 B Carrera 2 2000 GS/GT ‘Sunroof’ Coupe

• Finished in its factory-correct Ruby Red (6202) exterior over black leatherette with Corduroy inserts
• Powered by an exceedingly sought-after Type 587/2 “GT” 2.0-liter competition engine with 160 Hp
• Retains numbers-matching four-speed gearbox
• One of very few 356 B Carrera 2 chassis equipped with factory electric sunroof
This Carrera 2 GS example was completed on 17 July 1963 and delivered new to a physician in Munich via distributor MAHAG. Original factory specifications included chrome wheels, luggage rack, safety belts, headrests, electric sunroof, antenna, Skai-Dur luggage, and a Ruby Red exterior over black leatherette upholstery featuring grey corduroy inserts. Warranty entries on an accompanying copy of its original Kardex run through 15,517 kilometers (~9,640 miles) in September 1964.
It was later exported to the California, where it was treated to a multi-year rotisserie restoration to very high standards by 356 specialists. During this restoration, the car was reportedly brought down to bare metal, returned to its original exterior color, and then reupholstered in correct-pattern black leatherette with black corduroy inserts.
Meanwhile, the car was fitted with the incredibly desirable Type 587/2 competition GT engine, which was sourced by Porsche restoration facility Raceline Feustel in Neunkirch, Switzerland.
Despite the addition of this remarkable high-performance engine, this GS chassis retains its correct-type steel body panels, headrests, antenna, and chrome wheels. Its odometer face presently displays imperial units.
Furthermore, this fantastic 356 Carrera 2 GS is accompanied by a Porsche CoA, Kardex scans for both its chassis and GT engine, tool roll, spare wheel, jack, manuals, and a replicated set of Skai-Dur luggage. The car remains ideally suited for the myriad historic touring and rallying events for which it is eligible, not to mention exhilarating road use. This tremendous versatility—combined with its fascinating early life, historical correctness, and enviable rarity—render it arguably the most noteworthy 356 Carrera 2 currently available and a “must have” for any committed Porsche enthusiast.

However, this “Carrera 2” moniker was slightly deceptive, as in truth it applied to two distinct 2.0-liter, quad-cam, flat-four-cylinder engines—one of which was a true competition unit only available to privateer racers and VIP customers. These two different engine types were installed into divergent trim levels: the “Grand Sport” production version, and the “Grand Turismo” competition car. Put simply, the GS was the production car used to homologate the GT for racing, even though there were many significant differences between the two, such as lightweight aluminum body panels.
The production GS-spec engine (Type 587/1) was good for 130 horsepower. The GT-spec engine was the competition unit (Type 587/2) and boasted nearly 160 horsepower through various modifications. The GT-spec engine was further improved to 180 horsepower in Works chassis and would soon become the basis of Porsche’s revolutionary, Le Mans class-winning 718 RSK and 904 Carrera GTS race cars.
Research by Porsche historian Jürgen Barth shows that just 27 of these Type 587/2 competition engines were produced and made available to customers, while approximately 15 complete GT cars were completed at Zuffenhausen between 1962 and 1964. Thus, some of the 12 “leftover” engines were used in Works cars or installed in-period for GS/GT conversions completed by the factory or privateer teams.
Public sales of the Carrera 2 began in April 1962, and these cars became the first Porsches fitted with standard disc brakes. Some 310 Carrera 2 GS cars were produced, of which very few were "Sunroof" Coupes like the example offered here.

Sinds maart 2006 zijn wij exclusief Porsche dealer voor Gelderland. Ons bedrijf is centraal gelegen in Heteren aan de A50, te bereiken via de A12 en A15.
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We bieden een totaalpakket van sales tot after sales. Voor schade en restauratie is de klant bij ons aan het juiste adres, hier hebben wij 2 divisies; 1. Reguliere Porsche schades 2. Restauratie van klassieke Porsches. Ook hebben we een eigen leasemaatschappij, Way2Drive. Onze haal –en brengservice door heel Nederland behoort tot onze faciliteiten.

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