With a 1582cc pushrod engine, fully independent suspension, rigid construction and an open top, the Porsche 356B Cabriolet incorporates all of the ingredients for an enjoyable and exhilarating classic sports car. By the time the 356B came out in 1959, it had been well developed, refined and improved over the previous decade, and incorporated subtle visual changes like larger bumpers as well as more upright headlamps. Despite these styling updates, which were the first significant ones in the model's history, the car ably retained its timeless good looks, and because the 356B was so methodically developed and well built, it makes a fine choice for those collectors who simply love to drive. This 1963 Porsche 356B 1600 Super Cabriolet is an extremely pretty and well-restored example of the later "B" series with revised body and twin grille engine cover. Finished in Ivory, it has chrome wheels and hubcaps, Pirelli radial tires, a blue cloth top, tan top boot, tan leather interior, tan square weave carpets, tool kit and a jack. During its full restoration, this car received an engine upgrade to a 356C-series 1600 Super engine, resulting in a significant power increase. A beautifully restored and maintained classic open Porsche, this 356 leaves nothing to be desired and is as lovely to drive as it is to look at.