1959 Porsche 356A GT Speedster

The last Block GT Pushrod Speedster - 1 of 7 Produced

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Story and History

This is the fourth and last “Block” pushrod GT Speedster. Carl Block was a Porsche dealer in Oakland California, who ordered four special Speedsters from the factory in 1959. All four Speedsters were among of the last GS/GT ultra light-model production run. Block ordered each car with the 1600 Super pushrod engine (616/2) instead of the complicated four cam unit. He believed he could sell them more easily to SCCA racers because of the lighter weight and simpler service requirements of the pushrod motor. In total, Porsche assembled only seven pushrod GT Speedsters. Click here to Read More

VIN Number:84933
Exterior Color608 Silver Metallic
Interior ColorBlack
Transmission:Manual

Highlights

  • Alloy panels (doors, front trunk lid, engine lid)
  • Alloy Speedster seats
  • Steel alloy wheels
  • Interior lightweight vinyl trim

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