GREENWICH, Conn. -- Don't want to keep up with the Joneses? Would you prefer to blow right past them? Carriage House Motor Cars in Greenwich is featuring a fully restored classic Porsche that will do just that.
The numbers-matching 1964 Porsche 356C has had more than $70,000 sunk into its restoration. It features a 95 hp, 1.6-liter, rear-mounted engine coupled to a four-speed manual transmission.
and is now ready to knock your neighbor's socks off.
The 356C was the predecessor to the flagship 911. Less than 17,000 were produced between 1964 and 1965. Enthusiasts point to the 356 model's as the last "old-school" Porsche that held to the company's Volkswagen roots.
If you're interested, don't bother digging around for a price tag, it's not listed on the dealer's website.