2008 Vintage Speedster For Sale

Porsche 356 Speedster replica. Black with tan interior.  Manufactured in 2008 by  Vintage Speedsters of Hawaiian Gardens, California. 15,800 miles. 1974 VW Beetle chassis.  VW-type 4, 2 liter, 90hp, 4 cylinder air cooled engine and 4 speed gearbox. Speedster type seats, banjo steering wheel, soft top with side curtains, tonneau cover, luggage rack, Coco mats, discreet alarm system. Meticulously maintained.  Clear title as 2008 Replica Porsche with Massachusetts-issued VIN. Located in Dover, MA.

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In all my selling experiences I have learned never burn a bridge re: potential buyer.     I once had a kid show up in a clapped out Honda Accord old black motorcycle jacket with more hardware in his face than isles 1 and  2 at Ace Hardware. Walks around the car nodding away telling me " Like wow hey yeah man ummmm my Attorney will contact you this week and cut you a check, then just leaves. Three days later FedEx stops by with.....a Attorney - Bank check for the full amount, then to top that the kid come back out to get the car and along with him was a beautiful young lady that looked like a French model ( we'll assume she got the word that Mr Face Hardware came into some serious cash .

Local buyer is definitely the simpler deal - can't be mad about that.  Thank you for offering up your beautiful and beautifully taken care of Speedster on this forum.  I really enjoy this community of Speedster owners and am said that it took me so many years of Speedster ownership to find it.

DannyP posted:

I believe there may be an upright fan conversion that will work on a type 4, but I could be wrong.

The "Cali Conversion". It's been done often, and is a better and more economical way to cool a Type 4 than a 911 set-up (although it looks about 1/10 as cool).

Stan Galat posted:
DannyP posted:

I believe there may be an upright fan conversion that will work on a type 4, but I could be wrong.

The "Cali Conversion". It's been done often, and is a better and more economical way to cool a Type 4 than a 911 set-up (although it looks about 1/10 as cool).

edsnova posted:

Raby DTM, no?

There is also the Raby DTM, Ed, but the Cali Conversion works quite well, and at a fraction of the price of the DTM (as Stan mentioned), well...

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