1969 ASM Speedster Convertible 1969 Used Manual

Price: US $19,995.00 Item location: Local pick-up only
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Other Makes
  • Model: Speedster
  • SubModel: Porsche
  • Doors: 2 Doors
  • Year: 1969
  • Mileage: 11862
  • VIN: 356C811515
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: 2200 CC
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Rebuilt, Rebuildable & Reconstructed
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Description:

1969 Other Makes Speedster

Sleek, lightweight, and an absolutely ton of fun – you usually expect to pay a lot more for a well-finished Speedster replica, but this one has the look and the power you want all for an unbeatable price. This Speedster replica announces it's something special the moment it comes into view. Sure, bright red is always a bold way to make an entrance, but this one is also super-sleek. The fiberglass body is an almost seamless design. The front end is uncluttered by a bumper or accessories, so it has the kind of aerodynamics that you know was always intended. You can just see the how the wind dances around the headlights – either up the famously low hood or around the new wide fender flares. No door handles or trim keep the profile extra sleek, and the sunlight just seems to love to dance around the curves of the rear. Plus, because the body is so free from trim, the brightwork stands out even more on places like the windshield frame, side mirrors, and the large 15-inch wheels. And while this is meant for open-top motoring, we can't help but love how the black folding roof helps emphasize the low sporty design of the low car. Inside, you get two low-back bucket seats that feel perfect for racing. There's a roll bar for added bracing, and it also adds to the competition-ready look of the car. A roadster like this is all about the driving experience, and like a true Speedster frivolous weight was discarded. That's why this car's moto should be "no heat, no radio, no problem." Instead you get a clean dash that provides you with all the essential gauges. Your hands will love the classic wood and chrome steering wheel, and you utilize the accelerator and shifter to dial-in that perfect open road soundtrack from the air-cooled engine. The motor is exactly what you want in a sports car like this. The hardy VW-based flat-four has been enlarged and upgraded. The consignor states this is a 2200cc engine – something larger than ever offered a 356. And it has a twin set of dual Dell'orto carbs, Flame Thrower ignition, and performance exhaust. That gives you some serious power in a light weight package. And you have complete control over this mighty motor thanks to the hardy four-speed manual transmission. There's even the grip of wide modern tires and front disc brakes. Speedy looks and speedy components come together on a bold and sleek roadster. This is a terrific total package offered for quite a nice price. So don't let this deal slip away. Call today!!!