1955 Porsche Spyder Becks original

Price: US $37,999.00 Item location: Terrebonne, Quebec, Canada
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Porsche
  • Model: Beck Spyder 550
  • Type: Convertible
  • Trim: cabriolet
  • Year: 1955
  • Mileage: 28,800
  • VIN: ME1443
  • Color: Silver blue
  • Engine size: 2275cc
  • Number of cylinders: 4
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: black with red seats
  • Options: Convertible, Leather Seats
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!

1955 Porsche Beck Spyder 550

Being of a Silver Blue color, you will be the star attraction everywhere you will go...at all car shows and even just driving down the road,,,

I have invested a lot of money into it but with the kids and wor, I just don’t have the time to enjoy it anymore, so here are the details:

Factory original Becks Porsche Spyder 1955, build at the Becks California Factory, in 1995, in Excellent condition. One of the first factory build Becks, Being #248. It is also registered as an original Beck, not a Kit car or a WV. It is the only REAL BECK registered as is in Québec. It has 28000KM Original. The engine was completely rebuild in 2014 at 26000 KM ( 17500 Miles)


Many Extras such as 4 NOS 5 bolts mags (Not installed), a removable head rest, a removable top in excellent condition, side curtains, tonneau seat cover...The crash bar is also removable.

The ENGINE has been rebuilt by Porsche Professionals in 2014, SUPERCHARGED to a 2275CC with 165HP instead of the original 1600CC (70HP) that you will find in most of them. Here are the Specs of the propulsion group:

-VW Engine with 2275cc and 165HP

-Porsche Valve covers, REAL Porsche starter

-2 REAL WEBER Carburators IDF 48mm Wedgeport 42-38

-Camshaft FK87, Crank CW Forged 4140, Petronix Coil and distributor

-Oil pump Full flow 28mm avec Oil Cooler

-Intake BIG BEEF match port

-RANCHO PRO STREET racing Transmission

-Hydrolic clutch STAGE 2 ( NEW 2015)

I invested more than $15000 in the engine, in the last year only. Invoices will be showed to buyer.

I would suggest you ask an evaluation in writing to any others that are for sale before comparing...Because this is important when buying a classic...That it is appraised professionally....

Registered in Quebec Canada, There is no inspection to be made.....I can also sell it anywhere in the USA or Canada. Make a reasonable offer. Serious buyers only.