The first car bearing the Porsche name was built in 1948: the 356/1 roadster. With an uprated VW engine delivering 26 kW (35 hp; at 4,000 rpm) and weighing in at 585 kg, this lightweight midengined sports car reached a top speed of 135 km/h. The ‘Gmünd roadster’ was followed by production cars with a displacement of up to 2 litres and an output of 96 kW (130 hp). Around 78,000 examples of the 356 model were produced in Stuttgart between 1950 and 1965.
Production period: 1948 – 1965 Number of examples produced: 77,766
Battery and trickle charger (3.6 A) with battery monitoring function.
Please note: An adapter is available as an option for vehicles without cigarette lighter. Not suitable for Porsche lightweight batteries (lithium ion)
Simple and safe charging of the battery as well as maintenance of charge during extended immobilisation times.
No removal of the battery necessary, as the charging process takes place via the cigarette lighter connection.
Charge state of the battery can be read off via an LED (light-emitting diode)
Charging current adjustable in two stages and therefore also suitable for small 12-volt batteries
Hand lamp designs are rarely as stunning as this: This new edition is based on an original hand lamp that was part of the accessories catalogue for the Porsche 356 back in 1963. Featuring LED lights with two different lighting modes and battery operation, this hand lamp combines classic design with modern technology. The hand lamp also has a rubber-coated magnet for securely attaching it to the vehicle. Another eye-catching feature is the leather case embossed with the Porsche Crest. The design of the case is based on the original seat design from the Porsche 356, offering the perfect combination of timeless design and modern technology.
The backrest protector prevents soiling and damage to the backs of the seats through dirty shoes or kicks by the rear passengers. It can be attached effortlessly at the bottom by means of a magnet clip and hook. Four integrated pockets provide additional storage space.
Suitable for all Porsche's. 1 pack single cover.
Painted metal board in the same design as the historic Motorsport poster of 1964. Inclusive set of 5 magnetic cars. 1 : 87 scale. Limited to 2,000 units. Dimensions: 40 x 50 x 0.5 cm. Great for home, office, garage!
Discontinued line, limited stock.
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Porsche recommends the multigrade variant with a viscosity of 20W-50 for all 356, 914 and 911 models (up to 2.7 litres). When the engine is cold or warm, this oil is the best product for maintaining the classic engine, generates few deposits and offers good compatibility with the materials installed in the vehicle, such as cork gaskets or lead bearing shells.
356 Pre A (1948 - 1955)
356 A (1955 - 1959)
356 B (1959 - 1963)
356 C (1963 - 1965)
911 F (1965 - 1973)
914 914 (1970 - 1976)
914/6 (1970 - 1972)
911 G (1974 - 1977)
911 Turbo (1975 - 1977)
The Porsche Classic Motoroil pouch is used to store and transport the 1-litre oil can and its accessories. Includes the accessories required for topping up the oil: A screw-on filler neck, disposable gloves and a Porsche Classic cleaning cloth are supplied in the pouch.
The oil can is not supplied with the pouch.
Suitable for the following products:
- Motoroil 20W-50, 1 litre (00004320928)
- Motoroil 10W-60, 1 litre (00004320930)
- Motoroil 5W-50, 1 litre (PCG04321040)
- Motoroil 10W-50, 1 litre (PCG04321040)