Porsche 356

Model Årgang Motor HK Km/t CO2
356 1965 1580 ccm 73 - -
356 1964 1582 ccm 73 - -
356 1.6 1963 1580 ccm 93 - -
356 1600 SC 1963 1582 ccm 95 - -
356 Convertible 1963 1581 ccm 73 - -
356 Carrera 2 1962 1966 ccm 128 200 -
356 Convertible 1962 1582 ccm 73 - -
356 Convertible 1961 1582 ccm 73 - -
356 Carrera Abarth 1961 1586 ccm 134 - -
356 Convertible 1960 1582 ccm 73 - -
356 Coupe Abarth 1960 1587 ccm 114 220 -
356 Carrera Abarth 1960 1587 ccm 134 - -
356 A 1959 1588 ccm - 177 -
356 Super 90 1959 1582 ccm 90 179 -
356 A Carrera 1959 1498 ccm 99 - -
356 B Roadster 1959 1582 ccm - - -
356 Convertible 1959 1588 ccm 74 - -
356 B 1600S Super 1959 1582 ccm 74 - -
356 A Carrera 1600 1959 1588 ccm - 201 -
356 A 1958 1086 ccm - - -
356 A 1.3 1958 1290 ccm 58 - -
356 A 1.5 1958 1486 ccm - - -
356 A 1.6 1958 1582 ccm 74 - -
356 A Carrera 1958 1498 ccm 99 - -
356 A Speedster 1958 1298 ccm - - -
356 A Carrera GT 1958 1588 ccm - 200 -
356 Convertible D 1958 1582 ccm 73 - -
356 A Speedster 1.3 1958 1300 ccm - - -
356 A Speedster 1.5 1958 1487 ccm 69 - -
356 A 1957 1086 ccm - - -
356 A 1.5 1957 1488 ccm - - -
356 A 1.6 1957 1582 ccm 99 - -
356 America 1957 1488 ccm 69 - -
356 A Carrera 1957 1496 ccm 99 - -
356 A Speedster 1957 1300 ccm - - -
356 A Carrera 1.6 1957 1586 ccm - - -
356 A Speedster 1.3 1957 1300 ccm - - -
356 A Speedster 1.5 1957 1488 ccm 69 - -
356 A Speedster 1.6 1957 1581 ccm 58 - -
356 1600 1956 1582 ccm 59 163 -
356 America 1956 1488 ccm 69 - -
356 A Carrera 1956 1498 ccm 99 - -
356 A Speedster 1956 1300 ccm - - -
356 A Carrera 1.6 1956 1588 ccm - - -
356 A Speedster 1.3 1956 1298 ccm - - -
356 A Speedster 1.5 1956 1488 ccm 69 - -
356 1955 1130 ccm 37 - -
356 1300 1955 1290 ccm - - -
356 America 1955 1488 ccm 69 - -
356 A Carrera 1955 1588 ccm - - -
356 A Speedster 1955 1290 ccm - - -
356 1500 Carrera 1955 1498 ccm 100 201 -
356 A Speedster 1300 1955 1290 ccm - - -
356 A Speedster 1500 1955 1488 ccm 69 - -
356 1100 1954 1131 ccm 37 - -
356 1300 1954 1290 ccm - - -
356 1500 1954 1487 ccm 58 - -
356 America 1954 1486 ccm 69 - -
356 1500 GS Carrera 1954 1498 ccm 110 201 -
356 1953 1131 ccm 37 - -
356 1.3 1953 1285 ccm - - -
356 1.5 1953 1488 ccm 58 - -
356 1952 1488 ccm 55 140 -
356 1.3 1952 1287 ccm - - -
356 1.5 1952 1488 ccm 58 - -
356 America 1952 1488 ccm 69 - -
356 1951 1131 ccm 38 - -
356 1300 1951 1287 ccm - - -
356 1949 1131 ccm 37 - -
356 1948 1131 ccm 37 - -
356 1 1948 1086 ccm 40 - -
356 01 1948 1086 ccm 37 - -
356 1.0 1948 1086 ccm 40 - -

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