The Porsche 356 put Porsche on the map as a maker of serious sporting cars. An immediate icon, the 356's combination of a flyweight chassis and bullet-proof four-cylinder gave Porsche the reputation as the giant killer in racing, with an uncanny ability to wing against cars with far bigger engines. This 1958 Porsche 356 A Speedster has been given a thorough restoration as a classic outlaw. Underneath the bodywork are adjustable dampers, disc brakes, and sway bars, while two flat-fours are included: one stock and one prepped for racing. The exterior retains the 356's timeless lines, while adding touches like a GT front bumper, rally cages over the headlights, and a center-exit Carrera-style exhaust. A rare hardtop is included along with the folding canvas and side windows, while the interior features a period-correct aluminum and wood Porsche steering wheel. The car is for sale through Serge Heitz of France.