The Hunt For A Classic Is Back On! 1963 Porsche 356 B

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The Hunt For A Classic Is Back On! 1963 Porsche 356 B

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  1. Yes, classics. Looking forward to the search πŸ™‚
    Tip for classic cars at start up: don’t do that throttle on/off thing in a carbureted car.. just give it some throttle/rev’s and hold the rpm for a while.
    Happy hunting!
    A 356 would look great next to the GT3 πŸ˜…

  2. I hope you get one Sam, and it’s cool to see you highlight all the ways driving can be entertaining.

  3. Top notch video, thank you Sam, great fun! Alternatively you could suprise us all, get your motorbike license and join Harry and his son for Sandraiders 2024! Might need some delicate persuasion with the home front, quite possibly, but still, I would sign up for that.

    Thanks again, this Portugese sportscar specialist showroom and likewise workshop is just excellent. A very cool, STG revisit and road report πŸ‘ŒπŸ˜Š

  4. I’d love me some old school Porsches some day. A 67 911S, a 964 and 993 to add to the lot. Love the ones with the fender flares over the narrow bodies.

  5. Been watching a few of your videos now and got to say very enjoyable. πŸ‘ Keep them coming and keep real – love anything Porsche πŸ˜ƒ

  6. Man, this has me so excited! A 356 would be sick! And I’m glad the experience you find and tell us about is what I have always felt and seen and read about when it comes to Porsche’s, as someone who never get to see them up close or experience them but love Porsche, good to know I’m not just making it up in my head! πŸ˜€
    Even in the simulators you can tell they are different to other cars! πŸ˜€

  7. Really enjoyed this one. Great change up from the modern classic focus. The shop makes me want to go to Portugal just to see it.

  8. I always enjoy your videos. I hope to see more classic Porsches on your channel in the future, fun

  9. Tony will be horrified!! I bet he calls it a beetle. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ great video Sam your enthusiasm is infectious.

    1. was thinking exactly the same
      “it’s more than free years old. it’s crap”
      the guys a neanderthal

  10. For starting, when you pump the gas on the 356 it is filling up a small leather cup with fuel and each pump of the pedal pushes that fuel into the engine. Holding the pedal to the floor will no longer prime the engine with the ‘accelerator pump’ and will instead primarily put air into the engine to dry it back out, until enough it starts, at which time the engine makes its own vacuum to pull air and fuel in. If it’s flooded and not starting, put it to the floor to stop flooding and evaporate or burn fuel.

  11. OMG! Love it Sam! You’ve gotta get one! And keep driving the other models! I realize with the New Baby that it might be tight but if you can? Get one! Great Video keep up the GREAT WORK πŸ€™πŸ½

  12. My 1960 B has some of the best steering feel, brake feel and shifter engagement I’ve ever felt. The pedal placement is asking you to heel and toe every downshift (and you need to because of the lack of power). The way the car turns in and stops (even with the drums) is mind blowing. To quote Ferris Bueller – “if you have the means i highly recommend it”

  13. This is the best example of how it is important to go the origin of something to understand it better! Kudos Sam!

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