1962 Porsche 356B Super 90 Cabriolet, 100% solid metal, fully restored. Numbers-matching car with 75,328 actual miles, stored in a garage in Hanford, California, and not driven since 1972. Restored over the past year to factory COA specifications: Entire car was dismantled: doors, hood and decklid removed; windows taken out; engine removed. Entire undercarriage was dry-ice blasted to bare metal, and the body was likewise stripped to metal. The undercarriage was prepped and sealed with epoxy primer and black paint for 30 years rust protection. All body metal was straightened and hand dollied prior to priming; then entire car was hand-blocked prior to painting. Original color Ivory 6204 base-clear paint was applied, then wet-sanded and polished to a mirror finish prior to reassembly with all new body rubbers and seals. All gauges were refurbished at Palo Alto Speedometer. The interior was redone in red leather and German carpet. Top and headliner were redone to factory specifications. All mechanical systems on the car was gone over thoroughly (too many details to list). A stunning investment-grade example of a rare and desirable 356 model. No disappointments.