Porsche 356 Tool Kits
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Important disclaimer: I am not an expert on 356 tools! I have collected information from multiple sources, including my own observations, and try to present it on this site in a coherent manner. There will always be variations and differences from what is presented here. This site should be considered a work in progress, and not a definitive statement on what is correct for 356 tool kits. Use this site at your own risk, and please tell me if you find errors or can contribute to the site.

Complete tool kits

Charlie White has scanned pictures of factory tool kits from 356 Driver's Manuals, and provided overviews of the changes through the years, including Carrera tool kits. Click here to visit his site.

Click on any of the images below to see more pictures and details about these kits:

Porsche 356
Pre-A (1948-55)
1952 "America" Roadster
Pre-A, probably 1954
Porsche 356A Early A (1956 only)
Early A Carrera (1956 only)
Late A (1957-59)
Porsche 356B T5 B (1960-61)
Early B kit, open.jpg (19697 bytes)
T6 B (1962 only)
1962kit.JPG (201966 bytes)
T6B (1963)
Porsche 356C/SC
C kit, open.jpg (15220 bytes)    

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