It is estimated that approximately half of the total production of 76,000 356s still survive. By 1960, the Porsche 356 had evolved into the 'B' model. This 356B Super 90 is one of 528 roadsters built with Drauz bodies in 1960. Drauz Karosseriewerke was one of Germany's larger body builders, founded in 1990. This example is one of 132 built with the 1.6 liter, Super 90 engine with 90+ horsepower. The car spent the first five years of its life in Germany and then came to the Southwestern United States.