Is there anything more subtly perfect than a Silver Porsche 356? It might not possess the visual drama of a Jaguar E-Type or a Ferrari Lusso, but there's something that's just so right about a 356. There isn't a single detail that's out of place.
This particular 356, owned by one Mr. Jack Griffin (who also owns this 914-6), is a particularly special one, with some tasty modifications. It's a 1955, badged as a "Continental," thanks to Porsche importer Max Hoffman who thought US Porsches would need some sort of conventional name. Ford evidently didn't think this was such a great idea, since they sold the Lincoln Continental, so they requested Porsche to stop. Consequently, only about 1500 other 356s, all sold in 1955, wear that badge.