Welcome to the 356 Group Northwest website! This page will provide a feed of recent activity on the website, and is a popular starting point for visitors to the site. If you want to visit a particular area, click on any of the links above.
Full access to the this site (ability to create classified ads, comments, member car profiles, etc.) is included with membership in 356 Group Northwest, but you will need to sign up for an account on this site to make it work.
To register on this site, send an email to admin@356groupnw.org with your real name and a password that you would like to use. It has to be approved manually, so please allow a few hours for your new account to become active.

Porsche Garage Sale ***Paul Risinger***

Porsche Garage Sale

Large Garage Sale on March 10, 2018, of Porsche 356A-B-C, 912, and early 911 small, and ancillary parts.  Also, selling tools, garage equipment, finishing cleaners and chemicals, repair manuals, books, other Car literature, Porsche art and clothing.  Sale at 18117 NE 143rd Place, Woodinville, between 8:30AM and 3:00PM. Cash only please.  Contact Paul Risinger, (206) 849-6511 if lost, or pnr356@gmail.com for information.

Directions: Come in on Avondale (Extension of WA 520 east off I-405) at NE 143rd St.  Go left and follow road and always up until the top.  You will be on NE 143rd PLACE then.  Continue to address.

Time remaining: 41%

10/03/2018 (1 week)

Octoberfest At Millerdale

On Saturday, October 7th a small group of about twenty 356 enthusiasts gathered at Millerdale (Home of Steve and Winnie Miller).  They are located about six miles south of Oregon City, Oregon.  The lively group reacquainted with one another and shared maintenance and restoration tips learned over the many years of 356 ownership.  Several members from 356 Group NW arrived in 356s including club president Mike Thornton with Rick Carns traveling from Long Beach, WA and Longview, WA respectively.

Jan and Steve's sunroof coupe

We've had the car since 1983 with short bursts of work over the next several years. In 1999 it went for it's first drive since the time of purchase. Throughout the process I met and learned from several long term 356 owners. It's an easy group to spend time with. The original info sources have become good "old" friends and many newer aquaintences have become friends as well and have joined our network. The car has been the center of countless social events for our whole family. Memories my wife, Jan, and I will have forever.

Kevin Davis's picture

Kevin's Cab

My wife and I acquired our first 356 in December 2016 after a full 2 year restoration performed in California completed in November 2016. Originally from the east coast, where 64SC spent most of it's life and believed to be a 1 or 2 owner car, repainted black with black interior. We're still looking into its complete history and hope to learn more. The restoration included a complete engine rebuilt to stock specifications, transmission, suspension, 4 wheel disk brakes, all electrical and retained the original door panels, wheels, all numbers matching, 6 volt system SC cabriolet.

Jake Greger's picture


Formerly cared for by Mike Grabowski and Rick Danielson. Now my wife and I will continue maintaining and enjoying this special 356 Outlaw. 

Sweet Super 90

I've owned this car since 2002. I bought it from the 4th owner in Seattle and at the time moved it to our home in Vancouver, Wa. We've been in Gig Harbor now almost 10 years. I'd love to know more about the cars history. S/N 120010, engine S/N 805391 . The prior owner was a Mr. Jim Compton who at the time worked in the Seattle City government, who I've now learned sadly passed in 2014. The owner prior to that was a Mr. Bruce Bartee who apparently owned this car in So. Cal. then moved it up to the Bellingham area. Restored in the 80's?

Brad Green's picture

1962 Notchback is not a Coupe

TheRhys's picture


Our first 356.  1964 356 named Homer.  This car lived in Cali for the start of its life, then went to Homer Alaska, and finally lived outside Hood River Oregon until moving to our garage in Gig Harbor.  Working on fixing the car up now, look for us soon! 

Original Family Owner

My father got the bug for a sports car around the time he was 38 years old.   He was thinking about a Corvette or a Porsche.   He stayed in the Air Force reserves and rode home in a Volkswagen from a base in Texas to southern California in the blazing heat of summer, and the VW never skipped a beat.  That was it, he decided to get a Porsche.  He had my aunt who at the time was working for the U.S. Government in Saudi Arabia order the car through a dealer there.  She was able to get a good price on it.

Real and Replica



Subscribe to Front page feed