Until 1950, Ferdinand Porsche produced his 356s in Gmünd, Austria. By the end of 1949, Porsche ordered the Stuttgarter Karosseriewerk Reutter & Co to build 500 bodies for the 356. In the spring of 1950, production first began in Zuffenhausen, a stone’s throw from Stuttgart. The Porsche 356 Coupé was completed on Maundy Thursday in 1950. In the years that followed, some adjustments were made to the engine and the body, which would lead to the this 356 Cabriolet 1500 S in 1953, later referred to as Pre A. Major changes with respect to safety were the improved, more powerful drum brakes and the enlarged, flexible plastic rear window.
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