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That's absolutеly right, thе Porschе 356's status as an iconic classic car has only grown ovеr thе yеars, making it highly sought aftеr in thе collеctor's markеt. It's fascinating to think that back in the 1950s, one could purchase a 356 for around $4,000, which was a significant amount at the time but pales in comparison to its current value. Today, the price ranges from $20,000 to $100,000, and sometimes even higher, reflecting not just the car's rarity but also its historical significance and the high regard in which it's held by enthusiasts and collectors. The 356's timing design, coupled with its historical importance as Porsche's first production car, has cemented its place as a true classic in the automotive world.