The 1959 1/2 Emory Outlaw Transitional Speedster brings to life elegance, speed, and power that is worthy of a James Bond film. Emory Motorsports started with a coupe before adding several exterior tweaks like an aluminum tonneau cover with racing-inspired curves, a trunk lid designed with reverse louvers, and Mobil Pegasus decals hand-painted on its front fenders. The finishing touch is its unique aquamarine metallic paint.
Located in the trunk and straddling the car’s rear axle is an Emory-Rothsport Outlaw 2.4-liter flat-four engine that delivers 205 hp. It’s fueled by Weber carburetors and paired with an aluminum-case 901 4-speed transmission. Sway bars and adjustable Koni dampers add to the safety and maneuverability of this speedster.
The speedster theme is continued inside with its stylized seats, a Derrington steering wheel, and a padded headrest that sits flush with its cage and hoop. Weighing in at just 1,850 pounds, this baby can pour on performance.