The Porsche 356 is an icon in the sports car world, with good examples demanding upwards of $200,000 USD in recent years. The Emory family has been modifying cars for three generations, with Rod Emory and his father focusing on Porsche 356 after founding Emory Motorsports in 1996. Some called it sacrilege to alter anything on the historically significant Porsche, even going as far as calling the father and son duo outlaws. However, the Emory family seems to have fully embraced this term of endearment, naming their modern take on the classic sports car, the Emory Porsche 356 Outlaw.
All of their creations are custom built to the exacting specifications of the customer, but none of them look modified. What makes the Emory Porsche’s stand out is their careful approach to modernizing each car, only adding subtle visual cues that upgrade the look and performance of the car, while still only going as far as what Porsche could have done when it was new. Do not let the classic shape fool you though, as the powertrain is upgraded to modern standards, giving the light-weight vehicle enough power to keep up with modern machines.
Modern Porsches like the Cayenne or 911 GT3 have their appeal, but the Emory Porsche 356 Outlaw is on a league of its own. If you feel like that empty space in your garage has been waiting for an Emory Outlaw, you can find out more by clicking here.