Restomoding vintage Porsche models is a huge business these days in the United States. You have probably heard of Magnus Walker’s 911 Outlaws, and you have certainly seen the amazing Singer 911s. But there is one Porsche customizer that has been under the radar for a while, doing fine work without making a fuss about it. Meet Emory Motorsports Porsche 356 “Outlaw” duo.
The fact that these guys have gone for the 356 instead of the 911 is plenty cool enough, but it gets better. The owner Rod Emory comes from a family of SoCal car customizers, unto whom the experiences of three generations of craftsmen culminates. It’s no wonder why these Emory Motorsports Porsche 356 Outlaws are such fine products, as Jay Leno finds out:
The term Outlaw was first given to Emory products in the early 80s as they started to install race and rally inspired accessories to vintage Porsches. In the case of these 356 models the highlights include 2650cc engine, 5 speed transmission and 4 piston calipers, turning the old sports car famous for handling like a tractor into hugely enjoyable, awesome looking funsters you can drive everyday if you want to.