The first and original category is the Emory Outlaw. Its body and chassis are all steel, just the way it left the factory in Germany. We perform a concours-quality restoration to the metal while stiffening the chassis in preparation for its modified 911 suspension and proprietary Emory-Rothsport 4-cylinder engine. Its styling cues are rally- or race-inspired, but the body shape remains stock in appearance. Within this category we can “Outlaw” the Coupe, Speedster or Roadster models. Every Outlaw is outfitted with an Emory-Rothsport Outlaw-4 engine as standard equipment.
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Next comes the Emory Special, which is a one-off creation, tastefully bespoke to an owner’s wishes and with Rod Emory’s signature eye for aesthetic enhancement. An Emory Special is a car whose specific design will never be expressed the same way again; it is unique. A Special benefits from all of our standard restoration excellence, but with body modifications that will set this car apart from its Outlaw brethren. The changes are proportional, subtle and unless you are fluent in the design language of Porsche, you’d be hard pressed to identify exactly what has been done. Every Special is outfitted with an Emory-Rothsport Outlaw-4 engine as standard equipment.
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The highest echelon of the Outlaw line is the Emory RS, a very special cross-breeding of Porsche DNA from the Type 356 and 964 models. An Outlaw 356 already handles far better than its stock counterparts, but an Emory RS is built for ultimate performance in a vintage package. Imagine the essential chassis and suspension pick-up points from a ’90s Porsche 911 artfully blended into the chassis and body of a 356 which is then tastefully modified to set its aesthetic quotient a notch above. Every RS is outfitted with an Emory-Rothsport Outlaw-4 engine as standard equipment.
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Emory 911 Outlaw
Every so often, we will take on an interesting early 911 project. About one car in ten that we build is a clever take on Porsche’s longest running sports car model. We’ve been building 911s for 25 years and we include some of the 911 DNA in the 356 Outlaws that comprise the bulk of our work.
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