For Porsche lovers (but not only), this splendid 1959 Porsche 356A Outlaw Sunroof Coupe is hitting online auction block through Bring a Trailer. This beauty was produced by Emory Motorsports, famous for the most beautiful Outlaws. For the moment, the bidding is at $US 301,000 and you have until Friday at 2:00 pm to make an offer.
History of the Porsche 356
The Porsche 356 was introduced in 1948 with aluminium body powered by VW engine D (1,100 cc air cooled flat four delivering 46 hp). The model evolved, the Type B was produced from 1960 to 1963 with a new front, a rear sheet metal new headlamps and a front vent. In 1964, the Type C was introduced with a more powerful engine and disc brakes.
This Outlaw model was restored and customized in 2012 by Emory Motorsports based on a 1959 Porsche 356A 1600 Sunroof.
The Outlaw movement began in California several decades aga by orsche's passionnate like Gary Emory. His son, Rod Emory, founded Los Angeles–based Emory Motorsports to produce this stunning customizations.
I like the leather strap for the hood...
This Porsche 356A Emory Outlaw Sunroof Coupe has a 2.4-liter flat-four engine producing 205 hp mated with Type 901 five-speed manual transaxle. The engine was installed by Jeff Gamroth (Rothsport Racing), former crew chief for Porsche’s GT race team.
The Porsche 356A was stripped in order to install new floors and customize the bodywork with fuel filler in middle of the hood, fog lights, louvers... It's finished in GT Silver (the same color on the Carrera GT) with red Mobil Pegasus over saddle brown leather interior.
So beautiful... a shame that Steem is so low :-)
|Date :||18 October 2019|
|Price :||$US 301,000|
|Link :||Online Auction|
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