Founded in 1996 by Rod Emory—son of Gary Emory—Emory Motorsports has long stood as one of the world’s most eminent Porsche tuners, with a world-class portfolio that boasts around 200 elaborate Outlaw 911 and 356 builds. And while Emory routinely brings novel elements to the table with its projects, for its latest build it’s returned to a prior fan favorite, building a “Hers” specimen to complete a pair of blacked-out “His and Hers” Outlaw 356s.
The project is based on a 1958 356 example, though has undergone the Southern California shop’s signature Outlaw treatment, with modified bodywork adorned in gloss black, custom tank, a bespoke rear intake, and an old-school cognac leather interior with a vintage wooden steering wheel and a custom Emory wooden shift knob, Underneath the modified midcentury bodywork is a 205hp four-banger from a more contemporary 911 donor, that’s mated to a 901 series transmission, along with modern 911 rear suspension and disc brakes all around. The differences between the “His” specimen are subtle, such as different wheels and a more traditional horizontal oval taillight setup. To learn more about Emory’s builds, you can check out the shop’s website linked below.